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  • Apr 25, 2014

    bowte  from Anaconda, Montana, Rating:5.0

    This book points out some possible scenarios related on past Biblical Events. The author ties these events together in a captivating way to Keep reader from laying down the book.

  • Sep 20, 2014

    gerrih  from Charlottesville, VA, Rating:5.0

    Heaven Is for Real is the most wonderful book I have ever read.

  • SOMETHING TO MEDITATE ON DAILY

    Jun 12, 2014

    lois457  from TEXAS, Rating:5.0

    THIS LITTLE DEVOTIONAL BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME AS A GIFT. I NOW HAVE ORDERED MORE BOOKS FOR MY FAMILY. I CAN'T SAY ENOUGHT ABOUT HOW IT HELPS YOU START YOUR DAY REMINDED HOW GOD TAKES CONTROL OF ALL PROBLEMS IF YOU JUST LET HIM. WONDERFULLY WRITTEN BY SARAH YOUNG. I WOULD RECOMEND THIS FOR ALL CHRISTIANS TO READ DAILY.

  • 5 STAR BIBLE STUDY!

    Nov 15, 2014

    moonpie72  from Oklahoma, Rating:5.0

    Ann Spangler’s books are always a feast for the eyes and the spirit! I absolutely love this book and it will remain in my library to be used throughout the years. It is a wonderful 17 week Bible study that helped me dig deeper! I always want to improve my prayer life and get to know my Heavenly Father better, and this book definitely helped. Each chapter is divided into 5 days, Monday through Friday. On Mondays you will be introduced to a specific attribute of God. Included will be Bible study with questions. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays, there will be devotions guiding you in praying for the characteristic of God that week. Suggestions on the 5 parts of prayer (Meditation, Praise, Thanksgiving, Confession, and Petition) are given. These are to get you started on personalizing your prayer time. Fridays cover promises in scripture associated with God’s attribute. At the end is a section called, “Continued Prayer and Praise” with more scripture references you can use for you...

  • Jan 8, 2014

    patella28  from Philadelphia, Rating:5.0

    Was on a library waiting list for this book for two months. Finally, broke down and bought it. It was an extremely well-written, well-researched, well-documented view of Jesus of Nazereth. For anyone interested in the historical Jesus and his times, I can highly recommend this book. It explains so much.

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