So what did they say? Read the 1st External Reviews for the Divine Manifesto Book Release
Our first external, unbiased reviews are in and they are positive. Here’s what others have said about the new book release, I Am: The Divine Purpose Manifesto. And remember, for the next few days you can get a free ebook version from Amazon.com. Just click here.
5 Stars ***** Seantaneous
This piece of writing reminds me of a vitamin: something powerful and good for you in a small package. Lenita Reeves elegantly writes in this masterpiece, simply yet powerfully entitled “I Am”, about purpose. Everyone wants to know why they are here on this earth. Everyone wants to know their worth. This new release explains these things. The Divine Purpose Manifesto is very well laid out, organized, and transitions smoothly from section to section. She talks about who Jesus was and is, which leads us to get a sense of who we are. Lenita mixes the spiritual with the practical and never leaves you wondering what her point is. All throughout, the life and words of Jesus are examined along with the people in his life, as well as other biblical figures, to get a greater sense of what he went through to solidify his identity, which we all desire to do. Do you know who God says you are? I think this work can be read by anyone.
4 Stars ****Lillie Ammann
This little book is Biblical, with lots of Scripture quotes, focusing on the “I Am…” statements made by Jesus. The book should be very helpful to Christians who have low self-image, because it will help them see themselves the way the Lord sees them.
The author shows how Jesus was not successful by worldly standards and He doesn’t judge us on the basis of education, income, possessions, or other worldly measures. She points out areas in which Jesus was not successful by worldly standards–He was not highly educated or wealthy, for example. She then turns that into a declaration of how we should not think less of ourselves if we don’t have a lot of education, money, or other things she mentions….