Craig, does a great job, by taking a complex subject and with care and decrement points the ways to help a christian come to realization of what we are doing that corrupts our relationship with christ
just a little dog poop.....the concept that a little bad stuff in brownies spoils the entire brownie batch
His passion for others
YUP, but had to get some work done too
If you are wondering why you are feeling neglected by God, this is a great book for you. It reminds you that, God never forsakes you. You just tune God out.
It was a decent read/listen.
I really liked how the author intertwined so much fact you sometimes forgot what was fact or fiction.
It kept me wanting to go back to it and finish it. I have already starting eyeing a few other books by Seth Grahame-Smith
Personally this was a hard book to read/listen too, because the honest truth in it was overwhelming at times.
I didn't really the formula approach to over coming the addictions, but in all honestly and truth, it made sense. Fundamentally it holds true to the christian values that it is preaching.
One struggle I seemed to have with it, was the simple fact of announce you are a sinner and all will be good. That doesn't always happen. Your wife may not be able to forgive you because you acted on your sin desire. Personally that part was over looked.
But I agree with the concept that you have to acknowledged your sin, especially to the ones that are touched by your sin.
I have been eyeing this book for a month or so, trying to figure out if this is a book I need to read (listen too). I am so glad I took the plunge and have enjoyed it.
The message is very challenging, I struggle sometimes with my relationship with God.
Through this book, I have realized that I want to move into a much deeper relationship with God, I want to know him, and he wants me to know him.
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