Posted by: Jill Potts Jones | August 19, 2012

‘Spiritually Stronger in 40 Days’ by Serge Roux-Levrat

What comes easy doesn’t generally make us stronger.  In order to become stronger physically, you must develop your muscles and that takes work and time.  In order to lead a healthy life, we must make a decision to eat healthy and exercise and do those things that would keep us healthy.  Becoming spiritually stronger is no different.

Serge Roux-Levrat leads us on a 40 day journey to becoming spiritually stronger.  Each day for 40 days you will be searching inside yourself, inside the Scriptures and inside God’s heart to find answers within yourself.  Taking this journey requires time, faith and commitment.   But anything worth having is worth working for, right?

The only drawback is that the book comes in Kindle only.  Now, if you are a Kindle lover and receive all of your books by e-book, you may not find this a disadvantage; however, I prefer books requiring a daily viewing to be a physical book.  The daily homework requires thought but worth the results in the end.

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About the Author  “By many world criteria, Serge Roux-Levrat had a very successful start in life. He was born in Bourgoin-Jallieu, France, to a middle-class family, where he received love and sound principles. He had a privileged education, including an Actuarial Degree from the “Institut de Science Financière et d’Assurances” of the University of Lyons, and an MBA from the University of Edinburgh Business School. He also completed the General Manager Program of the Harvard Business School. In 1995, he married his wife, Barbara, and they procreated two children.

Throughout his career, he was able to work for some of the world’s most admired companies, and at the age of 37 he realized a life-long ambition: to become CEO of a publicly quoted company. In this capacity, he had the privilege of joining the world elite at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in 2001.

By all appearances, his life was great. Internally, however, he was restless and unhappy, and was searching for the true meaning of life. He sought success by climbing the corporate ladder, but slowly realized that success did not equal joy or peace or purpose; and he felt guilty not to be happy when life had dealt him such a good hand of cards compared to millions of other people.

In 2001, all this was to change: in one day his world was turned upside down when he lost his coveted job as CEO. What followed was a seven-year period of soul-searching in what he calls “God’s detoxification clinic.” Here, he found Jesus – not a religion, not a set of rules to follow, not an ideology, not a philosophy, but a real person, alive, loving, and all-powerful. Here, he learned to put his trust and sense of security only in God – not in money, not in social standing, and not in professional success. Here, the unconditional, unfaltering love of God changed his whole life, mindset, and priorities.

As a result, he has responded to God’s calling to serve as Ambassador of Jesus Christ and to work, together with the body of Christ, towards a Christian revival in Europe. He operates through SRL Ministries.”

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the CWA Review Crew as part of its Book Review Blogger Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”



  1. “Spiritually stronger in 40 days!” contains a 40-day plan that is so powerful, yet so simple, that everybody can go through it. Big achievements are always accomplished little by little. The world is changed one life at a time.

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