©2008 Beth Moore; (P)2009 Oasis
I still love printed books and writing in the margins and underlining things, but this book is one that is great to walk or drive with and listen to over and over again, always gaining something new from it each time I listen to it.
Beth has such a great admiration and love for God and it shows in how she brings the books and the people of the Bible to light in her teachings and writings. I feel like I know Christ and the Apostle Paul so much better after listing to this book.
This is not really an appropriate question for this book as she isn't reading in character parts, but she does read similar to the way Beth would have presented her writing, with emotion and thoughtfulness.
This is a great read for those wanting to understand more about the life of Paul and his passion for spreading the Gospel and living for Christ. You can know a little or a lot about the Bible already, either way you will gain from this book.
I must admit that I am hooked. I have listened all the way through twice and I can guarantee I'll listen many more times. I have always felt a special fondness and admiration for the Apostle Paul. Beth's deep insights have de-mystified his life and teachings for me, and I have come away with an even deeper feeling of endearment for him. I definitely recommend this book to anyone who desires encouragement to finish the race well.
To Live as Christ, exceeded my expectation of a Beth Moore book. So many insights into the life of Paul. Every page is worth reading, I learned so many new things. Thanks Beth. The narration was not that great however. There were a lot of repeated phrases/sentences, mispronunciations, and once a starting over preceding with the word "sorry." One positive thing was the narrator's voice had a similar quality to Beth's.
The writing wasn't good quality. I won't go into detail on that. Her writing ability is not good, in my opinion. Very simple, flat, and repetitive.
Also, it felt like she was constantly trying to give a life lesson for any scripture rather than staying on point.
The reading was also flat and repetitive in tone. Not very much color.
I was happy to go through Paul's life chronologically, but it took alot of effort to finish this.
I feel inspired in the word. want more. this was a great insight into one truly amazing man in Christ. Paul journey had helped me with my own journey of faith.
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