Cling is now available! It is my earnest prayer that God will meet each and every reader in a special way and, as a dear sister expressed, create an army of CLINGers—people who choose a lifestyle of intimacy with God. By God’s grace, it is both possible and powerfully rich!
A note about availability: the book is immediately available online. Although, Amazon apparently ran out of stock filling the pre-orders of the paperback. You can still order, though, as it should be restocked very shortly. Also, as of this post, the Kindle version is not yet paired with the paperback, so I will share separate links for those. It may take up to ten days before it is available in stores. The accompanying DVD is showing a release date of March 15.
However, Discovery House Publishers has both the book and DVD in stock now.
Here are a few links to purchase:
Finally, I know many of you are not on social media, so I thought I’d share my post from yesterday—my thoughts on the release of Cling.
On the eve of CLING’s release, I am not hyped or amped. I am listening to worship music and wrecked. Sitting here wondering, How on earth did this book get written?
Cling is a verb. It assumes action on our part, a steadfast heart toward God. But lest anyone be confused, I didn’t write this book as a declaration of anything I’ve done. It’s not because I’ve been so faithful in clinging to God, or so wise, or so godly.
I can only hold fast to God because He has tenaciously held me close.
I wrote the book as a declaration of God’s mercy and grace and fierce love. I had to proclaim His faithfulness, because I’ve seen Him remain faithful when I’m not clinging. I’ve seen His grace and strength when I’ve cried out in weakness. I’ve seen the power of His word to transform my attitudes, feelings, thoughts, and ways. I was able to write CLING despite myself, because the lovingkindness of God is great, and He is mighty in power.
I’m grateful for the book’s release tomorrow. And you better believe we will celebrate. But mostly I am in awe of the ways in which God uses us in our weakness to manifest His glory.
“But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, so that the surpassing greatness of the power will be of God and not from ourselves” (2 Corinthians 4:7).