64 Lessons for a Life Without Limits

Lessons for a Life Without Limits New York Times bestselling books Reposition Yourself and Making Great Decisions are the basis for the best bits of advice from T D Jakes one of America s most beloved and influential spiritual lea

  • Title: 64 Lessons for a Life Without Limits
  • Author: T.D. Jakes
  • ISBN: 9781451625240
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Hardcover
  • New York Times bestselling books Reposition Yourself and Making Great Decisions are the basis for the 64 best bits of advice from T.D Jakes, one of America s most beloved and influential spiritual leaders So you ve made adjustments and the important choices toward a better life, and now it s time to stand firm This treasure of a book is divided into 8 sections each oneNew York Times bestselling books Reposition Yourself and Making Great Decisions are the basis for the 64 best bits of advice from T.D Jakes, one of America s most beloved and influential spiritual leaders So you ve made adjustments and the important choices toward a better life, and now it s time to stand firm This treasure of a book is divided into 8 sections each one includes 8 bits of advice, which add up to 64 Lessons for a Life Without Limits, the perfect inspiration tool for keeping you grounded with confidence and maximizing your potential.

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    1. What a wonderful book! I read it in one day, just couldn't pull myself away from it. It felt as though Bishop Jakes was speaking right to me. The chapters are really short which makes it a great book to open and take a daily message from. This is the type of book that I will give to my friends and will carry with me to open and reflect on day to day.

    2. I feel that this book was really helpful with creating a balanced life I also feel that a lot of the information should have been common sense to a person with values however I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for balance in life

    3. Finished this book a year ago and forgot to rate it before giving it to a friend. It has some good stuff in it that I highlighted in a personal journal.

    4. I read this in on sitting in the Roanoke library. Some good advice, but an awful lot of "God is in charge" advice. Hmmmm. Really?

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