Like it or not, we live in a highly-charged digital age. It seems there’s an app for practically everything necessary to manage our day-to-day activities.
From grocery shopping to banking, there’s an app ready to move you from long lines to modern day convenience. Nowadays, it takes only a swipe and a click to shop for clothes, a car or even apply for a home mortgage! Handling personal affairs with ease is now the rule and no longer the exception.
While I’m jazzed about technology, I also love curling up with a warm beverage and a good book. I have a long list of favorites. Here’s a list of four good reads that I recommend adding to your personal library:
In Pursuit of Purpose by Dr. Myles Munroe. I’ve read several books by the late Dr. Munroe and this one is an all-time favorite. It’s a practical and easy read. It’s a great reminder that thee’s no need for you to try to be like someone else. Embrace your own unique talents and run your own race.
Commanding Your Morning: Unleash the Power of God In Your Life by Dr. Cindy Trimm. We know that the words we speak have power. In this book, Dr. Trimm helps you achieve victory over your circumstances through spoken declarations that activate God’s power.
Battlefield of the Mind: Winning the Battle in Your Mind by Joyce Meyer. This is Meyer’s all-time best-selling book, and for good reason. It is timeless material that has remained relevant since it was first published in 1994. In this classic read, Meyer teaches how to deal with thousands of thoughts that people think every day and how to focus the mind the way God thinks.
Victory Over the Darkness: Realizing the Power of Your Identity in Christ by Neil T. Anderson. If you’ve ever struggled to believe that you are a new creation in Christ, this is the book for you. Straight-forward and humorous at times, Anderson helps readers overcome Satan’s attempt to convince us that we are less than what Christ empowers us to be.
Do you have a list of favorites too? I’d love to hear about them. Please leave a comment in the Reply section.