Amazing Encounters with God: Stories to Open Your Eyes to His Power
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Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2011
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Mac Powell of Third Day called Clayton King's previous book, Dying to Live, "A must-read." An evangelist and missionary, Clayton has spoken to millions, including hundreds of thousands in the teen-to-thirties age group in the U.S.
Through his firsthand stories in Amazing Encounters with God, believers will see freshly that they can step back and be amazed by God...as Clayton is after
- poking around in a dark church basement
- meeting a drunken millionaire on an airplane
- considering a horse sticking his head through barbed wire
- having a surprise encounter with the IRS
- seeing a baby born dead...and God's credibility in a whole village start to crumble
A great reminder that God speaks through ordinary occurrences, using ordinary things to reveal Himself.
"He is still close, maybe as close as the next person you meet, the next song you hear, or the next conversation you have."
--Ed Stetzer, co-author of Transformational Church
--David Nasser, author, pastor, Christ City Church, Birmingham, Alabama
--Pastor Matthew Barnett, founder of the Dream Center
Mom to RichardCharleston area, South CarolinaGender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Inspiring and uplifting!January 31, 2013Mom to RichardCharleston area, South CarolinaGender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I originally read this book when I saw it on my son's coffee table at Christmas time and enjoyed it so much that I came home and ordered 7 copies to give away to family and friends. I've also re-read it again and enjoyed it just as much the second time! It appears that Clayton King certainly did have Amazing Encounters (and some simply pleasant encounters :-)) With God because he is wholly devoted to serving him.