You're All That!

Understand God's Design for Your Life

Christian - Biblical Counseling
272 Pages
Reviewed on 10/25/2009
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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite

Paula White is the pastor of the Without Walls International Church in Tampa. She host an international television program and organizes international humanitarian efforts. MS White's message is one of hope and encouragement. Christ created each of us to be unique, marvelous, and wonderful creatures. Unfortunately, others put labels on us and we tend to allow those labels to identify us. Labels leave us frustrated and angry. Christ has a purpose for our lives; we must seek to know our spiritual side to search for that purpose. We cannot feel fulfilled until we bring into focus who Christ wants us to be.

We are what we perceive ourselves to be. If we see ourselves as a loser, we will most likely attract losers. We need good self-esteem; we need to see ourselves as valuable no matter what. We need to see ourselves as Christ sees us. By spending time alone with Christ in prayer, scripture reading, and listening to Him, we will discover the depths of His love and the plan He has for our lives.

You're All That by Paula White is a beautiful message on how we should see ourselves. MS White's words lift spirits and self-esteem and more importantly bring us closer to the Lord. You're All That is read by MS White, the longer you listen the more emotion and spirit you hear in her voice. Too many people do not see their self worth; lack of self worth leads to bad decisions. You're All That helps the listener to understand why they attract the wrong type of people and why they make bad decisions. Bad decisions can become a never-ending cycle if not broken. It is only through the love of God and seeking to be the person He intends you to be that we can grow, learn, and end the cycle.

I have trouble saying no to people. That trait gets me in trouble a lot. MS White confirms what I know. I need to do what God calls me to do not what others want me to do. This comes down to my learning to set priorities. I highly recommend You're All That for all people.