What If God Wrote Your Bucket List?

What If God Wrote Your Bucket List?: 52 Things You Don’t Want to Miss
By Jay Payleitner / Harvest House Publishers

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What If God Wrote Your Bucket List? is a collection of 52 items which a reader could place on a to-do list, as to perform before they die. These items are not the common items one might find, but they are ones that deal with oneself, others, and their relationship with God. Many items are ones a person may not think of and others are ones a person would expect on this type of list. This list is designed to improve your quality of life and your relationship with God.

I found What If God Wrote Your Bucket List? to be a little difficult to absorb, regarding the flow of each chapter and its association to being an item on a bucket list and the item’s details. Since it was not so easy for me to absorb the material, due to the style of writing flow, some points were harder for me to grasp (if I could grasp them at all along with their association to the list).

However, there were a lot of great list items presented. Such as items about false prophets, grudges, and giving back to God… Some of them even intrigued me enough to want to try them out in my own life.

Scripture verses were used within the text to support the points and life examples, which were used within the text to broaden the understanding of the list item. The chapters were short reads, consisting of 2-4 pages.

For someone who finds the flow of the content easy to grasp and absorb, this would be a good read. For me it was not that simple.


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