ABOUT THE BOOK
Title: The Power of 1440
Author: Tim Timberlake
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Release Date: March 9, 2021
Genre: Christian Life/Personal Growth
A thirty-day story-driven manual to celebrate the importance and blessing of each of the 1,440 minutes we are given every day, written by an up-and-coming lead pastor of a global church.
The son of a preacher, eighteen-year-old Tim Timberlake’s tragic and painful personal story of the sudden loss of his father began his journey toward seeing the benefit and blessing of each day. And not just to get through it, but to exhaust every opportunity of potential of that day, moment by moment, fulfilling his God-given purpose.
Today Pastor Tim inspires others to approach each day with its 1,440 minutes in a way that they live out their own God-given purposes and passions. Comprised of thirty bite-size chapters, The Power of 1440 is a day-by-day manual to help readers deal with topics like forgiveness, perspective, mistakes, rest, and living a life that matters. He says, “Win some, learn some . . . but never lose.”
Every day should be magnificent, not mundane; filled with delight, not drudgery; and a grand adventure, not a grind. It is possible to make today and every day truly remarkable.
In My Opinion
Despite modern conveniences and technological advances, we seem to cram more and more into every day. We get so busy, we don’t take the time to appreciate our blessings or take advantage of the God-moments in our lives.
In The Power of 1440, Tim Timberlake encourages readers to celebrate every minute of every day. All 1440 of them.
This book was a little convicting as I’m one of those people who bemoans Mondays and counts down the days of the week until the weekend. Timberlake reminded me that Monday through Friday are not to be dismissed so easily.
Each of the short chapters hits on topics like fear, self-doubt, blessing others, and more. This 30-day study will encourage you to count every minute as a blessing.
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