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The Me I Want to Be: Becoming God’s Best Version of You provides a fine personal account of spiritual thought, surveying God’s deas for personal growth and offering a survey of natural gifts and how God seeks r redemption and personal strengths alike. Any spiritual reader will find this packed with details on how to be an individual and spiritually enlighten, making The Me I Want To be a find addition to any spirituality collection. (The Midwest Book Review)
God's vision is for each person to grow spiritually toward a life where the Spirit flows through them like a river. The Me I Want to Be guides readers through the great task and joy of becoming God's best version of ourselves.
Bestselling author John Ortberg uses Scripture to confirm God's vision for his creation and reassure readers that this is God's project, not our own. Simply follow His lead and stay on taskânot always easy for real people living in the real world. But this straightforward guide provides the inspiration and the tools people need for sidestepping the barriers they encounter. It also gives clear, practical instructions for building the skills and practices necessary for sustained spiritual growth.
The Me I Want to Be resonates with Christians who are young or old, new or seasoned. It's the ideal guide for anyone who longs to be spiritually mature, fully alive, and more closely aligned with God's perfect vision. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
John Ortberg has a unique take on God's tools to refine and polish you into the diamond you were meant to be! Useful, helpful, sometimes funny.Published 16 days ago by Linda L. Rogers
I'm having a difficult time finding my way around the book during discussion periods.Published 20 days ago by Dirty Sherry
I was intrigued by the title of this book. I wasn't exactly sure I could become "God's best version of myself," but I wanted to be more than what I was. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Frank Steele
Ortberg says, “The most important task of your life is not what you do, but who you become. Ironically, becoming this person will never happen if my primary focus is on me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thomas Law
John's style is very pragmatic, yet engagingly warm and humorous as he unfolds some very deep, meaningful, and life-changing topics.Published 2 months ago by Scott Kantner
Great read that reveals a lot about ones self and the relationship that God desires to have with you that will change your life.Published 2 months ago by Jerome Harper