Working on her knees in her flower garden for many years, Dena Baker found a place conducive to communion with God. What's in a Name will help you to see God and hear His Word through some of his most unique and beautiful creations: flowers. As the flowers bloom to fulfill the purpose for which they were created, you will be challenged to do the same. Share your heart with God and observe as He reveals Himself in the most wonderful and unusual ways. What's in a Name is ideal for devotionals, this audiobook will help you to see God in nature as members of the plant kingdom bring you inspiration, encouragement, and challenges.
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Maybe. I thought it was somewhat childish and not particularly deep, although I did learn a few things about flowers, and I might think of God or one of his characteristics the next time I see particular flowers in a garden. It was also a quick read - only about 45 minutes, which is not a big time investment.
This was my first Dena Baker book, and although she mispronounced a few things, her performance was good enough.
There isn't really a character in this book. I liked the part about rocks the best.
Maybe. I can see where it would make a good Christian nature film.
At times, the author really stretches things to suit her purposes - matching the names of flowers to match one of God's names or one of His characteristics, but maybe that's OK. This book isn't particularly deep, but I might think about God more when I look at flowers, and if that happens, it was worth it.
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