LET GO OF WHAT HOLDS YOU BACK AND FULFIL GOD’S PURPOSE FOR YOUR LIFE
Far too many of us are not living up to our full potential, limited by habits and hang-ups from which we just can't seem to break free—unforgiveness, addictive behaviour, unhealthy financial patterns and other limitations of all shapes and sizes. Breaking free from any of them starts the same way: by walking in the truth.
Jesus died on the cross to set us free and enable us to experience life to the full; anything less than that is not God’s best. John Siebeling helps you reconcile what you read in God’s Word with what you experience in everyday life. Each chapter highlights a specific hang-up or habit that holds you back. He unpacks, explains God’s point of view about it, and points to a way forward in freedom. Practical advice and suggestions for next steps help you implement changes that give you the traction to move forward.
"If you feel stuck emotionally, spiritually, or relationally, this book is for you."
– Craig Groeschel, pastor of Life.Church and author
of #Struggles--Following Jesus in a Selfie-Centered World
"John Siebeling positions you with life-giving teachings to lay hold of God's best for your life."
– John Bevere, author/minister, Messenger International
"If you are someone who wants to be closer to God but feel like you are being held back by struggles in your life, this book is perfect for you."
– Matthew Barnett, cofounder of The Dream Center
Amazon Reviewers’ Comments: (if there is place)
“This book is a real eye opener, no matter what you are going through you can relate and put into motion in your own personal life. It gives you courage and hope for brighter days and future of peace within yourself. A must read!”
“Wow! This book took me to a level of freedom that I only dreamed of. The chapters flow perfectly and I am so grateful and excited about the things God has in store for me. It is life changing and I have bought copies to share with others.”
“This is an amazing book! 100%! Very practical and easy to apply to different areas of your life.”