About the Book
Book: Stepping Stones
Author: Dr. Joelle Suel
Genre: Christian Personal Growth
Release date: November 30, 2018
Do you deeply desire to answer the call of God on your life? Are you seeking divine wisdom for the steps and stops to take in your pursuit? Are you willing to count the cost and do whatever it takes? Join author Dr. Joelle Suel in Stepping Stones: 7 Steps to Achieving Your Divine Destiny as she equips all believers to fulfill God’s purpose for their lives while sharing some of her inspirational journey.
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God loves us and counts us precious in His sight. We are full-time ministers wherever we are, and through whatever we do. Where our feet stand is where our pulpit stands. We shine the light of our Lord, Jesus Christ, and glorify Him, often without realizing it. God desires to use all of us in and through our daily activities.
My prayer is that this book will encourage and empower you to answer His call, from faith to faith. I trust the Spirit of God will strengthen you to continue what you are currently doing and lead you into additional steps in your divine purpose.
Below, please find a few quotes from the book to bless you today.
He who calls you is faithful, who also will do it.–1Thessalonians 5:24 NKJV
Abundant blessings upon you and your family,
- What we do portrays a greater message than what we say.
- We cannot seek God’s approval and man’s approval at the same time.
- The trust in ourselves decreases as our trust in God increases.
- When Christ becomes our motive for ministry, doors open for Him, not for us.
- Never stop starting.
- We cannot expect from others what only God can give.
- Humility is the gateway to knowing Him.
- What is on the inside comes out under pressure.
- We do not complete with others, but we complete one another.
- If I criticize who I am, I criticize God Himself.
- What we dwell on, we eventually dwell in.
- We cannot respect what we don’t value.
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To celebrate her tour, Joelle is giving away the grand prize package of a $50 Amazon gift card and a copy of the book!
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Dr Joelle Suel’s Stepping Stones: 7 Steps to Activating Your Divine Destiny is a great book to read. It is broken into seven chapters: Death, Discipleship, Dedication, Destination, Diverse Trials, Determination, and Divine Endowment. I thought it was thought provoking and inspiration. I liked that every stepping stone was supported by scripture all throughout the book. It is not a long book to read and can be easily added to anyone’s busy schedule and get the encouragement and motivation they many crave in their lives.
I am giving Stepping Stones: 7 Steps to Activating Your Divine Destiny five stars. I recommend it for readers who are who are looking for books on Christian growth.
I received a paperback copy of Stepping Stones: 7 Steps to Activating Your Divine Destiny from the publisher, but was not required to write a positive review. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.
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Stepping Stones sounds like a book that will inspire me in my faith walk.ReplyDelete