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Become a better you;Joel Osteen

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In this new book, Become a Better You, Joel Osteen offers seven simple yet profound action steps that will help readers discover the better things they were born for… their individual purpose and destiny. As charming and passionate on the page as he is in person, Osteen incorporates key biblical principles, devotions, and personal testimonies that will uplift and enlighten readers. He speaks directly to the hearts and concerns of people from every walk of life. People love Joel Osteen–they love to be in his presence, to hear him speak, and to read what he’s written–they just can’t get enough of him.

Become a Better You will encourage and inspire readers to reach their full, unique and God given potential.

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