All of us have known people who seem to make one bad decision after another. For that matter, we have all made our fair share of them from time to time. Unfortunately, many of those decisions can leave impacts that can last for years and are difficult, if not impossible to correct. Why is it that we can have a clear idea of what we want financially, relationally, and professionally, but so often make decisions that take us to an entirely different place? Why it that we ignore what our better judgment is telling us? In his book The Principle of the Path, Andy Stanley, pastor and founder of Atlanta’s North Point Ministries, discusses what happens when our intentions and our decisions do not coincide. He addresses these questions and gives practical, biblically-based advice for staying on the path to your intended destination. No rocket science here-just principles that help the reader to narrow down and focus on what he/she really wants and how to get there.
I believe that this book should be required reading for all young adults just starting out in life. If followed, the advice in this book could save readers from countless heartaches and detours on their path to success.
I received a copy of the book from BookSneeze.com's blogger program.