Devotional and motivational book ‘Take your Best Shot‘ by Austin Gutwein can anyday replace the Bible for you. It is that good. Well, this book is special, in its own means and the place it managed to curve in my heart superbly. The cover may seem as feeble and light in content unlike what it’s actually.
Austin Gutwein told us a story that is not entirely his and also entirely his in two different aspects that we can shed light upon. Where Austin sheds the light upon increasing the brightness of the human race as a whole, the actual light is been shed on him in the perspective of us readers. He has been brilliant in the light and not too complex and overt way the story winds up. He has been brilliant for the typos and examples that he has essentially has woven in perspective of our day to day life. In these ways ‘Take your best shot’ really does give us the strength and the determination to fight from within with the external unwanted powers, to prove our prowess and unwillingness to give in to the distracting and distressing forces.
“God is in the slums, in the cardboard boxes where the poor play house. God is in the silence of a mother who has infected her child with a virus that will end both their lives. God is in the cries heard under the rubble of war.”
That ‘God wants to use you’ may be the real case, as is been sculptured in our hearts after giving the book a go.
Allover, an excellent novel, with doses of unfinishing inspirations and motivational factors, this can be your daily devotional Bible, anyday.