Posted by: hugapoohlouise | April 14, 2017

Divine Direction 7 Decisions/That Will Change Your Life by Craig Groeschel


I received this book to review.  I received no compensation for writing this review nor was I required to write a favorable review.  All opinions are my own based on reading the book.  Enjoy!

This is only the second Craig Groeschel book I’ve read.  I have to say I find it very hard to read his books.  I find it hard to comprehend what he is trying to say.  He jumps around  from place to place and never fully answers the questions or thought he is presenting.  If you can get through this problem with his books you can glean helpful items, but only if you are willing to commit to searching them out and forming them into complete thoughts.  When I read his first book, I thought it could of been the subject matter that made it so hard to understand, but after reading the second book, I can honestly say it is his writing style.

I do not like to read a book that does not fully inform.   I do not like reading subject matter that tickles the ears rather than fills the heart with a desire to go deeper.  These are just my honest opinions.  If you read the book and are able to glean more than I did, then the authors mission was accomplished.

Divine Direction is not a book that will physically rescue you, if you are willing to do your research it will serve as a guide to help you through situations you are facing.  The main objective of the book is the seven steps that will take you through to the end of your life, so you can look back with a fondness that you’ve done all you could.  No regrets.

I was able to glean from the book that it basically boils down to your decisions lead you and you want to make sure that you make wise decisions.  I agree with the premise, but I think as I’ve stated above the author could of done of a better job of presenting the material in an understandable manner.

If you are a new Christian, I would not recommend this book to you.  Due to the way the message is presenting I feel it would confuse you.  But, if you’ve been a Christian for awhile and have a well rounded grasp of the Word of God than I would recommend the book.

Until Next Time,


Disclosure of Material Connection: I have not received any compensation for writing this post. I have no material connection to the brands, products, or services that I have mentioned. I received one book series Horses and Friends from Litfuse Publicity Group and David C Cook to use in exchange for my honest product review. There are No affiliate links (money-making ideas) included in this post. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255:“Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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