But God Can by Becky Kiser – Book Review

But God Can by Becky Kiser book review

But God Can – How To Stop Striving And Live Purposely And Abundantly

Have you ever felt stuck in life because something that happened in the past continues to haunt you?

Can you recall a time you needed emotional support and practical assistance but were unable to get either because you were taught to never show weakness to others?

Have you ever felt the pain and embarrassment of embracing as truth something that later turned out to be a lie?

Most of us have faced one or more of these situations in our lives. We’ve learned that at times, it can be hard to leave the past behind us and pursue the abundant life that Jesus promised us.

We try to forget – we hide our pain behind feigned smiles – but sometimes, we reach a point where life becomes more than we can handle.

That’s where God comes in.

In Becky Kiser’s new book But God Can: How To Stop Striving And Live Purposefully And Abundantly, Becky provides us with a 3-part process for moving past the things that hold us back in life so that we can pursue the amazing lives God placed us here to lead.

Part 1 of her book, Forget The Former Things, helps us identify the things that hold us back. It also helps us identify where we need to embrace new, biblical ways of thinking.

Part 2, Let God Do A New Thing, addresses the difference between going through life operating in our own strength and the miraculous ways God can intervene and transform our lives.

Part 3, Finding Your Way In The Wilderness, helps us cultivate new habits and embrace new ways of thinking that lead to healing and wholeness in our lives.

Each chapter is filled with relatable stories, biblical teaching, thematic prayers, journaling questions to process and a hearers and doers challenge that helps us live what we’re learning.

If you’re looking for a book that can help you learn more about yourself and experience more of God’s loving care in your life, be sure to get your copy of But God Can today!


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Disclosure: I received a copy of this book as a member of the Frontgate Blogger’s Network. The opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.

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