Described as The Battlefield of the Mind meets The Purpose Driven Life, against a backdrop of the Master Plan; Whose Apple is it Anyway! pulls it all together equipping you with two powerful weapons to side step enemy mind-fields, reclaim enemy territory, leverage purpose, and realigned yourself with destiny.
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Whose Apple is it Anyway captures your thoughts from the first page. Linda has an amazing take on life, on the battles we all fight within ourselves that keep us in the dark.
This book will free us, enlighten us and bring peace to us. Read slowly, stop and process, and be kind to yourself.This book will change your life and bring life to you as God meant your life to be. I cried, I smiled and sometimes laughed out loud, I read with surprise and deep thoughts about my own demons I could now turn away from. Linda has hit the nail on the head about why we stay stuck, and then gives a clear pathway to free ourselves.Good Job Linda!
Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Whose Apple is it Anyway: Empowering Purpose to Achieve your God-Ordained Destiny is a motivational self-help book by Linda F. Williams. The book is specifically aimed at Christian churchgoers who may be experiencing a loss of faith as life takes them in a direction that they didn’t ever plan for, and whose futile prayers for change seem to be falling on deaf ears. Part devotional guide and part self-help instructional manual,
Whose Apple is it Anyway seeks to highlight wisdom from the Bible as interpreted by the author, and use those morals as guides for self-improvement. The volume also contains examples from the author’s own personal life that inspired her to find her purpose and develop the book so that others may do the same thing.The book is exceedingly well-written . . .the message Linda F. Williams conveys to her readers is one of true empowerment, and her personal stories combined with Biblical elements make for a full and insightful read from cover to cover . . .Whose Apple is it Anyway is a perfect read to add to your collection.
Whose Apple is it, Anyway! is a practical book outlining the best responses to the difficulties encountered in life. Author Linda Williams sheds light on our reactions to life events through the lens of a Christian perspective. She explains that Satan would do anything in his power to destroy our destiny as human beings. According to Ms. Williams, the Devil - or Fakenstein - influences our thought patterns, especially by making us vulnerable to adopting a negative outlook. For example, if a female friend had a boyfriend who treated her badly, she might approach the next relationship with fear or distrust. The author suggests that we must shed this “corpse” created through our internal reaction to the trials of life. The Apple is actually an acronym for Attitude, Perception, Perspective, Lies and Expectations. Ms. Williams identifies that these five elements are interlinked through our thought patterns. Our way of thinking is manifested via our habits and ultimately our overall behavior. The importance of having a positive and upbeat outlook in life is recommended as a way to defeat the Devil at his game.
Whose Apple is it, Anyway! is an eye-opener for the average reader. Author Linda Williams did an excellent job explaining the intricacies of our thought patterns and their outcomes. I was impressed by the thorough approach she utilized with this subject matter. Personally, I have learnt this lesson the hard way as a result of my own life experiences. I wish that I had had the opportunity to read this book years ago. It would have surely alleviated some of the emotional upheaval I have experienced previously. The language used is colloquial and it is quite easy to understand. The tone of the book is conversational and friendly. I appreciate the use of direct questions in the format. This encourages inner reflection. The use of capitalized headlines makes the text more organized, as well as galvanizing the attention of the reader. I love the fact that the author shared her own experiences to elucidate her points. This personal touch allows the reader to identify with her and realize that we all have our crosses to bear. This book is an uplifting and educational read. I thoroughly recommend it to all readers.