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The Root Of Rejection~Joyce Meyer (Book Review)

The Root of Rejection is one of Joyce Meyer’s shorter reads, yet it jammed packed full of spiritual wisdom. Joyce is very precise and to the point with this read-only being 108 pages long. While it is a short read, it took me a rather long time to read. Throughout this book, you will find yourself looking back at the past and connecting the dots of why things are the way they are. This book can be used as a tool to start your journey towards healing and ultimate freedom.

One thing I admire about Joyce is here level of transparency in her books. She is unashamed of her testimony and her faults which help you be authentic about where you are in your walk. The Root of Rejection will help those who take rejection to heart and do not know why. We all deal with rejection in some shape or form. However, some of us like Joyce and myself because of abuse harbored the hurt and rejection personally. Which later began to spew out in our everyday relationships.

Throughout The Root of Rejection, supplemented with prayer and bible study with the Father, I have been brought to a new place of freedom. If I am rejected, Holy Spirit sends me gentle reminders of what I have learned from this book and the scripture Joyce provided to apply to your life.

I ultimately give this book a 4 out of 5. I normally love Joyce’s books! The Root of Rejection was very knowledgeable and full of wisdom. However, it is a very dry and slow read. I DO recommend this book to anyone who takes rejection personally.

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Reviews Coming Soon

I know I have me MIA for about a week now. But, there is a big reason why. God is giving me more to write about and my nose has been in so many books!

There is a completely NEW section called “Book Reviews” for some of my favorite reads that I have been blessed to be able to review from publishers. While there are other books that I read in my spare time. I read a wide variety of genre’s. Mostly Christian Living and Self-Help books but I also love an occasional Women’s Fiction.

I once read a quote that said in order to be a great writer, you must both read and write! We will see how true this is coming up in these next couple weeks!

New Book Reviews To Look For Soon:

Everybody Always (Bob Goff)

The Root of Rejection (Joyce Meyer)

Overcoming Fear: The Supernatural Strategy to Live In Freedom (Dawna de Silva)

Pressure Points:A Guide to Navigating Student Stress (Shelby Abbott)

The Naked Marriage (Dave & Ashley Willis)

Previous Book Reviews:

Poverty, Riches, & Wealth~

Bible Promises For The Anxious Heart~For The Anxious Heart~

True You~