Monday, May 9, 2016

None Like Him

None Like Him
Written By: Jen Wilkin


God is self-existent, self-sufficient, eternal, immutable, omnipresent, omniscient, omnipotent, sovereign, infinite, and incomprehensible.
We're not.
And that's a good thing.
Our limitations are by design. We were never meant to be God. But at the root of every sin is our rebellious desire to possess attributes that belong to God alone.
Calling us to embrace our limits as a means of glorifying God's limitless power, Jen Wilkin invites us to celebrate the freedom that comes when we rest in letting God be God

My Thoughts

I enjoyed reading this book.  I felt that the author did a good job of drawing us into the story and the points that she was trying to make.  I feel that she was relating to us and the thoughts that have all crossed our mind at one time or another. Some of the perspectives seemed weird at first, but I think that is what made it captivating, I wanted to keep reading to see where she took it.  I love the layout of the book and the book.  The chapters were not too long.  I enjoyed the specific verses for meditation and questions for reflection at the end of each chapter.  This would be a great book to read individually like I did and allow for some deeper thinking and reflecting and prayers, however, I think it would be great in a ladies group.  I will recommend it to my women's bible study group as summer reading.  It is nice to have a book that allows for deeper study, without being a full fledged bible study with a lot of homework.  I strongly feel that it is about quality not quantity and this book certainly proves that point well!

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