Published by: Chosen
I was excited to read Letting Go of Your Limitations because I thought it would help me to find more freedom in God… I was a bit disappointed, though.
Who the book is for:
Christians. Those who need to learn to let go of their pride, their efforts to please God, etc..
What I liked:
This book includes a lot of scripture passages, rather than just references. I found this nice because I usually don’t look up the passages when a book simply tells you where to read in the Bible, but this way I read them as part of the book.
The last chapter was really good. I liked how the author shared about our freedom in God, our sure salvation. We don’t have to do good works or live a good enough life to be saved.
What I didn’t like:
This book seems to jump around, and there isn’t too solid of a message proclaimed in it.
The chapters are long and hard to get through.
I didn’t gain anything from the book until I reached that final chapter.
Overall, this was a fairly boring read, and I’m not a big fan.
I give Letting Go of Your Limitations 3 out of 5 stars.
I received this book free to review from Chosen. The opinions expressed in this review are my true thoughts and feeling regarding this book. I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.