With eye-opening insights and soul-inspiring truths, One Month to Live will challenge you to embrace the life God has entrusted to you and you alone, and to live it out moment by moment with wholehearted authenticity, honesty, and integrity.
Each chapter overflows with inspiring quotations, colorful true stories, and questions for reflection. The four sections, which can be listened to over four weeks, will help you examine the core areas inside you that long to be exercised and expressed: how you're made to live passionately, love boldly, learn from your mistakes, and leave a legacy that endures for generations after you're gone. Complete with uplifting action points, each of the 30 chapters - one per day in a life-changing month - offers you fresh strategies for overcoming habits that mire you in mediocrity.
Open yourself to the challenge of embracing your mortality and being empowered to live each day engaged in being fully alive.
Spend the days on this earth with fullness. Make sure to live your life everyday with meaning as if you only have one month to live. Great book!
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. My friend and I listened to the audio together. I liked how the chapters are short and have the questions at the end. It's definitely worth reading and applying.
This book makes a statement such as, "Live life to the fullest". The book relates that to a clich?, bible verse, and the writer’s personal anecdote. The writer then asks the reader to think about their life and categorize, quantify or asses a value to specifics about their life. Often the reader is asked to keep track of occurrences and document specifics about the related material. So if you are a Christian and would like to engage in some homework then this is the book for you. If you are not a follower of the Christian God then this book is not for you because it relies on the Christian Bible.
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What would have made One Month to Live better?
Leaving out the references to the cosmic Jewish zombie who was his own father and actually including concrete real ways to achieve a better life.
What was most disappointing about Chris Shook and Kerry Shook ’s story?
Constant references to Jesus. If you don't believe, don't get this book.
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