I am currently reading Extraordinary by John Bevere. It’s a book about living life for God, pleasing God, and living an extraordinary life. I personally am not a huge fan of it. It’s pretty deep, and well honestly I’m not a huge fan of so much “Christian” language. I think you’d enjoy this book if you’ve been a Christian for some time, but if you’re anywhere near the beginning of your walk I wouldn’t recommend it.
Here is the summary from the publisher:
There’s a question that troubles many believers: “Why am I not experiencing more joy, more hope, more satisfaction, more intimacy, more power, more everything in my Christian life–didn’t Jesus promise that?”
He did promise an abundant life, but too many people are trapped by the curse of “the ordinary.” They have accepted the wrong idea that following God means losing individuality, creativity, and a passion for achieving lofty goals.
Nothing could be further from the truth! John Bevere builds a convincing case, straight from Scripture, for a way of living marked by extraordinary experiences and accomplishments-the life God always intended for his children.
Here is a guide to understanding God’s incredible plans, and how to enjoy a life where he adds the “extra” to “ordinary.”
If you’re interested in the book you can order it from this link: Extraordinary