“If the size of your vision for your life isn’t intimidating to you, there’s a good chance it’s insulting to God,” writes Steven Furtick. When I read this, I was deeply convicted, and stirred. This, and the rest of Furtick’s book, Sun Stand Still, caused me to look at my life and what I am believing God for, and enlarge my vision.
While very simple and straightforward, Sun Stand Still will ignite something in your spirit. Furtick is not out to write a huge book on doctrine. He has set out to tell stories -- of encouragement, of miracles, of destiny -- to stoke something in your heart and mind.
Are you dreaming big for your life? Are you really believing God for the impossible -- in your family, your friends, your job? I’m talking the really impossible stuff. The stuff you couldn’t do on your own, the stuff maybe you gave up on a couple years ago. The stuff you just find it hard to hope for anymore. This book will dare you to start believing God again for those seeming impossibilities.
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review. (As part of their Blogging for Books program).