OK, GOD, Now What? – Review

Imagine for a moment that you had a resource from a successful businessman that spoke specifically to scriptural ways you could make significant changes that would impact your life positively. The book “OK, GOD, Now What” by Donald C. Mann is just that book. This is not your average, everyday, devotional book. It’s also not a motivational book that you would find in a business section of your local library. It’s the combination of both. It is filled with so many resources it’s actually a bit overwhelming.

From the inside cover:

In OK God, Now What?, Don Mann, a successful scientist, businessman, and long time Christian minister, reveals God’s core principles for uniting your heart on God and producing success in every part of life. He writes in the clear and direct language of a results-oriented businessman so you can successfully apply God’s truth.

By combining Bible truth, modern discoveries on how the brain operates, and practical tools to renew your mind, OK God, Now What? opens the doors to help you fulfill your best dreams.

In this life-changing book, Don explains the long hidden biblical technology for renewing the mind and how recent medical psychological and neurological discovers confirm and magnify these powerful truths. Then Don gives practical steps on how to renew your mind to harness the unlimited potential of you and God working together in order to achieve exactly what your new inner man desires.

To be honest, I feel like I almost need to read this book a few times as there is so much information in it. On the negative side, I would say that the presentation of the book (pages, spacing, words per page, cover, packaging) leaves much to be desired. It felt cheap and takes away from the strengths of the book, which is the content. The positives are the unbelievable resources and research that are contained on the pages. I recommend the book for that purpose. It is not a quick read by any stretch, but is worth taking the time to pour over the suggestions again and again.

“Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the
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