In this book, New York Times best-selling author Jentezen Franklin brings listeners a powerful message of hope using examples from biblical characters who knew the power of grabbing hold of the dreams and visions God gave them - and not letting go until they came to pass.
©2008 Jentezen Franklin; (P)2009 christianaudio.com
This download is perfect for those who have been incubating an idea, dream, passion for a some time, and need some guidance and encouragement to give birth to it. It is straight-to-the-point, has exciting stories, biblical references and real life examples from the author. It is indeed, Worth Hearing!!!.
just when I felt let down and out, God's word, which never passed away, spoke to me to pursue my dreams in my marriage and finances! Thanks Jentezen
This book was yet another astonishing book from Mr. Franklin. His story telling and break down of the Bible keeps me coming back looking for more titles from this blessed man of God..... I'm always touched and motivated by his inspiration, it keeps me in tuned with my faith.....love this book
This is the exact same book as "Take Hold of Your Dreams." I was hoping that I would get two different books because the titles were different, but Franklin published the same book under two titles.
It was exactly the same as "Take Hold of Your Dreams."
The reason I rate this book low is that it starts out with the exact same story as in Franklin's other book entitled "Take Hold of Your Dreams." When I started listening to this book I thought there was a mistake and the company had put his other book in the wrong box. No mistake. So I listened further to see what later chapters would hold. The other chapters are the same as his other book. If you buy "Believe That You Can" there is no need to buy "Take Hold of Your Dreams" book, it is the same book.
Franklin's writing is somewhat motivational and is solidly based on the Bible in many areas, however he did mention several ideas that he gave no scripture reference to and I found them somewhat hard to believe. They seemed like opinions and generalizations that could be true sometimes but not always.
My advice is to buy one or the other of the above mentioned books, but certainly not both.
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