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Number of Pages: 224
Publication Date: 2008
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judySpencerville, OhAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5November 17, 2010judySpencerville, OhAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5There is a workbook and DVD that goes with this book on prayer and together it makes a great Bible study or Growth Group topic. The book stands alone if you are looking for a book on prayer that gives you a different perspective. It is thought-provoking and an easy read. J.W.
Jana Hege5 Stars Out Of 5January 8, 2009Jana HegeI picked up this book because I kept hearing a certain "echo" in my own life and wanted to get the author's take on it. I am so glad I did. This book really opened my eyes to listening for God's voice in the everyday. Margaret Feinberg is extremely relatable and gives wonderful examples in every chapter. She writes in a clear, friendly voice that makes you feel like you're chatting with a friend instead of being talked down to by someone wiser than you.This is a book I will pick up time and time again, just to remind myself to open my heart and mind to what God wants to say to me.
MimiladybugDelawareGender: female4 Stars Out Of 5August 24, 2008MimiladybugDelawareGender: femaleThis is the type of book that causes the reader to think in different ways from the norm and to want to delve deeper into your own relationship with God. Whether you agree or disagree with everything Ms. Feinberg says, you will be forced to think of prayer and God's love in different ways.
Tirzah1 Stars Out Of 5August 20, 2008TirzahI would first like to say that I am a Born-again Bible believing Christian. Before reading each chapter of this book, I asked the Lord to give me wisdom and discernment, to not be overly critical and to have an understanding heart. As each chapter was reviewed it was weighed against the whole of Scripture. I believe that Ms. Feinberg has a sincere desire to serve the Lord and encourage others in their personal walk with the Lord. She no doubt is a talented writer.I found a few things to be untrue. Ms. Feinberg speaks of unanswered prayers. God answers EVERY prayer. He may not answer it the way we desire for Him to or in our timing, but He does answer our prayers. All of our prayers are heard if we truly are believers and followers of the Lord Jesus Christ. Our main focus should be to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by conforming to His will not our own. We need to be equipped in the knowledge of His word. To not only read it but to study to make sure that we are not tossed to and fro with winds of doctrine.With that being said, I am very disappointed that yet another writer and publisher have fallen into the false doctrine of the Emerging Church.Does anyone study their Bible anymore? Or do these "Christians" just go with the latest trend or whatever makes them feel good? 2 Timothy tells us in Chapter 3, verses 16-17:"All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work"I would also like to mention the fact that Ms. Feinberg brings up how she and her husband were amazed and disgusted by the mega churches and their Miracle-Gro formulas yet she endorses Rob Bell one of the largest deceivers in the Emergent movement.I wish I had a good review to give, however I am grieved that more people will be deceived by the Emerging Church. 2 Timothy 4:1-5
Located in: Colorado
Submitted: May 08, 2008
Tell us a little about yourself. A popular speaker at churches and leading conferences such as Fusion, Catalyst, and LeadNow, Margaret Feinberg invites people to discover the relevance of God and His Word in a modern world. Audiences love her ability to connect the practical with the spiritual. Recently named by Charisma magazine as one of the 30 Emerging Voices who will help lead the church in the next decade, she has written more than a dozen books including the critically-acclaimed The Organic God (Zondervan). While Twentysomething and What the Heck Am I Going to Do With My Life? have established her as an expert on reaching the next generation, people of all ages connect with her relational teaching style. Margaret currently lives in Morrison, Colorado, with her husband, Leif. When she's not writing or traveling, she enjoys anything outdoors, shopping, laughing and drinking skinny vanilla lattes with her friends. But she says some of her best moments are spent communicating with her readers.
What was your motivation behind this project? The very first book that I wrote was called God Whispers: Hearing the Voice of God. It looked at the story of Elijah and how when God speaks it's often through a whisper. But since then I've been growing in my relationship with God and discovering that when God speaks, he often echoes. He'll say the same thing through a chance conversation,a sermon, an email, a text message. The same thought or idea will follow us until we can't deny that sense that something, or rather someone, is trying to get our attention. The Sacred Echo is about recognizing the persistent voice of God in our lives so we can walk more fully and confidently into all that he has for us.
Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know: Check out: margaretfeinberg.com margaretfeinberg.blogspot.com myspace/margaretfeinberg Or Tag me on Facebook
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