Soulprint: Becoming Who You Were Meant To Be (Book review)

This is a review for Mark Batterson’s book, “Soulprint: Discovering Your Divine Destiny.”

Mark Batterson has written an excellent book.  From the opening pages, the reader is set up to experience insights into the way God has made them unlike anyone else. Mark says about our uniqueness, “It’s a responsibility.  Uniqueness is God’s gift to you, and uniqueness is your gift to God.”  He goes on to tell us that we owe it to God and ourselves to be ourselves.   This book shows us how taking responsibility for our uniqueness, allows us to enjoy the process of “becoming” who we were meant to be.

There are amazing insights plastered throughout these pages.  These insights captured my imagination, which lead me to dialogue with God beyond what was written.  Any book about God that leads you to God’s presence is worth reading because that should be the books intention.   I found much joy and freedom from discovering more about both God and myself in the process of reading this book.

I highly recommend this book for people wanting to go deeper in knowing God and knowing themselves.  The author does a great job of paralleling our life to the life of King David in the Scriptures.  Most importantly, as Mark says, “True self-discovery happens only in the presence of God.”  This book can do just that by taking readers beyond its pages and into God’s presence.  So Grab this book and enjoy the keys that unlock the understanding of how you are free to worship God like no one else and become the person you were always meant to be.

I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review as part of the Blogging for Books program.

Read and Excerpt for this book by copying and pasting the link below.


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