Steven K. Scott is the best-selling author of The Greatest Words Ever Spoken, The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived, and The Richest Man Who Ever Lived. An entrepreneur whose start-up companies have achieved billions of dollars in sales, Scott learned the laws of success by studying the book of Proverbs. He is the co-founder of Total Gym, The American Telecast Corporation, and Max International. Scott is also active in the leadership of His Followers, International, a non-profit ministry. In his speaking and teaching ministry, Scott emphasizes the unique role and miraculous power of Jesus’ words in the lives of those who follow Him. Visit his website at StevenKScott.com.
I would have shortened the book and kept it to the point. again I do like the book but i do think it is too long.
I ordered this for my dad and a friend for Christmas. we already have the book ourselves so I am sure they will enjoy it.
Sounds pretty easy one would think - that is until you read his incredibly well written, biblically referenced book.
Just getting into itbut the book was delivered quick and as described.Published 6 months ago by T. Mason
This book after reading it will clearly having you examining yourself if you happen to have a casual relationship with our creator. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kenneth Baker
The author does a great job breaking down the steps/missions that you need to focus on in your own life. Very powerful book! Read morePublished 9 months ago by Chris
Great book ull find the peace you desire instead of what all your churchy ppl want you to do ,,,,Published 10 months ago by Linda stubblefield
An eye opener for every Christian. Based correctly in the Words of the Bible.
Good job. A must read at least once.
This book was a perfect choice for starting my year off right. It helped me to see Jesus for who He really is and better grasp what He did/does for me. Wow, how He loves me. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Denodra Harris
If you are wondering why you are here and what you are supposed to be doing this book could be a good read for insight. Well written and detailed.Published 12 months ago by Roger Paul