Book Review: Stripped Clean

Posted by: in Books, Our Playlist on October 26th

Book: Stripped Clean by Jeff Storm

Reviewed by: Kara McCool

“Do you own your stuff or does your stuff own you?” This is one of the many painfully probing questions that this compelling book poses to its readers. If you aren’t ready to have every layer of your soul mercilessly shredded and intensely scrutinized then you aren’t ready for this book. Not only does Jeff Storm spiritually tear you apart, he has you physically tear apart this book as well. After you read each simplifying yet enriching devotional, this author instructs you to rip out each page in crazy creative ways until all you have left is the binding. Storm leaves you to shape the binding itself into the form of a cross reiterating the Biblical truth that everything is all about, all for, and all because of the cross. Nothing more and nothing less.

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