Reframing the Feeling of Inadequacy and Reclaiming Your Ground in God's Kingdom

Christian - Living
133 Pages
Reviewed on 07/04/2020
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Uproot: Reframing the Feeling of Inadequacy and Reclaiming your Ground in God's Kingdom by Nathan Madison is an engaging book that will help readers understand how the feeling of inadequacy is the way of knowing that the enemy of God has acknowledged their potential. It is the responsibility of everyone as the body of Christ to uproot the lies that hinder the greatness inside each one of us. Reading this book is a good way to understand the weeds that draw attention away from the purpose of the garden. The author uses biblical stories to make readers aware of the seven unhealthy fruits that are produced by engaging in the thought of being inadequate.

Uproot will reiterate the faith of readers in God and encourage them to 'uproot' unhealthy thoughts and follow the path of God and his purpose for them. Every chapter ends with questions for readers to reflect on. This is a clever way to pull them into the book and show how they can use God's power properly and apply it to create wisdom. The approach to the topic is straightforward and simple, helping readers to make changes in the way they perceive themselves. They will pull themselves out of a negative mindset and actually recognize the harm that can be caused by thinking they are not good enough. Uproot is for everyone and Nathan Madison's words will connect well with readers and encourage them to have a serious look at their lives and pull out the weeds causing damage in their garden of life. This book can be used in Bible classes to help readers understand the power and presence of God in everybody's lives and to have faith and trust in Him and love Him unconditionally.