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"What Are The Odds?" By Mike Lindell Is An Amazing Read

"What Are The Odds?" Offers Hope

As if manufacturing the world's best pillow to make our lives better isn't enough, Mike Lindell goes the extra mile to pen a book to encourage all readers that no matter how far you've sunk, you can turn your life around.

Mike's story focuses on the self-destructing aspects of addiction, but if you've ever made big mistakes you regret or wonder if you've missed your chance at a better life, you will be inspired by Mike's personal account.

Mike Lindell's book is a wildly interesting story.

When a fisherman catches a large fish, its size gets bigger every time he tells the story.  Mike is a masterful storyteller, so when he shares his personal experiences, you wonder how so many bad things could happen to one person and he still be alive to tell about it.

Mike's parents divorced when he was a young boy, and the painful impact of that significant life event affected him more than he realized.  He developed a gambling addiction which caused him to both win and lose substantial amounts of money for decades.  He was a bar owner who made sure his patrons had a good time by pulling some wild and crazy stunts.  He had run-ins with bookies and drug dealers and dangerous brushes with death.  He was in multiple freak accidents and walked away unharmed.  People around him who were supposed to be business allies tried to steal MyPillow, and he had to fight to keep his company alive and in his control.  Eventually, his cocaine abuse progressed to crack addiction, and he lost his home, his wife, his family, and even spent time in jail.  Mike reached a point in his life where he couldn't go any lower unless it was six feet under.  

Sometimes, Mike's stories sound like embellished, tall tales, much like a fisherman, but they aren't.  How can one person experience so many blows and turn out a successful millionaire and CEO of his own company?  Mike himself often wondered, "What are the odds?"    
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"What Are The Odds?" Is A Story About Faith

Even though Mike wasn't a Christian to start, God would give him dreams, visions, and prophetic words, even though he didn't realize at the time what these things were or what to do with them.  Mike sprinkles many of these fascinating God encounters throughout the book.

Sometimes, we wrongly assume God only talks to people we deem the most spiritual.  God wants to talk to YOU.  Why?  Because God loves you, He wants a relationship with you, He handcrafted a specific calling for your life, and He wants to help you walk in the destiny for which He created you.  No one is here by chance--your life has a purpose.  No one knows you better than your Creator, and He's the only one who can save you when you've slipped off course.

As you read Mike's story, you see how God relentlessly pursued him like the Good Shepherd.  God spoke through many people, including Mike, to let him know He had something "important" for Mike to do that involved a "platform."  As Mike began turning away from his self-harming addictions and reaching out to God, he found the inner strength and the faith to stop gambling and doing drugs--even though drugs was something that had consumed him 24/7 for decades.  With God, nothing is impossible!

God is using Mike to accomplish His purposes because Mike is willing.  Are you?

Eventually, Mike realized he believed in God and knew a lot about Him, but he had still never handed Jesus the steering wheel to his life.  At a special retreat, Mike finally surrendered his life to God, and it was like a movie of his life replayed in his mind's eye--he saw Jesus had been with him through it all.  

Mike learned there are "core memories," or primary points of pain, in a person's life that are like spiderwebs shooting poison silk into every area of life.  Once broken areas are recognized and acknowledged, healing can take place, and Jesus is the Healer.

"What Are The Odds?" Shares How MyPillow Was Born & How It Grew

It's hard to watch television and not come across one of Mike's MyPillow ads--they are lengthy, but charming and endearing.  Mike seems like a sweet teddy bear, though one author suggests he's constitutes the new sexy bad boy (read why).   Getting MyPillow off the ground, however, posed a host of challenges, so hearing an entrepreneur describe the trials of jumpstarting the successful company we know and love is very interesting.

"What Are The Odds?" Documents Mike's Journey From A Crack House To The White House

For much of his life, Mike was terrified to speak publicly.  Now, he's spoken at college convocations, rallies, Christian programming, and even hosted his own documentary on election fraud.  He's rubbed elbows with President Trump, Ben Carson, and so many other important figures.

Mike's words are motivating because they come from his heart.

Mike remains a humble man with a generous heart who wants to help others by sharing the grace and mercy of Jesus.  God's redeeming power is available to anyone who wants to turn their lives around and achieve their dreams.  Mike established the Lindell Recovery Network to help addicts who want to break free from their destructive habits and lifestyles, and Mike's own life is a testimony that it can happen.

When you have Jesus, the impossible always become possible.  

Mike Reveals All The Skeletons In His Closet Himself

Many have wondered if Mike will run for governor in his home state of Minnesota.  He has toyed with the idea, but has said he wouldn't run for dog catcher until the voter fraud is sorted out.

The political Left in our country hates Mike because he's a conservative, so they have already coordinated a hit job on him by pressuring corporations to drop his MyPillow from their stores.  No worries.  Patriots have his back and keep ordering enough to compensate for his lost revenue stream.  

Should Mike actually run for office, he has taken the wind out of the sails of anyone assigned to do opposition research on him.  There are no skeletons to find and scandalize because Mike lays out all his many sins in What Are The Odds?   He's done bad things, but he admits them, he's repented, and he's a different man now.  His life bears the fruit of his transformation.  If God be for him, who can be against him?

Mike Lindell does not fear the media, nor does he bow the knee to avoid cancellation.

Mike Lindell Deserves Your Support

If you know someone who suffers from addiction and has lost hope, What Are The Odds? would make an inspiring gift.  For those of us who've never tried drugs, the book is a real eye opener to help us get inside an addict's mind to better understand their struggle.  

Does MyPillow really give you the best sleep of your life?  Read here for a product review.  

What Are The Odds? could be a TV movie.  Even brilliant works of fiction pale in comparison to the action and drama in Mike's book.  It is a must-read, so be sure to snag your copy today.  

God spared Mike Lindell for a reason.  We will continue to watch the story and the purpose unfold.

Mike feels like part of the family after you've seen his commercials for a while.


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