Life is often described as “The Game of Life”

Life is often describe as "The Game of Life".

Therefore, Life can be both accurately and fairly compared to the games of basketball and football as they both are played in four quarter intervals and two halves. If you were to ask your family or friends who won the first half of the last basketball or football game they witnessed, few if any could accurately reply. Yet if you asked the same group who won the last basketball or football game they watched and received an answer, they will have expressed who won The Second Half of that game. In essence it doesn't matter who wins in the first half. The Games of Life, Basketball and Football are all indeed won in The Second Half. The Second Half is referred to by some as a New Beginning, the fourth quarter, crunch time, gut check time or that point in the game and life when YOU realize its not too late but it's Now or Never. Welcome To Life In The Second Half!

 

William Epstein

Fremont Book Review Club

Using sports references to characterize the change in life to occur, once one allows God to lead one's life, enhances the author's point to readers and makes them more relatable to their current circumstances. Excellent read and highly recommended.

Xulon Press

It is clear the author speaks from experience in letting circumstances get the best of person and also letting God aid a person in overcoming his/her circumstances. His advice is cognizant of the different ways life can be difficult for people, due to their doing or not, and will be empowering words of wisdom readers will benefit from hearing.



The Book thrives on the author's main point of not giving up as one's life enters the second half in the game of life. As the author clarifies throughout the text, God places us in the second half to use the lessons we gained from the first half to be successful in the end for His glory.

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Life is often describe as “The Game of Life”.

Therefore, Life can be both accurately and fairly compared to the games of basketball and football as they both are played in four quarter intervals and two halves. If you were to ask your family or friends who won the first half of the last basketball or football game they witnessed, few if any could accurately reply. Yet if you asked the same group who won the last basketball or football game they watched and received an answer, they will have expressed who won The Second Half of that game. In essence it doesn’t matter who wins in the first half. The Games of Life, Basketball and Football are all indeed won in The Second Half. The Second Half is referred to by some as a New Beginning, the fourth quarter, crunch time, gut check time or that point in the game and life when YOU realize its not too late but it’s Now or Never. Welcome To Life In The Second Half!

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William Epstein

Fremont Book Review Club

Using sports references to characterize the change in life to occur, once one allows God to lead one’s life, enhances the author’s point to readers and makes them more relatable to their current circumstances. Excellent read and highly recommended.

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Xulon Press

It is clear the author speaks from experience in letting circumstances get the best of a person and also letting God aid a person in overcoming his/her circumstances. His advice is cognizant of the different ways life can be difficult for people, due to their doing or not, and will be empowering words of wisdom readers will benefit from hearing.

The Book thrives on the author’s main point of not giving up as one’s life enters the second half in the game of life. As the author clarifies throughout the text, God places us in the second half to use the lessons we gained from the first half to be successful in the end for His glory.