None Like Him Book Review and Giveaway

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Jen Wilkin’s new book None Like Him will inspire you to think or rethink your views of God page after page.  Ten ways God is different from us and why that’s a good thing is the premise of this page turner. Anytime I pick up a book and learn about God more in depth, I don’t want to put it down.  

Jen Wilkin uses a list, used by many theologians, listing ten attributes of God, that only He has. This list is paired with a list of attributes of God that we, too, can attain. Even if you are aware of these attributes, for visual people like myself, it is great to see them in list form.  

Each chapter of None Like Him goes into detail about these ten attributes that only God can have. Only God is Infinite, Incomprehensible, Self-Existent, Self-Sufficient, Eternal, Immutable, Omnipresent, Omniscient and Omnipotent.

I love how Jen Wilkin goes through each one of these attributes and combines Biblical truths with real-life situations.

Since the beginning of time, starting with Adam and Eve, man has tried to become like God and in many ways become their own gods. We set our sights on things that only God is and we get frustrated that life is not what we want it to be or thought it would be.

In realizing that only God can be God, we can move from worshipping creation and the things we make to worshipping the Creator.  We are then free to be in awe of the Almighty Himself.

This book would be great for the individual, small group, or large group study. There are several features that I really enjoyed in this book that make it great for study.

Each chapter begins with the attribute of God that pertains only to Him, from the list above, and then discusses the Biblical truth along with real-life scenarios. We see these attributes made visible in our lives and read examples of how we try to become like God in those ways. Then each chapter ends with Toppling the myth of human… (i.e. self-sufficiency) followed by verses to meditate on pertaining to that chapter, four questions to dig deeper, and an idea to write out a prayer reflecting on that attribute.

In the very back of the book, there are several pages to write personal reflections which you may feel is adequate space to answer the questions throughout the book or you may want a journal to accompany your time spent in this book.

This is certainly a book you will want to read. I would recommend this book to both women and men because the focus of this book was God and did not necessarily focus on issues faced only by women or men. As believers, I believe it is essential to understand God more to understand ourselves more. This book does a great job of relating today’s social issues with Biblical truths.

Jen Wilkin is a speaker, writer, and teacher of Women’s Bible studies. She is the author of Women of the Word: How to Study the Bible with Both our Hearts and Our Minds. 

Disclosure (in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”): Many thanks to Propeller Consulting, LLC for providing this prize for the giveaway. Choice of winners and opinions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation. I did receive a sample of the product in exchange for this review and post.
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  1. Thanks for sharing this book review with us at Together on Tuesdays :) It sounds really great!

    1. Thank you, Lisa for stopping by and hosting your link-up!

  2. This looks like a great book, Jaime!
    I'd love to share a link to your review on a post I'm working on for next week. It's about great books to read this summer.
    I'll tag you when the post goes up.
    Found your post today on Party at My Place.
    Hope you are having a great day!

  3. What a great idea, Melanie! I really liked this book. It was very real and it had so much truth to it. It is a great recommendation for a summer read or a summer study. Thank you for including me in your post. I look forward to reading it. If you want to tag me so I know when it goes live that would be great! I will share it on my social media sites. Thanks, friend!

  4. I really want to read this book! I LOVE Women of the Word! It helped me study the Bible with both my heart and mind in a way I had not done before.

    1. That is wonderful, Elle! I think you would really like this book, also. Thank you for signing up and best wishes!

  5. This actually looks like a pretty great book. I will have to check it out, thank you Melanie for sharing this with us :-)

    1. This is actually a really good book. 10 ways we are not like God and that is okay. That is awesome to have a God bigger than us and all that we are! Check it out and best wishes!

  6. This one's on my Kindle, and I can't wait to dig in! I'm sharing her earlier book (Women of the Word) with the ladies of my church through a summer book club.

    1. Great idea! I heard that was a good book, too. In fact a comment earlier on this post, Elle Alice said she loved it. You will have to tell us how your book club goes. Have a great week, Michelle.

  7. I love a book that has both Bible examples and real life examples. Thank you for sharing with us here at Tell me a Story.


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