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Sadie Robertson, New York Times bestselling author, addresses some of life's weightiest matters and choices in Live, using fun, practical, and biblical ways that will lead you to engage with God's truth and light in a world that increasingly more confusing.
There's quite a difference between just being alive, and truly knowing how to live. To be alive is something that just happens to you. To truly live, that's a choice you get to make each day. As Robertson says, "When you truly learn to live the life God offers, your whole existence becomes a verb."
In Live, Sadie Robertson will inspire you to thrive in the life God gave you by making choices that will lead you into the fullness He has for you, not into the emptiness the world offers. Live uses full-color photography and captivating design to show you how you can find a rich and rewarding life when you choose to wholeheartedly embrace God's ways and God's truth. Moments of decision come to everyone, for some it's on a more-than-daily basis. Some of those decisions are minor, and others are life altering, but all serve as stepping-stones to peace, joy, and fullness or to disappointment and emptiness. Sadie is passionate about inspiring her generation to live in that fullness every day.
This book explores topics such as overcoming jealousy, finding confidence, dealing with haters, waiting on God, living in victory instead of defeat, discovering the power of words, and knowing how to tell the difference between what leads to life and what leads to death, so young people can make the best choices.
Whether you have a long-time relationship with God, or you are new to the faith, Live will serve as a joyful encouragement to make the most of each moment, to make wise choices, and to always seek the truth of God's Word. Packed with stories and biblical principles, Live celebrates what everyone has in common, the opportunity to not simply be alive, but to truly live.