Your Best Destiny (Paperback)Wintley Phipps
Do you dream of something more than what you have now?
When you imagine what it would take for your life to be truly great—for you to become your best, most fulfilled self—do you dream of something more than what you have now? More money . . . more attention . . . more significance? What you may be missing is the one thing that actually gives your life ultimate value, meaning, and purpose.
Your Best Destiny helps you find it through a highly insightful personal assessment tool that will reveal eight keys God has placed deep within you to unlock your true character and help you become who you were born to be.
In this rich and encouraging book, Wintley Phipps—pastor, recording artist, and founder of the U.S. Dream Academy, the organization Oprah Winfrey honoured with the Oprah Winfrey Angel Network “Use Your Life” Award—shares what he has learned (sometimes the hard way) about what it takes to become “the best me I can be.” Join him as he leads you on a path to change your focus from what you have and do to who you are. Start today on the path to a truly great life, and step into your God-given destiny.
About the Author
Wintley Augustus Phipps, Sr. is a vocal artist, and founder of the U.S. Dream Academy, Songs of Freedom Publishing Company, and Coral Records Recording Company. He features a "booming baritone" voice, usually singing inspirational gospel music. He is an ordained Seventh-day Adventist minister.
Size140 x 211 mm
Number of Pages288 pp
PublisherTyndale House Publishers
How to Uncover God’s Best Life for You
Every person’s life is a fairy tale written by God’s fingers.
Hans Christian Andersen
On a four-lane highway, a traffic light changed from red to
green. Like an eager racehorse bursting from the gate, a sleek red
Chevrolet surged forward. One by one, the other vehicles on the
road fell behind. Only a silver Lincoln presented any challenge to
the speeding red streak that turned night into day with its powerful
headlights. Soon the Lincoln faded into the background as well.
The Chevrolet ate up the miles as the motor throbbed and the
driver’s hands tightened on the steering wheel. A triumphant smile
curved his lips. His dark eyes gleamed with delight. There wasn’t
an auto on the highway that could keep up with his. There also
wasn’t a better driver, not in the whole United States.
A warning sign signaled a bend in the road. The driver braked,
his body leaning right as the huge car banked around the steep
bend. A glance in the rearview mirror showed a pair of head-
lights gaining on him. The driver’s eyes narrowed. His foot pressed
harder on the gas pedal. The driver watched his speeding car’s
quivering needle climb to eighty . . . ninety . . . one hundred miles
per hour. He would push his mechanical monster as fast and far as
it could go. No one would catch him. The driver released a low,
exultant chuckle. This was living.