Oh God, Please Help Me with My Doubt - eBook
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Publication Date: 2012
Help Me With My Doubt: Welcome to Oh God, Please Help Me with My Doubt. The book youre holding in your hands will help you capture and subdue the voice of doubt, whose goal is to eat away at your faith until nothing is left but bitterness and disillusionment. In the first section of this book, you will learn to recognize Gods voice. You will develop the ability to hear Him when He responds to your prayers. Then you will learn what to do when God doesnt respond, when you are faced with His silence. While wrestling with the silence of God, you will discover five keys you can use to delete doubt from your prayer life. Then you will visit with the Israelites as they camped on the out- skirts of the Promised Land and see what occurred when Gods people applied or did not apply these keys to their lives. Then before this book comes to an end you will examine several doubts one at a time. Together we will define, dissect, and then defeat each one. My prayer is that by the time you complete this book you will have experienced Gods removal of most, if not all, of the doubts that infect your prayers.
Leighann McCoy is the prayer and womens minister at Thompson Station Church in Thompson Station, TN, where her husband Tom is the senior pastor. Her books include Spiritual Warfare for Women, Women Over- coming Fear, and Meet Me at the Manger and Ill Lead You to the Cross. Leighann lives in Franklin, TN, and is the mother of two daughters, one son, and a son-in-law: Mikel (Austin), Kaleigh, and T.J. Her favorite role is that of Nana to her grand-daughter, Misty.
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DustNetherlandsAge: 55-65Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5HelpfulJanuary 2, 2014DustNetherlandsAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3This book was fair. It did shed some new light on certain biblical ideas and was certainly not a waste. I enjoyed it. However to say that it is an absolute 'must read' goes too far. Nevertheless the price was certainly worth it.
IreneUnited States4 Stars Out Of 5Worth ReadingOctober 3, 2012IreneUnited StatesQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4This book is about your prayer life. It is meant to encourage you to pray more by revealing ways we sabotage our prayer lives with doubt.
Although this was not one of the best books I have read it did have some valid points that were helpful. The author uses plenty of scripture to make her points. She also has numerous stories that also reiterate what principle she is trying to get across to the reader.
I gave this book 4/5 stars. I thought the author had good insight on some principles. Some of the book was really just a bunch of personal stories. I think if some of these had been edited out the book would have flowed better. I liked the sayings from others but thought the author used them too much. All that aside, I did enjoy the book and thought there were enough good parts to make this book worth recommending.
I would like to thank NetGalley and the publisher for the copy of this book I enjoyed reading. I gave an honest review based on my opinion of what I read.
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