God's Favor - Breath Of Heaven

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  • Title: God's Favor - Breath Of Heaven
  • Author: Michele Woolley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. I have read hundreds of Christian books in my life but this one was different. Honest, sincere look at the life of an ordinary person and how she overcame tragedy, financial ruin and learned how to change her thinking. She uses positive insight into many problems people face today without even realizing it. What we think may be the issues in our lives may not even be the case. She has a strong faith and explains how God has turned her life around and blessed her beyond what she could have ever i [...]

    2. My daughter bought this book for herself from a referral from a girl in her youthgroup. She was struggling with identity issues, her faith and her place in the world. After the divorce of her father and I she started to go down hill and spending time with kids in trouble. She started to drink, skip school and sneak out of the house at night. She hid the book from me but I started to see gradual changes in her behavior and attitude. She rededicated her life to the Lord and shared with me about th [...]

    3. "God's FAVOR Breath of Heaven" is the type of book that you can pick up when you feel low, and be inspired. It recharges your battery and helps you to see how all the pieces of life fit together. I recommend that you keep this book close at hand, like I do, so that you can refer back to it often.

    4. Heartfelt and inspiring journey of one woman to overcome a hard life. Inspires me to trust God to lead me and know He will never let me down.

    5. A simple but uplifting read. It reminded me of a friend encouraging you to keep going when you simply don't feel like it. It's a book worth returning to when times get difficult.

    6. I highly recommend this book for someone new to a relationship with Christ or someone who feels alone and hopeless.

    7. This was an awesome book. :D It's little, but sometimes, " The smallest things can be better than the bigest. "

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