By Amy, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I was left in awe, inspired to do reach a heightened potential after reading this book. It was incredible. WONDERFUL.
By Shauna, Submitted on 2015-02-25
This book is PHENOMENAL!
We all know about Peter from the bible...
We know he was a follower of Christ...
We know he walked on the water...
"But this book is not just about Peter..."
"THE LORD SEES GREATNESS IN YOU"
You too have "Peter Potential!"
In this book you will learn what made Peter go from being a "simple fisherman-- to being "a fisher of men, a leader among men, the one who held the keys of the kingdom."
Peter was given "a simple invitation to THRUST OUT A LITTLE from the land."
Does the Lord ask you to THRUST OUT A LITTLE?
Peter listened and obeyed...do we?
Next Peter was told to "LAUNCH OUT INTO THE DEEP"
Was it CONVENIENT?
Yet Peter listened and obeyed and "the boats were sinking with blessings and the nets were breaking with goodness."
Sometimes the Lords wants us "to reach into the depths of our souls."
Read to find out what else the Lord asked of Peter and how it compares to what the Lord is asking of us today~
"WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU ACCEPTED AN INVITATION FROM THE LORD?"
By Marie, Submitted on 2015-02-25
Do you ever wonder how the Lord sees you? What potential does He see that you haven’t?
I certainly have. I started reading The Peter Potential when I was in a particularly pondering state of mind, reflecting on my life and my direction and whether I was living up to my potential.
Perhaps for this reason, this book really resonated with me. It’s a short volume, barely 100 pages and much of that is images with short passages of beautifully laid out and thoughtfully chosen messages to reinforce the idea that we can be—and should be—so much more than we allow ourselves to be.
I’ve read the New Testament more than once and spent a fair amount of time studying it over the years, so I thought I pretty much knew the story of Peter. And I do. To a point. The Peter Potential made me rethink the life of Peter. It’s also inspiring me to rethink my own life. I’m not sure what the answers are yet, but I feel like I need to make some changes that will open me up to that potential this book talks about.
Scriptures and scripture stories are interspersed with inspirational quotes. In the beginning of the book, Peter is invited by the Lord to leave his nets and follow Him. And then the story ends with “What is holding you back?” It is a question that I have been pondering on ever since. I don’t have all the answers yet, but I am working on eliminating the entangling nets from my life, one by one, to make sure I am ready to fully follow.
Each of the subsequent stories in the book presents a similarly probing question.
This is not a book that you would read once and set on the shelf. It is more of a self-assessment, a book to read over and over. Or perhaps it is, as it says on the end, a book to share, to pass along to someone else in need.