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Human beings were created to reflect the image of God - but only to a limited extent. Although we share important attributes with God (love, mercy, compassion, etc.), there are other qualities that only God possesses, such as unlimited power, knowledge, and authority. At the root of all sin is our rebellious desire to be like God in such ways - a desire that first manifested itself in the Garden of Eden.

In None Like Him, Jen Wilkin leads us on a journey to discover 10 ways God is different from us - and why that's a good thing. In the process she highlights the joy of seeing our limited selves in relation to a limitless God and how such a realization frees us from striving to be more than we were created to be.

©2016 eChristian (P)2016 eChristian

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So much!

What a beautifully read book! There is so much depth and wisdom that I'm sure I will listen to it many more times. The author does an exceptional job of making a complex subject understandable. It was enlightening!

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This book was recommended by a female friend from church. At first glance, I likened her book recommendation, “None Like Him”, to that of offering up a movie night of “Bridges of Madison County” to a Pirate. Never one to forego an opportunity to learn something new, however, I channeled my fatherhood dives into makeup and dress-up night with my daughters and blocked some time to give it a listen with an open heart.

Four hours later, I sat in silence. Trying to grasp the awesomeness of what I had just taken in. Like being drawn graciously out of cold incompetence and gently guided into the warm light of awareness. I felt at peace, and yet ever smaller by comparison to our Lord. By the end, I was no longer a pirate, but a little boy with a wooden sword.

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One of the most important reads for spiritual growth!

Spiritual formation should begin with looking at our maker lest we get discouraged by looking at ourselves. I have made this mistake millions of times but this book cast my eyes toward God in a beautiful, concise way. I plan to read and re-read it to set my eyes where they should be!

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YES

So often we try to make ourselves God, this book is a powerful reminder that we are not God and that is a good thing! I highly recommend this book for teens and up (younger too, but they might need some help to fully understand)

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Fabulous!

This is second of her books that I have read/listened to and it is amazing! I highly recommend reading all of her books. She is an annointed woman of God.

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Author reads. totally relatable!

I really enjoyed how personal and relatable this book felt all because Jen read it!

As for subject matter, each chapter unearthed a hidden thought pattern that was unBiblical. The questions and focus verses in the back lead to deeper reflection.

In summary, easy to enter in and also a path to go deep with the Lord if you choose.

Jen, can we go get coffee? My treat.

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great content to reflect upon

I enjoyed this good read. this brought up good points to think of regarding our concerns of God and our relationship with God.

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Relatable theology

Excellent theology of the differences between us and god. presented and written in a way that is relatable and easy to understand. very helpful to my Christian walk.

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Great listen, since I am always on the go now.

this book was recommended by my pastor. I am so glad I got it and got to listen to it. I have 2 jobs so I hardly have time to read an actual book. I feel like I do need to go a second time with it, so will be doing that in the near future.

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Concise and convicting

I liked how each chapter focused on a different aspect of the character of God. The chapters were short enough to be concise and easy to read, but with enough substance to have something to think and pray about for a long time.