My favorite reads are those that motivate, encourage, and make me more aware of what is happening in this crazy world. Not self help so much as books that say ‘I’ve been where you’ve been and this is how ‘we’ dealt with it. We? Never alone, always with God and the great people He placed in our lives for the purpose of coming alongside.
Sophie Hudson’s (Stand All The Way Up) writing style is straight forward, say it like it is, and downright funny.
Here are a few concepts that are covered in this book.
Quit faking it! You are who you are, what you are, and God loves you just that way.
Whenever it’s OK with God then it’s OK with me.
Being prepared in all situations (Yes, life WILL throw curveballs.) is a nod of respect to yourself and those around you.
I don’t have to keep everyone happy in every situation. I can choose to react my way simply because I want to.
When God clearly tells you what He wants, do it! Stand firm on your decision to obey!
God can, will, and does, make a way in every circumstance.
Personal is ALL about personal comfort. Once again, quit trying to be someone or something other than yourself.
Strong relationships and fellowship in the local church matter. Pursue them. If the groups of the church are so tight they don’t have room for you then create your own or find another church.
When my life is all about what I can do for you, IT MATTERS!
Pretending is lying. Be who you really are, not what you think you should be.
I truly hope this motivates you to read Stand All The Way Up by Sophie Hudson. It’s worth your time and will definitely cause you to think in some new ways.
Blessings to you and yours!
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