Reviews by michael.wms0216
On 7/15 michael.wms0216 wrote: From what I read online, through Google, there is a prayer of Habakkuk, in which this book is inspired. This prayer says, simply: “Lord, I have heard of your fame; I stand in awe of your deeds, Lord. Renew them in our day, in our time make them known; in wrath remember mercy.” Words cannot do justice ... great book, great insight
On 6/30 michael.wms0216 wrote: The biggest thing that really helps me is that I can pick up this book and pretty much every time, find something in it that really helps me put things into perspective. I could be going through a very deserted valley in my faith and find just the right thought, as expressed by Dr. Graham, or find myself ... what a wonderful blessing
On 6/13 michael.wms0216 wrote: He helps you to really see "road blocks," for lack of a better word, that are keeping or restricting you from getting further faster. John Maxwell arranges this book in order to help you see the link between what your dream really means and how to allow it to flourish it to where it becomes a method ... put your dream to the test... the maxwell way!
On 4/25 michael.wms0216 wrote: What we lose sight of, is that it is not actually myself that is doing the providing for what expenses I incur on a monthly basis. God, to get at the root of tithing, has provided us with the income, no matter how small or large,... He leaves us with the free will to choose, "God gave me a little paycheck ... tithing spiritual discipline
On 2/19 michael.wms0216 wrote: In Fasting, McKnight reveals fasting as a responsive act, a natural response to grief. Body Plea, Body Turning, Body Grief, Body Discipline, all practices of the act of fasting and Scot dives deep into the history of the people of God as they unify themselves as a body of believers in worship. Fasting ... body poverty
On 11/25 michael.wms0216 wrote: especially in it's compact hardback size, to carry around and what a quick read it was, also! It shares with us that communication is key and learning to find balanace through planning is an important way to prevent you from becoming a workaholic! 22 devotions, and a 20-plus question and answer section ... WHAT A GREAT BOOK! LOVE IT!
On 11/4 michael.wms0216 wrote: In my opinion, this is definitely a great book to read together as a family. I feel like, as you are reading a "This Day In History" moment, it provides a solid opportunity for parents and children to learn together about this great country. It makes me think back to my school days, and how, whether ... Great, Insightful history, perfect for families!
On 11/1 michael.wms0216 wrote: I'm ashamed to say that this is my first Max Lucado book. I grew up thinking his books would be too preachy. Boy, was I wrong. Let's just say, I've already got a half a dozen books of his so far, since finishing Outlive Your Life and I'm so excited about burning through them as well! Outlive Your Life ... everyone can do something