This is a great book on habits and self-control. Dyck has done a great job in discussing from a Biblical standpoint, self-control, and habit-making. He doesn't just bust the Bible on the subject but also quotes science research to back up the importance of self-control and how it affects our lives. I found the information presented very interesting. I guess I had never linked self-control with my faith but Dyck has given me quite a bit to chew on. I struggle with procrastination and several other areas that I've tried to have more discipline on so the insights in this book have been helpful.
I like this quote from the book: "Self-control isn't just one good character trait, a nice addition to the pantheon of virtues. It's foundational." I agree with this statement. Self-control is very important not only for our earthly success but in our spiritual life as well.
I received a copy of this book from Moody Publishers in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed here are entirely my own.