I didn't get the print version, as I have very limited time to read.
So many great quotes in this book! I listen to it repeatedly, to keep my mind focused on Biblical truth. Because I have received Christ by faith, I can access His power over food temptations by faith, and have seen this happen repeatedly as I follow Lysa's counsel to
Jill does a great job with expression, and her enthusiasm helped me feel Lysa's encouragement. I rated the reading 4 stars instead of 5 because of a few mispronounced words that initially confused me. These were obvious mistakes that should have been fixed by a review before final production, in my opinion.
I have studied the issue of wine in the Bible (mentioned in the first 2 minutes of the chapter on over-indulgence), and believe Lysa's pastor was dead-wrong and woefully ignorant to surmise the wine at Cana was alcoholic in nature. The scriptural evidence is overwhelming; get out a Strong's concordance and check out every reference to wine, you will find the same word is used for grape juice and for alcohol, and the meaning is determined by the context. Prov. 23:29-35 and other passages that are clearly talking about alcohol are undeniably against its consumption. Further, the Bible consistently uses yeast and fermentation to picture sin. In addition to these Biblical reasons, I also own a copy of a booklet by a pastor who visited Israel many years ago, and was able to see firsthand examples of traditional
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