The first time I read this book, I pushed through without bringing myself to some of those hard decisions, things which would change the way I did things, should I do them. In a sense I had to push onward: there wasn’t any time to stop and tell myself that I was unwilling to do something important for my relationship with God. This time I am not stopping and that makes it all the more beautiful. The book is supposed to be read for forty days, one chapter each day. And I tried doing that so many times before. I tried reading it as my devotion but so many times, I never get to finish. So this time I read it in just two days, actually just five hours. The book isn’t that long anyway, especially that its font is kinda bigger than usual. Not the Kobe Bryant Logo fonts. I would’ve read it in two hours. So the all scripture thing is not really the problem, besides it is a Christian Inspirational/educational/instructional book, of course, there will be scriptures. Lots of it. But the delivery of those scriptures isn’t actually that overwhelming. I think it would’ve been better if the scriptures were delivered in a more appreciative, pleasurable way. Like if a non-christian will read it, he will be glad that he picked this book because he will be overwhelmed by love.
Kobe Bryant Logo, hoodie, tank top, ladies tee and sweater.
But the book and the instructions there just seemed so commanding. Christianity isn’t like that. God isn’t manipulative. He is a loving Kobe Bryant Logo. In this book, I felt like God was so killjoy and he just wants us to do the things that He wants and that will please Him. What if we follow our will, there will be doom and gloom.