©2007 Ravi Zacharias; (P)2007 Zondervan
Ravi is always a very cogent thinker, but this book struck me a more than just his normal insightful teaching. Rather than being being an essay on a single theme, this to me seemed to be a type of "unifier" of the themes that God writes on our lives each day. A particuarly helpful book if you are seeking for God's pattern in your life.
Ravi Zacharias is a public speaker as well as an author, and he is the perfect narrator for this beautifully written, inspiring book. The Grand Weaver works well in the audible format although a number of times I have stopped the recording in order to write down something that is especially notable. Well worth the purchase.
yes The book is encouraging to me as I pass through difficult times, as the author reminds me in many poignant stories how God truly works. All things are in His hands.
The book reminded me of 'Trusting God' by Jerry Bridges. Both books gave me a peace about knowing I could trust God with my life & experiences.
Non-Fiction, Sci-Fi, and Classic Fiction bibiophile.
in general, i love books read by the author and the Grand Weaver did not disappoint. I was encouraged to self-examine and inspired to see the possibilities of a life given to God's will.
Ravi uses stories to get the reader thinking about the complex idea of purpose in terms of tangible, relate-able, events.
So good that i have now bought the paperback for my notes.
I've experienced both. I enjoyed hearing Ravi's tender voice delivering his message of love.
Regarding apologetics I believe Rabi Zacharias is one of the best if not the best militant in my personal opinion, the man knows his word, and eficiently transforms ignorance into enlightment with the help of the word of God. GREAT BOOK.
My goal is to read 52 books in 1 year! I read 33 last year!
Ravi Zacharias is a philosopher and genius. Our world needs more minds like his. He traces how God uses the problems we face in our lives to create a bigger picture.
God is always working in us, even when we cannot see it.
I fully recommend this book. One of Ravi's 5 best books!
I cannot rate this book as it will not open on the kindle it was downloaded to. I cannot re-download the audiobook.
I would like to be able to hear it as I know Ravi is an excellent writer and speaker.
Excellent book. A great listen indeed. The analogy drawn between God and a 'sari weaver' is an interesting one indeed.
I also like the part where Ravi says that "perhaps the point of the story of the prodigal son was the elder son". It makes you think.
Enjoyed this book and his narration. I always come away with new insights.
He informs, enlightens and enspires. Looking forward to new works.
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