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Reviewed by Lori Moore for Readers' Favorite
I Don’t Like My Life: But I Love It by Mike McClure, Jr. is a nicely written book for believers to better accept – no, make that to better love - the life that they have in Christ Jesus. It will appeal to long-time Christians, new believers, and even those seeking God or wanting a closer relationship with Him. McClure uses his experience as a pastor and a human being to walk readers through their self-worth, self-awareness, self-examination, and more in order for them to love their lives. There is a lot of motivation packed into the 100-or-so pages that will empower the reader to transform his or her life into one of greater acceptance, joy, and happiness.
What I particularly enjoyed about I Don’t Like My Life: But I Love It was the simplicity of the concept, the power of the message, and the in-your-face writing style of author Mike McClure, Jr. I can think of several people to whom I’d like to gift this book as I believe it would help them find the joy that is missing from their lives. The cover speaks volumes about those who see life as half empty and whose who see life as half full. I Don't Like My Life: But I Love It by Mike McClure, Jr. is definitely a book that will make the half-empty people become half-full people. This book is a large gift in a small package and should be on everyone’s “how to” or "do it yourself" reading bookshelf.