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Do you know that God favors you? Is it easy to remember that when trouble strikes? No, but when author Brandy Bullock had to have emergency surgery for an ectopic pregnancy, she saw God's favor in her physical, spiritual, emotional, and even financial life firsthand.

God shows his favor to his children daily by blessing us abundantly and keeping us safe. When we walk by faith, we as believers should expect favor because we are children of the most high God. God's Unspeakable Favor is one woman's encounter with God's goodness, his mercy, and of course, his favor. Brandy's testimony is an encouragement for those facing trouble today.

©2011 Brandy D. Bullock (P)2011 Tate Publishing

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  • 12-24-16

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In one way, this book was okay. It was nice to hear another person's story about an ectopic pregnancy. However, that's all it was. I want to say that I liked this book because the author makes it clear that she felt compelled by God to write this book. It just wasn't for me. She shared her story but nothing really about how to move forward from an ectopic pregnancy. She also didn't seem to experience the same sense of loss and fear that I had when going through this. The book felt very flat. She already had two kids, (just having her most recent 3 months ago in the story) and she wasn't trying to get pregnant/didn't even know she was pregnant. I guess everybody's story is different, and either way it's a sad thing. But this book just annoyed me when I wanted to relate to it.

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  • 10-15-11

Nice to hear another's personal experience

The story was well written. It was nice to hear how she too relied on God to get her through. However, I found the narrator's voice annoying. The way she talked was not the tone or style of most audiobooks. It was a little distracting.

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