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Better Than My Dreams: Finding What You Long For Where You Might Not Think…

by Paula Rinehart

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This book is about "finding what you long for, where you might not think to look." The message of the book is to not settle or become overwhelmed with life's disappointments. God is there. He is sovereign and He has a bigger plan for you than you do for yourself. This book has a nice mix of teaching, quotes, scripture and real-life stories to validate its points.

My only let down with this book is that it seems to be written for women quite a bit older than me (I'm in my 20s). Also, at some points it seems to give the hope that there is something more without talking too much about how to reach it. Overall, a good book! ( )
  ashleyweb7 | Mar 5, 2009 |
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