Book Reviews

Sick of Me—book review

You guys. This book. It’s good. I really didn’t know what to expect from it. I was intrigued by the resume of the author and decided to read it, but I would definitely recommend it.

This book has Biblically based examples of how to allow God to transform your life so that you don’t just “appear holy” but are actually allowing God to make you more holy.

In it she discusses the difference between self-help and sanctification. In a culture that is very much focused on self-help, this is an important distinction. Self-help depends on me whereas sanctification depends on God is just one of the differences.

In this book she talks about how to go about being more than transparent, but transformed.

This book is challenging in its thinking but gives a approachable slant to some deep theology. Digging into the scripture and putting key verses back into context, the author leads us through the path toward sanctification. She also stresses the importance of community and holding each other accountable. I definitely recommend this book.

“Whitney Capps is a national speaker for Proverbs 31 Ministries and a Writer for the Bible app, First 5. Whitney’s delight is to dig into God’s word for profound yet practical truth. She comes alive by sharing those truths with any gal who will give her even a few minutes.”

Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from B&H Publishers. I was not required to write a favorable review. Thoughts and opinions expressed are mine alone.

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