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One in a Million

Journey to Your Promised Land
Narrated by: Lisa Renee Pitts
Length: 8 hrs and 8 mins
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The Egyptians in Exodus 1 were intent on enslaving the Israelites, wearing them down so that God's chosen people would become disillusioned and not live up to their destiny. Of the original two million Israelites who received God's invitation to enter the Promised Land, only two actually entered it!

Similarly, modern day Christians often hear and understand the promises of God each Sunday morning at church but then rarely choose to experience them in everyday life. In One in a Million, Bible teacher Priscilla Shirer invites us to change that pattern for good, living beyond our circumstances and expecting to see God move in miraculous ways day after day.

Without a doubt, we can find and follow God's purpose for our journey. We can make it to the Promised Land!

©2018 eChristian (P)2018 eChristian

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Timely book as I enter a new phase of life

In my current life transition, this book was written just for me. Almost everything is what I can relate to now or I tucked it away for what I could be facing in the future. I will listen to this book again again when I am struggling with life and know it will help catapult me to the next level.

The reader had good inflection but I didn't appreciate some of her pronunciations or the weird way she would slow down her speech in an unnatural flow. it was most annoying.

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