Though the world tells us to seek fame, accomplishments and success...though those around us label us as father, mother, husband, wife...though we ourselves count our identity as empty, depressed, or angry...these labels are not all there is to say. You are not, in fact, who you think you are. So says Groeschel in this, his latest book. You are not who you think you are; rather you are who God says you are and, until you can lay your own understanding of who you are on the altar, you won't become that person.
This book was quite well-written and relatively engaging. For me, the most memorable part of the book was about boldness in prayer: whilst I didn't find that the book said anything new, I did find that it teaches truth in a simple, clear and arresting way and therefore I would be tempted to recommend it to newer Christians.
I received a free copy of this book from Booksneeze in return for a fair review.