The Gospel of Yes by Mike Glenn

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This is a wonderful book which will teach you to live God’s way of living your life.
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God would like a word with you

What you believe about God affects the way you approach life—often in ways you don’t realize. Are you convinced that God limits you, or liberates you? Is he more interested in correcting you or connecting with you? And when you hit a rough spot and start looking for help, do you believe God is against you or on your side?
In The Gospel of Yes, Mike Glenn reveals God’s most powerful word, which opens our eyes to everything he does. That word is YES. God said “yes” to creating a world for us to live in and “yes” to inviting us into a relationship with him. No matter what we face in life, the best way to live is captured in one word: yes.
When you live in God’s “yes” you find your identity, your true value, and your unique purpose on earth. You can stop trying to be someone else and enjoy being yourself as you join with God in doing the work of his kingdom. When God looks at you he always says “yes.” It’s time to live like you know it.
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Mike Glenn is senior pastor of Brentwood Baptist Church in Brentwood, Tennessee. He is a gifted communicator who understands the big ideas of theology, but can break them down for people to use in the places where they live. He helps them find identity and meaning in God's "yes," and blogs at Mike is a graduate of Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He and his wife, Jeannie, have two married sons.
Published June 5, 2012 by WaterBrook. 240 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction
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Chocolate and Books

Reviewed by Cindy on Jul 19 2012

I like the basic message of this book which is a call to focus on what God says "yes" to instead of the "no's".

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Reviewed by Tom Farr on May 22 2012

...does a great job of dismantling our misconceptions about God’s character and repaints a biblical picture of a God who is passionate about his glory and our good.

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Reviewed by Paul Mastin on Apr 08 2012 positive and encouraging, but not in the feel-good, prosperity gospel sense. Glenn wants the reader to see God as the God of love who pursues his children and desires to help them in the kingdom.

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Reviewed by Dane Swanson on Oct 26 2012

In this book Glenn presents the reader with a God who is always reaching out trying to restore a relationship with his people.

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Reviewed by Jackie Paulson on Oct 06 2012

This is a wonderful book which will teach you to live God’s way of living your life.

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Reviewed by Hammock Librarian on Jul 11 2012

I found things I didn't agree with, things I wasn't sure about, and things that caused a light to click on.

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Reviewed by Benjamin Allen Potter on May 29 2012

What Glenn does that sets his book apart from others who challenge the church to be Christ-like is to put a handle on what it takes to simplify, and do it radically.

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Reviewed by Just Bibliophiles on Apr 01 2012

I found a familiar pattern; many of the passages reference a certain person, time and point not a common message to all. In most examples, it does not apply but is taken as a fragmented part of scripture to fit a certain key topic...

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