#IfBook Review

My thoughts: I absolutely positively cannot put this book down, I read a chapter and then go back to read it again. This book is full of life changing words and sayings. I love Mark Batterson's writing style. I have watched several of his teaching seminars and he writes just like he talks, most people do not do that. And he talks just like an all around cool guy you want to hang out with. "Katy bar the door", "smoke screen of doubt", "tipping point" everyday phrases with spiritual applications. I am happy I have two copies of this book, that means I don't have to share, my highlighted, marked up, book. This book is vying very hard for my favorite Mark Batterson book, edging out the 40 Day Circle Maker Devotional. Get your copy today!! Don't wait, you are missing valuable reading time in this great, life changing book. 5 stars from this reviewer. This book was provided by the publisher for review purposes only, no payment was received for this review. I also purchased a copy of this book, so I wouldn't have to share my review copy. YES it is that good!

About the Book:if

That tiny two-letter word is the hinge on the door of possibilities. Some of us are stuck in if only, living lives marked by regret. But God can turn your if only regrets into a what if attitude, a faith that looks forward to the future with holy confidence. There are 1,784 ifs in the Bible. The most significant? "If God is for us, who can be against us?" It's the game changer! God is always on our side--every day in every way, That one little if changes everything.

With his trademark enthusiasm and contagious joy, Mark Batterson helps you overcome feelings of guilt, fear, and doubt, because in Christ there is no condemnation. Unpacking the promises of Romans 8, he shows you how to transform your if only regrets intowhat if possibilities.

And because of that, the possibilities for your life are limitless.|Mark Batterson is the New York Times bestselling author of The Circle MakerThe Grave Robber, and A Trip around the Sun, as well as a dozen other books. He is the lead pastor of National Community Church, one church with seven campuses in Washington, DC. Mark has a doctor of ministry degree from Regent University and lives on Capitol Hill with his wife, Lora, and their three children. Learn more at www.markbatterson.com and follow him on Twitter @markbatterson.

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