This book was so down to earth it was refreshing. It brought out how we Christians really feel, sometimes, without getting ugly or over intimate. I recommend it to anyone who is looking for a read without supernatural or super-violent breakneck content. I think both author and performer did a great job.
This teaching is very well orchestrated and delivered. It banishes some preconceived notions that I had about the attitudes in that period of time. Very well done.
This book, both narrative and story, is excellent. The author has handled a tragic situation with grace. She has gently peeled away pain, involuntary disgrace, and the accumulated covers that we sometimes protect ourselves with and poured in God's love. In one situation I expected a physical reconciliation but the author did not focus on the physical but rather the all encompassing Spirit of God's love that is able to repair any damage. This is well worth the credit or cash.
This was an excellent read! It tells the story of how we can love with everlasting results. I found it refreshing and sometimes spine tingling. This is one book which is off the beaten track.
This is a GREAT book. It is Christian fiction at the highest level! I'm not really fond of fantasy novels and I chose this book because of the good reviews, nevertheless, it deserves the 5 star rating. It is fast paced and full! I especially like the way the author handled situations in relationships which could have turned out to be compromising. I think teenagers as well as adults will enjoy this volume.
This is a work of fiction. Thank God!! The performance and the story are so expertly written I kept wondering throughout the narration could one person so influence the lives of so many? I'm a Christian and I know that one man did, J.C., my Lord.
This book is a must read for every Christian and every citizen who loves this nation. The historical facts related in the book are TRUE. This is an excerpt from an internet search I did regarding George Washington and St. Paul's Chapel:
"George Washington prayed at St. Paul's Chapel after his inauguration as the first president of the United States in 1789. He continued to worship at St. Paul's until the capital of the United States moved from New York to Philadelphia in 1790."
St. Paul's Chapel's locale - across the street from ground zero! It was the only structure in the proximity left standing after the collapse of the twin towers!!
Be prepared to have a personal encounter with God, speaking through his prophet.
This was an excellent read! Written as if it were talking about something happening today without any religious stigmas. I enjoyed it very much.
This book seemed to be at first a Christian testimony of how an amputee triumphed over the odds and won a skiing award. Part one of the book was very well written; void of any offensive language or material. Part two was exactly the opposite. Vulgar language and explicit sex scenes are offensive to me therefore I chose not to complete this book. Although there were no descriptive sex scenes by the author in the book as far as I read, the casual reference to them by the author's companions was enough! Underneath it all I sensed an attempt for this character to find a place for himself in this world. I hope he accomplished that. Perhaps there is a sequel, which is more of my taste in reading material, about that accomplished end.
This book is a story, in my opinion, written for men. It is a non-christian remembrance of a man's life (and his hopes for future generations?? ) Profanity as well as sexual situations are in in the content of the story but again, in my opinion, these references do not overwhelm the story in itself. I say that as a person who is highly sensitive to both. I prefer novels that include the work of Jesus Christ in the lives of the characters and I don't see that here.
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