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Popular speaker and author Sarah Jakes Roberts shows women they are not disqualified by their pain and failures and offers encouragement and strength to believe God’s best is still possible. Everyone has experiences in their lives that stop them in their tracks and become burdens they carry with them everywhere they go. No one knows this better than Sarah Jakes Roberts. Pre Popular speaker and author Sarah Jakes Roberts shows women they are not disqualified by their pain and failures and offers encouragement and strength to believe God’s best is still possible. Everyone has experiences in their lives that stop them in their tracks and become burdens they carry with them everywhere they go. No one knows this better than Sarah Jakes Roberts. Pregnant at fourteen, married by nineteen, divorced by twenty-two, and all while under the intense spotlight of being Bishop T.D. Jakes’s daughter, Sarah knows what it is to feel buried by failure and aching pain. But when her journey brought her to faith’s fork in the road, Sarah found she had to choose between staying in the comfort of the pain she knew or daring to make new wounds and move forward. Now Sarah shares the numerous life lessons she’s learned along the way with other women also struggling to believe they’re not disqualified by their pain and past mistakes. She delves into topics such as allowing the past to empower the present, choosing to step forward while still being afraid, facing struggles surrounded by community, finding intimacy with God outside preconceived notions of what it has to look like, and learning to focus on others. With deeply personal stories of her own, Sarah helps readers find their way to the right perspective and the confidence to walk toward the best God has for them.


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Popular speaker and author Sarah Jakes Roberts shows women they are not disqualified by their pain and failures and offers encouragement and strength to believe God’s best is still possible. Everyone has experiences in their lives that stop them in their tracks and become burdens they carry with them everywhere they go. No one knows this better than Sarah Jakes Roberts. Pre Popular speaker and author Sarah Jakes Roberts shows women they are not disqualified by their pain and failures and offers encouragement and strength to believe God’s best is still possible. Everyone has experiences in their lives that stop them in their tracks and become burdens they carry with them everywhere they go. No one knows this better than Sarah Jakes Roberts. Pregnant at fourteen, married by nineteen, divorced by twenty-two, and all while under the intense spotlight of being Bishop T.D. Jakes’s daughter, Sarah knows what it is to feel buried by failure and aching pain. But when her journey brought her to faith’s fork in the road, Sarah found she had to choose between staying in the comfort of the pain she knew or daring to make new wounds and move forward. Now Sarah shares the numerous life lessons she’s learned along the way with other women also struggling to believe they’re not disqualified by their pain and past mistakes. She delves into topics such as allowing the past to empower the present, choosing to step forward while still being afraid, facing struggles surrounded by community, finding intimacy with God outside preconceived notions of what it has to look like, and learning to focus on others. With deeply personal stories of her own, Sarah helps readers find their way to the right perspective and the confidence to walk toward the best God has for them.

30 review for Don't Settle for Safe: Embracing the Uncomfortable to Become Unstoppable

  1. 5 out of 5

    The CurvyJones

    Was an okay read. A LOT about marriage and family. I'm single so I drifted in and out. Am sure there were some good nuggets but... I just felt... unaddressed. Was an okay read. A LOT about marriage and family. I'm single so I drifted in and out. Am sure there were some good nuggets but... I just felt... unaddressed.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Aurora Lucas

    Sarah Jakes Roberts is a woman with a past. The one reason I'm able to relate to her writing and spiritual journey is because she stays open about past mistakes that she has made. The woman that she was before led her to the changes in her life that she needed to make in order to fully walk God's plan. Thank you, Sarah, for giving me hope to walk this journey with an open heart. One of my favorite quotes from the book is: "I had to come to a place where I was willing to live in the moment withou Sarah Jakes Roberts is a woman with a past. The one reason I'm able to relate to her writing and spiritual journey is because she stays open about past mistakes that she has made. The woman that she was before led her to the changes in her life that she needed to make in order to fully walk God's plan. Thank you, Sarah, for giving me hope to walk this journey with an open heart. One of my favorite quotes from the book is: "I had to come to a place where I was willing to live in the moment without fear or concern of what would happen next. Expecting pain in the future takes away your joy in the present. Worrying steals joy that is already yours...Your power to overcome is in your willingness to not just anticipate but embrace the unpredictability of life. Being afraid of the unknown does not keep it at bay."

  3. 5 out of 5

    Reyve

    Incredible, real read! This book is what every young, seasoned and in-between woman should read if she truly wants to confront her hurts, pains, mistakes and GROW from them. This book allows one to purposely allow God to be the head of your life. It is a graceful, raw truth of what so many of us have experienced. Allow it to help you on your journey to a God-centered life full of self love.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Meg Delagrange

    It took me six months to process this book as I read bits and pieces of it. There were many ways that it impacted me and gave me a different perspective on every area of my life. It has given me greater clarity. It got me to investigate the patterns of my family history for the first time. I started to understand so much more of the puzzle pieces of my life by doing this. After years of not speaking to my dad, I had begun to hesitantly re-connect with him a year before I read this book. When I w It took me six months to process this book as I read bits and pieces of it. There were many ways that it impacted me and gave me a different perspective on every area of my life. It has given me greater clarity. It got me to investigate the patterns of my family history for the first time. I started to understand so much more of the puzzle pieces of my life by doing this. After years of not speaking to my dad, I had begun to hesitantly re-connect with him a year before I read this book. When I was nearing the end of reading this book, I drove several hours to go see him and spent 3 whole hours with him for the first time in my adult life. As I listened to him, I kept hearing pattern after pattern in his language and stories which gave me a completely new perspective on my upbringing. I was able to clearly see the chasms of dysfunction that began generations ago and how I can now become an unstoppable force to change the story for the generations that come after me. This is just one of the personal insights that I have gained from this book. Just like Sarah writes at the end, you will continue to see yourself more and more clearly because of having read it... I'm embracing what I find so uncomfortable to become unstoppable. I have to be willing to get it wrong. I have to be willing to lose myself... I'm going into new territory where I have no idea what to expect.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tamika Mahomes

    This book was all over the place. While it had great points the points often did not connect and I felt lost as a reader. I’m thankful for some good insight it provided but if you asked me the main point of the book I really couldn’t tell you. Definitely needs to be more organized and structured. I know a lot of people will resonate with this book however it was not my cup of tea. But I did make it to the end!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Gabrielle

    3.5 stars. I have recently become aware of Sarah Jakes Roberts and love many of her sermons. I read this book for my Bible Study group (of course I decided to read ahead), but it is a little different than I expected. It is heavily focused on her marriage, children, and upbringing as she uses her own life for chapters that touch on topics like "Intimacy," "Frienemies," Purpose," and "Know Your Worth." The book is honestly not too church-y and only has a few scriptures (I would have wanted more) 3.5 stars. I have recently become aware of Sarah Jakes Roberts and love many of her sermons. I read this book for my Bible Study group (of course I decided to read ahead), but it is a little different than I expected. It is heavily focused on her marriage, children, and upbringing as she uses her own life for chapters that touch on topics like "Intimacy," "Frienemies," Purpose," and "Know Your Worth." The book is honestly not too church-y and only has a few scriptures (I would have wanted more) though it does reference some common Biblical stories. With all of that, I did not think the book was doing anything too extraordinary or original. I wanted it to be a bit bolder and have more examples, though I do think it is a great Bible Study group book because it is nice to see how it relates to other Christian women. I'm reading it several years after it was published so that may be a factor, too. Definitely worth a read.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Hopelyn

    A powerful, inspirational message for everyone who needs a jolt of energy and encouragement to live a life of passion and purpose.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Evans

    Awesome!! This book helps women see where you are and what you can accomplish. Sarah is very vulnerable and helping women learn the goals are achievable.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ariel Presley

    If you are open and willing, this book is great. You must do the work. She speaks on every topic that you probably felt like you were the only one experiencing. This book changed my life.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rambling Reviews

    Not great. Almost DNF, but kept going because I was literally reading it to put me to sleep. One star probably seems a bit harsh, and it probably should get 2, but this was awkwardly written. I found myself having to read the same passage multiple times to understand what the author was saying. It all just lacked flow. Gets a bit new-agey at points and the theology is questionable. To be fair, I probably shouldn't have bought the book because I don't shy away from discomfort, and I've never settl Not great. Almost DNF, but kept going because I was literally reading it to put me to sleep. One star probably seems a bit harsh, and it probably should get 2, but this was awkwardly written. I found myself having to read the same passage multiple times to understand what the author was saying. It all just lacked flow. Gets a bit new-agey at points and the theology is questionable. To be fair, I probably shouldn't have bought the book because I don't shy away from discomfort, and I've never settled for safe, so I'm clearly not the target market and am not struggling with the issues detailed in its pages. (I have other struggles instead). Would not recommend.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sieara DeLone

    I’m hurt because I didn’t enjoy this book as much as I really wanted to. It was filled with a lot of quotable gems that are true. Though there is some good knowledge in it, the format of the book really confused me and made the book difficult to get through. The order of the stories were just not it for me. However, I do believe this book can be helpful to a certain audience. It just wasn’t as wide to include me. It probably has a more specific and tailored audience.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ronnesha

    I have read a lot of books but this is one of the best books I have ever read. The growth from her first book lost & found to this one is remarkable. Her growth is written in the pages and will push & challenge you to grow. I had to read this twice!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Karla

    This book makes you dig deep. Sarah delivers a great, encouraging message with humor. MUST READ!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Leslie M.

    Sarah Jakes Roberts knows that we, as women, will feel overwhelmed at times, and she wants to remind the reader that they're not alone in their journey. It is possible to be strengthened by the struggles in life. Roberts' latest includes numerous personal stories to highlight her message. Biblical stories and verses are appropriately woven throughout. Many of the author's points are relatable and applicable. This book is designed for women at any stage of life. There are numerous valuable nuggets Sarah Jakes Roberts knows that we, as women, will feel overwhelmed at times, and she wants to remind the reader that they're not alone in their journey. It is possible to be strengthened by the struggles in life. Roberts' latest includes numerous personal stories to highlight her message. Biblical stories and verses are appropriately woven throughout. Many of the author's points are relatable and applicable. This book is designed for women at any stage of life. There are numerous valuable nuggets of information included, but it wasn't quite what I was expecting. I've read similar books, and this was a bit flat in comparison. Prayers and questions for personal reflection are included throughout the book. There were some key takeaway points for me, including: "If voices of insecurity, doubt, and fear are not confronted, they will dictate your life." "Excuses are comfort zones." "You can't live in the past and maximize the present." "You do not choose purpose. Purpose chooses you." Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy as part of the BookLook Bloggers program. I wasn't required to leave a positive review.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Timesha Harris

    I knew I admired you for a reason, I mean aside from the dynamic preaching and the fly outfits it was something else! Tonight I completed this gem and I am just so full in my spirit! I’ve literally “played” around with this book for years at this point because I purchased it when it first came out! Upon completion I can say you have truly helped me to level up as a woman, mother, child of God, and entrepreneur. You literally gave the most tangible insight so plainly! I’m actually not mad I’m jus I knew I admired you for a reason, I mean aside from the dynamic preaching and the fly outfits it was something else! Tonight I completed this gem and I am just so full in my spirit! I’ve literally “played” around with this book for years at this point because I purchased it when it first came out! Upon completion I can say you have truly helped me to level up as a woman, mother, child of God, and entrepreneur. You literally gave the most tangible insight so plainly! I’m actually not mad I’m just now reading it because it holds so much more weight to have read it and have you pour into my life NOW, during this season of my adult life. Our feelings and thoughts are very closely aligned on some very similar life circumstances! Thank you for taking the time to pen these words to these pages! I thank God for you! From one author to another; Job well done my love! #HatsOffToYou #MyAfarOffMentor #IwillNotCloseTheBookAndNotActOnTheWordsWithin #BlackAuthorsMatter The lives I’m going to reach after readying this are going to be so blessed! THANK YOU! 🙏🏾@theadventuresoffunbobbie

  16. 4 out of 5

    April

    Not sure if I just expected too much, because of the book's high ratings, but I was left feeling unfulfilled. It felt like she took a bunch of inspirational quotes and put them all together in a book. Sure, some are good, and made me shake my head thinking, "that's true." But if I wanted various inspirational quotes, I could have just Googled them. Also, I read her first book, and liked it. But after reading this one, I get the feeling Sarah doesnt realize just how good she's had it. We all make Not sure if I just expected too much, because of the book's high ratings, but I was left feeling unfulfilled. It felt like she took a bunch of inspirational quotes and put them all together in a book. Sure, some are good, and made me shake my head thinking, "that's true." But if I wanted various inspirational quotes, I could have just Googled them. Also, I read her first book, and liked it. But after reading this one, I get the feeling Sarah doesnt realize just how good she's had it. We all make mistakes in life, but most of her problems and "dark times" seem to come as a result of her bad choices. And even then, she's had a wonderful family to help her out of those situations. I dont think she can really relate to those who have struggles they didnt bring upon themselves. It almost felt like her only advise to such people was along the lines of"When life hands you lemons, make lemonade."

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lucretia scott

    This story was just okay. It focused so much on her relationship with her husband and children that it kind of left me wanting more with regard to how it relates being a single woman. She gave some good points like when she talked about friend/enemies in one of her chapters. I could relate to that chapter because I had a friend/enemy because I outgrew a friend which kind of resorted in us becoming less friends and more so acquaintance who were competitive with each other. When she talked about t This story was just okay. It focused so much on her relationship with her husband and children that it kind of left me wanting more with regard to how it relates being a single woman. She gave some good points like when she talked about friend/enemies in one of her chapters. I could relate to that chapter because I had a friend/enemy because I outgrew a friend which kind of resorted in us becoming less friends and more so acquaintance who were competitive with each other. When she talked about the issue when her husband kept saying that he would never cheat on her and how it made her feel so uncomfortable because she didn't want to hope or believe in his statement because she had heard the same statement from her previous husband who did cheat on her. It is hard to leave our past hurts in the past. They drag on into our future relationships and make us hold back. Overall interesting book but it left me wanting more.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Yaboynam

    Cutting Edge!!! This was very eye opening and condusive to this year of my life. I grabbed this book at Barnes and Noble to see what it would mean. I've always clung to safety desiring more but afraid. I cracked this bad boy open some months back and had to stop and before I knew it...the journey of self reflection began on a path of twists and turns. God really used this book and Touré Roberts Wholness to get me to becoming accustomed to living a life of wholeness and being comfortable living a Cutting Edge!!! This was very eye opening and condusive to this year of my life. I grabbed this book at Barnes and Noble to see what it would mean. I've always clung to safety desiring more but afraid. I cracked this bad boy open some months back and had to stop and before I knew it...the journey of self reflection began on a path of twists and turns. God really used this book and Touré Roberts Wholness to get me to becoming accustomed to living a life of wholeness and being comfortable living a life that is discomforting. If you desire a book to push you out of your comfort zone and get you to deal with some issues and past pains and help propel you forward. Go, for it!!!!!! Check it out!!! Life Changing

  19. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    There is much wisdom in this book, but unfortunately it is very hard to summarize because of how poorly the content is structured. To put it simply... it was just all over the place. It lacked depth and the practicality it needs for the reader to truly apply the principles she is trying to convey. When the book finally started to connect to the theme, it fell apart again. I had to try too hard to make this book make sense in the way the author explained she wanted to influence the reader. I love There is much wisdom in this book, but unfortunately it is very hard to summarize because of how poorly the content is structured. To put it simply... it was just all over the place. It lacked depth and the practicality it needs for the reader to truly apply the principles she is trying to convey. When the book finally started to connect to the theme, it fell apart again. I had to try too hard to make this book make sense in the way the author explained she wanted to influence the reader. I love Sarah Jakes-Roberts, but I just feel like this book needs a bit more polishing. It’s a quick read so if you have some extra time to spare, I would read it because I do think most people will get something out of it. I would not prioritize it though.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kyra

    Where do I even start? This book was truly transformative and life changing for me. While it’s true that she’s talks about marriage and her personal life, it’s to be used as an example of how the reader can too overcome [insert own hardship here]. If you struggle with making excuses, the struggle of breaking generational barriers, looking for purpose and a deeper way to connect with yourself and those around you, then this is the book for you. This isn’t for everyone. We all deal with the long-t Where do I even start? This book was truly transformative and life changing for me. While it’s true that she’s talks about marriage and her personal life, it’s to be used as an example of how the reader can too overcome [insert own hardship here]. If you struggle with making excuses, the struggle of breaking generational barriers, looking for purpose and a deeper way to connect with yourself and those around you, then this is the book for you. This isn’t for everyone. We all deal with the long-term effects of past traumas, but we don’t always pay attention to how. This book is for those who are really looking to self-reflect, make changes and challenge themselves to put in the work to do so. I will be revisiting this book often.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Brianna Stephens

    This was an inspiring read that I found right on time! So many gems sprinkled throughout that I needed to keep a notebook on hand. She is very thorough on the “what” needs to be done in order to change your life but I do agree with some of the reviews that there isn’t much dept or a full detailed description on some of the “how”. I still feel like this was the perfect starting point and blue print to my journey of healing! I look forward to more from this author! I am single and feel this may ha This was an inspiring read that I found right on time! So many gems sprinkled throughout that I needed to keep a notebook on hand. She is very thorough on the “what” needs to be done in order to change your life but I do agree with some of the reviews that there isn’t much dept or a full detailed description on some of the “how”. I still feel like this was the perfect starting point and blue print to my journey of healing! I look forward to more from this author! I am single and feel this may have touched on her relationship a bit more than I would like but I understand that it is her story! I don’t feel that it ruined the message and I felt the book was more targeted at singles than individuals who are married.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Julia

    I think this book is very encouraging and insightful. The author’s own life journey gives me a reason to listen to her and respect what she shares. It’s a fairly short read packed full with an uplifting message. Her encouragement can be a great motivator to look forward with hope and not give up, to not settle for much less than you should. But it stops just short of offering some solid steps for moving forward. This book is not like the coach who teaches you the sport and trains you to play it; I think this book is very encouraging and insightful. The author’s own life journey gives me a reason to listen to her and respect what she shares. It’s a fairly short read packed full with an uplifting message. Her encouragement can be a great motivator to look forward with hope and not give up, to not settle for much less than you should. But it stops just short of offering some solid steps for moving forward. This book is not like the coach who teaches you the sport and trains you to play it; it’s more like the friend who believes in you and encourages you to try out, and to hang in there when you’re not sure you’ll get to play. If you need to reframe your thinking, or could just use a little positive nudge, this would be a great place to pause and refocus.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Namir

    This book was good. Love and appreciate Sarah Jakes!!! Her transparency and honesty will challenge you to think on a higher level. SHe pushes you to embrace every card you have been dealt and learn how to play your hand and take risks. She teaches how to navigate through the murky waters of fear and to step out the boat and onto the water with Faith, Scripture, Wisdom, and Life experiences (teenage pregancy, marriage, children, family, and other hurts). Great read. Some slow parts but it is a go This book was good. Love and appreciate Sarah Jakes!!! Her transparency and honesty will challenge you to think on a higher level. SHe pushes you to embrace every card you have been dealt and learn how to play your hand and take risks. She teaches how to navigate through the murky waters of fear and to step out the boat and onto the water with Faith, Scripture, Wisdom, and Life experiences (teenage pregancy, marriage, children, family, and other hurts). Great read. Some slow parts but it is a good book that will help you and give you practical ways of handling the crazy woes of life a bit more

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ariel Harrison

    If you want to revamp your life by delving into some areas of your life that make you uncomfortable, then read this book! SJR leaves no stones unturned. She discusses how we make excuses, how we need to learn our patterns, how our backgrounds affect us, friends, how to connect with God, find purpose, being intimate with someone else and how we can tap into our own greatness. It took me so long to read this book because she kept stepping on my toes and I wasn't ready to confront some of these are If you want to revamp your life by delving into some areas of your life that make you uncomfortable, then read this book! SJR leaves no stones unturned. She discusses how we make excuses, how we need to learn our patterns, how our backgrounds affect us, friends, how to connect with God, find purpose, being intimate with someone else and how we can tap into our own greatness. It took me so long to read this book because she kept stepping on my toes and I wasn't ready to confront some of these areas, but I'm glad I finished it. Easy and good read!

  25. 4 out of 5

    BJosie

    This book found me at the right time in my life. The author has a clear focus on getting you to dig deep and ask yourself the gut punching questions regarding your life, relationships, and experiences in your life that brought you to your lowest point. I felt like every part of my life she touched on; I have highlighted so many parts of this book that I plan to use for my own life's work. I particularly like how she takes the time to share her own story and give advice that may help others throug This book found me at the right time in my life. The author has a clear focus on getting you to dig deep and ask yourself the gut punching questions regarding your life, relationships, and experiences in your life that brought you to your lowest point. I felt like every part of my life she touched on; I have highlighted so many parts of this book that I plan to use for my own life's work. I particularly like how she takes the time to share her own story and give advice that may help others throughout each chapter. Read it. I may even buy it as a gift for one of my friends!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ms NY

    Loved this book ! No lie it made me reevaluate my life. It made me question why i do some of the things I do? Where it comes from in my upbringing, and what path do i want to take moving forward? As she writes we see all this is done by casting out your fear of the unknown. Of not settling for the safe path because we were not made to fear but to trust God. It help me to trust more in his love for me as 1 John 4:18(ESV) says "There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear. For fear ha Loved this book ! No lie it made me reevaluate my life. It made me question why i do some of the things I do? Where it comes from in my upbringing, and what path do i want to take moving forward? As she writes we see all this is done by casting out your fear of the unknown. Of not settling for the safe path because we were not made to fear but to trust God. It help me to trust more in his love for me as 1 John 4:18(ESV) says "There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear. For fear has to do with punishment, and whoever fears has not been perfected in love.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sibo

    You’ll feel like an outcast but it’s okay. Great people are not fully understood,just admired. I absolutely loved this book. My friend Rati recommended it to me. I’m so glad I finally read it. I could relate with so many of the emotions you had and experiences of being self conscious about how people viewed you. I really loved that you helped me to come out my shell and live out my truth unapologetically as I turn 30. I’m so excited for my new chapter. Love and blessings to you Sarah! Your light You’ll feel like an outcast but it’s okay. Great people are not fully understood,just admired. I absolutely loved this book. My friend Rati recommended it to me. I’m so glad I finally read it. I could relate with so many of the emotions you had and experiences of being self conscious about how people viewed you. I really loved that you helped me to come out my shell and live out my truth unapologetically as I turn 30. I’m so excited for my new chapter. Love and blessings to you Sarah! Your light shines so brightly! 🌟😘

  28. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa Cruz

    I was excited to read this book because I've watched Sarah Jakes Roberts minister and was always compelled by her messages. "Don't Settle For Safe" allows for you to unravel past experiences and reflect to obtain closure and break those strongholds we did not even know existed. Growth requires a discipline to do what most cannot because they are unwilling to risk discomfort. I'm not embarrassed to say reading this made me very uncomfortable at times and vulnerable but then again this was it's pu I was excited to read this book because I've watched Sarah Jakes Roberts minister and was always compelled by her messages. "Don't Settle For Safe" allows for you to unravel past experiences and reflect to obtain closure and break those strongholds we did not even know existed. Growth requires a discipline to do what most cannot because they are unwilling to risk discomfort. I'm not embarrassed to say reading this made me very uncomfortable at times and vulnerable but then again this was it's purpose.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nerissa Golden

    As a preacher's kid I can totally relate to Sarah's stories. The courage to make yourself vulnerable first so you can heal and then heal others is one you don't get through without God's love and the right people who provide a safe space. Don't Settle for Safe is best read slowly and with introspection. Sarah Jakes Roberts offloads her own story to show you that you can create the life you want with God's help and your willingness to grow. As a preacher's kid I can totally relate to Sarah's stories. The courage to make yourself vulnerable first so you can heal and then heal others is one you don't get through without God's love and the right people who provide a safe space. Don't Settle for Safe is best read slowly and with introspection. Sarah Jakes Roberts offloads her own story to show you that you can create the life you want with God's help and your willingness to grow.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Via Bella

    This is a book that really is a self-help book that I believe will help many because her writing and style talk to many walks of life at the same time. I think her style and her tips are great. I wish I would have had this book earlier. She is open and honest without it being a hard read and she allows you to explore yourself within listening to her story. Read full review here: http://viabella-thebeautifullife.blog... This is a book that really is a self-help book that I believe will help many because her writing and style talk to many walks of life at the same time. I think her style and her tips are great. I wish I would have had this book earlier. She is open and honest without it being a hard read and she allows you to explore yourself within listening to her story. Read full review here: http://viabella-thebeautifullife.blog...

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