Yes! Yes! Yes! You see, this book is one of the few which is based on the iconic self-study course "A course in miracles". The original course is very heavy. The language and the ideas are written in an academic writing style. When I first heard the text I was amazed but also felt a little helpless. The ideas are so different and the language makes it a job understanding it. It sent me on a journey looking for a teacher. There are many. And they make a lot of money. This is where this comes in: Unlike other skilled teachers Louise use a daily language. No foregin words. This book helps you dare to think about trying to think differently. If you have not read the course itself please buy this gem. Like a safety blanket this removes a lot of fear and since love does not dissolve but it is hidden behind fear. I do not like regulær self-help books but titles based on the course are not your regular self-help. I love miracles changing from fear to love.
This book is like a pearl: Everyone can use and enjoy it.
The book is a moment: Everything makes perfectly good sense.
No. She is truly genuine.
The healing you find within yourself.
Amazingly compact. Fantastic!
This was not "just another romance novel". It felt authentic and the strict Bishop is one of the most well-written characters in this clean amazingly written Christian series. Ada scene where a woman dares to speak-up after 30 year's and you have this book.
Book one in this series: "Plain promise" the first book introduces us to Jonas who. i really wish was a new person.
The Bishop is introduced to his wife' stash and goes bananas
Faith: The untold pain truth.
I have not read the printed edition. However, this is narration-art which needs to be awarded. Rarely have I heard anything close to this. Outstanding just like the narration for "The help".
The fact this story was written in the pressent, even when we clearly follow them over decades. You do 't notice but it wraps you in and you can't stop listening.
Luther and Omar.
Yes. Why did it have to end?
Credit worthy an instant Audible essential.
Surprising,heart-breaking and well-written
I would let each chapter be told by a different character. This should be a series. The last filthy minutes tried to wrap it up too fast. This book should be required reading in this day and age.
The heartbreaking song to the girl he loves
Yes: When he saw what he lost
Do not let my rating hold you back. It is painfully true. Sadly too short.
All listening experiences are worth it.
Sad but true:A typical horrible experiences turned into book.
A whole lot. Plus some details should have been taken out because this is sadly a book sex-offenders might get some stupid danger filled ideas from . I wish an expert would have looked through it to remove excplit scenes.
Yes. The endibg. It is an important idea and every adult and teen needs to listen to it.
Yes. Skip the health-workers advice in future books
It is a must.
Totally credit proof.
I have not read the printed version. If you have reduced vision: Do NOT let the narrator stop you! I bought this because I wanted a scripture-based listen: And boy! This is what I hoped "Everyday a Friday" by Joel Osteen would be like. I returned Joel's book because it did not have enough scriptures. This on the other hand is filled. My advice: Take the scriptures out while listening so you can see for yourself. This book is not done in one sitting: I used three days on this. Still, I will be going back again and again.
You can change your thoughts.
No, I do wish they used another narrator… This is after all and updated edition
No. I rather come back!
Every. Christian need this audiobook.
I have never heard ( eh, read...) the book. However, my thought shows it all: This book is being read not listened to you read it with your heart.
If you ever have tuned into his sermons you know what you get:"Life will get better because you as the reader is important to God"
The best is yet to come.
This book is like a cake for all: Osteen offends no one. He thinks we all have great things ahead. Even non-Christians.
A self-Development book.
He callms you.
This day will never come back once it is gone we will never get it back.
Yes: This fantastic idea of a clean romance series for adults is a thril. Whilst, this plot is top slick, it takes you back to the amish world. The characters remains the same.The main characters though differs from book to book. The things I adore are the ouls coming back.
The ending should be realistic.
Every book is worthy our time.
Pick up book #1. So perfect.
Sure! I love this series and the spin-off books. Three stars does not mean it is quite good. Book one had such a fantastic plot which is unfair to the other plots. My favorite part of this entire series is the safety. When I am sad or stressed I turn t on( Boo one, not this.) and I visit Jonas( I wish he could be a real person I could talk to and play chess with.) If you wonder why I have not written about book one here it is because I am a member of Audible UK site as well. When I look at the total titles bought this year on this site alone I jump. Why do I include this personal thoughts? Because I want you to understand that the titles I share with you are titles I either:
a.) ***** Five stars are fab
b.) **** Four stars: Great but not on rep on my phone
c.) *** Three stars Worth money or the credit - because I love an author or a series.
d.) ** A clear credit change no matter who reads or wrote the book
e.) * One star: Should NEVER have been published
The reason I feel it is an idea to give this scale is because I do not want you to miss this great listen. It is a series for those of us who are a Christian or those of us who want a romance without any X-rated scenes.
Yes! Yes! Yes! For Pete sake I gave it three stars. I did not give it one. Sadly many of her books are not for sale due to my region.
She reads it so perfectly: I can hear Jonas. Oh ¨, Jonas.
Too stupid too answer but YES!
I think those enjoying reality shows might enjoy this. A story about a chic lady, living locked with the rich and famous. One cheating husband crushed it all. This could be chic-lit but I was exploring the plot BEFORE it happend. A very good chic-lit contains a great laughter, one too many bills and a couple you love.
I dissliked the main character and thought hard not to give in. I held my breathe and I got through it.
The narrator did a great job much better than the plot deserved.
" out of easy".
She nailed every character. Wow!
Yes: The news reporter rocked!
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