When the world lost Zig Ziglar, we lost a great inspirational character. His spirit sort of lives on in works like Who Are You? by Russell Wetherington.
In this book, Wetherington quotes multiple scriptures, top inspirational leaders, and others to guide his readers on a 31 day journey to bettering themselves.
Readers are instructed to read one chapter per day for a month. There are a total of 31 chapters. Readers will want to read one extra chapter on one day during months with only 30 days. February provides multiple opportunities during the month to double up on readings.
This book is designed to take readers through the 31 chapters of Proverbs along the way. Each month readers are encouraged to re-read the book with the belief that they will gain some new insight on each reading.
Along the way, readers will read stories they have heard before and some very new ones. They will read stories of inspiration and hope.
Who Are You? is very well-written and very uplifting. We give it all five stars.
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