About the book: We've all been there. Each one of us has sins that, for one reason or another, we haven't been able to fully shake—we can't get ourselves "unstuck." Yet many of us have wanted to make that permanent change, to quit those repetitive sins once and for all. So here's the million-dollar question: how do you do it?
"Although damned and dammed are different words, they communicate the same message: progress is stopped! Robert Reynolds is the perfect one to teach us how to get unstuck. With real-world examples and a perspective from someone inside today's entertainment business, Robert reminds us that the Savior is the ultimate solution and living His gospel just makes sense. Get ready to lose any illusion you may have that you can do it alone. Thank heaven (literally) that no one has to."
—Brad Wilcox; BYU professor and author of The Continuous Atonement
"People who've sinned shouldn't consider themselves damaged goods or think that Heavenly Father doesn't want to extend His hand to them anymore. God has not forgotten you, and the fact that we even feel remorse or guilt is a good sign. It means we still have the light in us—if even just enough to get back on track."
—Branden Campbell; Neon Trees
My review: I really enjoyed reading this book! I like the way the author writes. He writes in a frank manner that is really easy and enjoyable to read. I like the author's message, I love how he talks about each of us having our "favorite" sins. You know those sins that you secretly don't want to stop doing, even though eventually they're not going to help us get into Heaven. Yep, we all have those! I like that Robert Reynolds is giving us a way to get rid of these sins once and for all.
I liked the way that this book is set up. There are three sections. And total in those three sections are 9 chapters. I love that at the end of each chapter there is a box that includes the key points from that chapter so that you can review what you've just learned.
This is a great book that can help each and everyone of us in our desire to change and be better.
I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Labels: Deseret Book, LDS non-fiction, Robert Reynolds