Live Like There’s No Yesterday: Book Review

It’s such an encouraging book that helped me reflect. There are areas in my life that I thought I had moved on, which I had, but not in a healthy way that God intended. If you are dealing with guilt, regret, or feeling stuck, this book will motivate you to move forward and live with a peaceful mind in the present. Highly recommend it. This book was given to me my Just Reads but these thoughts are my own and I rate it 5 stars.

Product Description

What if yesterday never happened? What if you were free from your old hurts, trauma, sadness, and mistakes? What if you could be healthier, happier, and freer to be yourself? What if your life could be transformed just by changing your mind?

It can.

Drawing on the call in Romans 12 to “be transformed by the renewing of your mind,” pastor and speaker John F. Westfall shows how you can overcome yesterday in order to live with hope and gratitude today. A self-described “world champion negative thinker,” Westfall knows how hard it can be to let go of the past. With great compassion and practical advice, he motivates you to allow the Holy Spirit to change the way you think, releasing you from negative thoughts and destructive patterns.

Ready to leave worry, anxiety, and regret behind? Then you’re ready to live like there’s no yesterday.

About the Author

John F. Westfall has pastored churches in Washington, California, and Minnesota. A former radio show host, an ordained pastor, an adjunct professor at Fuller Theological Seminary, and a popular retreat and conference speaker, John is the author of Getting Past What You’ll Never Get Over and Starting Again When You Feel Like Giving Up. He lives in the Seattle area with his wife, Eileen, and two King Charles Cavalier puppies, Gabbie and Paisley.

6 thoughts on “Live Like There’s No Yesterday: Book Review

  1. This sounds like a book I might need. I have been doing some really powerful, spiritual work and healing past pains. However, in this last big leap I peeled back things I didn’t even know where holding me back, keeping me in fear and in hiding. I’m working on. This sounds for sure like a book I might need to read!

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  2. Email me your address and I will send it to you. ❤️
    Stepping away from the past is deliberating, but it doesn’t mean that obtaining that freedom is painless or easy. Sometimes I feel like I take two steps forward and one step back. But God sees our struggles and sees our brokenness and will help us if we just keep on looking upward while holding on to hope. ❤️

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