This book takes you on a path. An ever growing, inspired, spark filled path. It encourages to change things by moving from asking hard questions to making hard choices. I never thought about it being in God's will to live an inspiring life. But that is what the author says God wants for us in our lives.
We can even thank God for the things we cannot change or don't like about ourselves. Jason Jaggard states for in these inadequacies there is a unique way to love others that not many can duplicate. That is a great way to appreciate our faults. Though our faults come naturally they don't always honor God. In these areas we need to devote an unnatural amount of energy to developing ourselves far beyond what we are good at.
According to the author there are four things a risk must be.
1. Immediate- something you will do in the next six days.
2. Controllable- something that is within your power to do.
3. Challenging- something that stretches your comfort zone.
4. Positive- something that makes your life or the world better.
After reading his book I want to have the spark mentioned. The author explains it in a way that is attainable and Biblical. I recommend this book to those that need a recharge or spark in their spiritual life.
"I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review."