Who wouldn't want to sit in those chairs beside the beach? Chosen as my summer folly, this book turned out to be a lurching, disjointed, and almost painful listen. Narrator Robin Miles does a nice job, but despite her efforts I had to force myself to return to this recording, often feeling I had been caught in an undertow. I would have enjoyed this book if it had not included painful interruptions of that terrible play. The best thing about the book was it's cover. The picture, fonts and layout captivated my attention. Too bad I couldn't have just bought a poster.
Sampling this title got me really excited about listening to it, but the actual production is the opposite of my expectations. A book of lists without a coherent history/story makes very dry listening. Great for putting one's self to sleep.
Watchman Nee presents the idea that as descendants of Adam we existed in and with him from the beginning and now are subject to fallen natures. All Christians should be familiar with the secrets in this Christ centered book, understanding why we need redemption and how Christ's sacrifice satisfies that need. Highly recommended.
Very valuable and interesting information presented in a classroom manner, a little dry and could be boring except the content is fascinating. Will listen to repeatedly. Downloaded the PDF which is helpful but I feel could use some fleshing out. I am using what I have learned a lot. I recommend this book to everyone.
Get the most important tasks done first thing in the morning. I liked her repeated mentions of using that time for prayer. Short listen with some repetition, worth listening to. Looking forward to more from this author.
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