This book is different from the kind that I usually review, but when I got the opportunity, I thought it would be fun. I am an avid journaler. I literally have a bookshelf packed with more than 15 journals that cover from the time I was in third grade to present day. Now, I know no one will ever want to read these, but journaling helps me process and remember things.
so I was intrigued by this book. Me, Myself and I Am is a great book for those who aren’t experienced journalers. It provides simple fill in the box opportunities and takes some of the work out of figuring out what to put on the page. It could be a great tool to capture your spiritual journey to pass on to the next generation. For an experienced journaler, it may seem simplistic, but it did contain questions I would not have thought to explore.
A new experience of God comes one question at a time in this fun and provocative journal. Made up entirely of insightful, profound, and occasionally ridiculous questions, Me, Myself, and I AM invites you to open to any page, open yourself to God, and be the author of your own story.
Questions range from spiritually intriguing—
You overhear God talking about you. What do hear him saying?
You are on a long car trip with a close friend who is not a Christian and the conversation turns to faith. What is your biggest fear about what your friend will ask or say?
Do you believe that all of Jesus’s followers have a responsibility to tell others about him?
to just plain fun—
If your life before you became a Christian were a movie, its title would be:
As Good as It Gets
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
It’s a Wonderful Life
Me, Myself, and I AM will entertain, inspire, and get you thinking about your spiritual life from brand new angles. Whether you use Me, Myself, and I AM as a reflective tool, a way to start conversations with friends and family, or as a spiritual time capsule to look back on years later, their own words will create a powerful journey of self-discovery.