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Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2014
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Whole: An Honest Look at the Holes in Your Life and How to Let God Fill ThemLisa Whittle, George BarnaTyndale House / 2011 / Trade Paperback$3.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 7 Reviews Video
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You Were Made For More: The Life You Have, the Life God Wants You to HaveJim Cymbala with Dean MerrillZondervan / 2015 / Trade Paperback$8.49 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 19 Reviews
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Life Changing Love: Moving God's Love from Your Head to Your HeartJohn OrtbergZondervan / 2015 / Trade Paperback$10.49 Retail:
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It is in the heart of every person to want God, but life gets loud and we forget Him. We get consumed by our problems, our desires, ourselves. We forget our first encounter with the Savior and how much we once wanted Him... the way we believed He could use our life...the fulfillment He provides that everyday life cannot.
A guidebook, a teacher and a resource, all in one, I Want God brings rich simplicity to life-altering principles. With her signature boldness and raw authenticity, author and speaker Lisa Whittle inspires with bottom line truth about what happens when life gets off track and how to find our way back to the God we want most.
Lisa Whittle is a natural leader and bold thinker. Her refreshing, bottom-line approach appeals to audiences across the nation as she points them to a passionate pursuit of God. Lisas past experiences include writing stints with Catalyst and Women of Faith, church planting, national media appearances, and traveling with Compassion International. Lisa is a wife and mother of three who currently resides in North Carolina. Visit her at www.lisawhittle.com.
"Lisa's case for a heart revival provokes thought, inspires change, and spreads a hopeful message: God is not hiding; he wants to be found by those who want him. Lisa vulnerably guides the reader toward this truth, which fosters a deeper love of God, a more intimate knowledge of who he is, and an understanding of why we want him."
Mark Batterson, New York Times bestselling author of The Circle Maker
"This is not an easy read, and that is the highest compliment I can pay Lisa in her carefully penned but drastically bold work I Want God. If you feel like you have everything and at the same time you have nothing, read this book. It is a proclamation, a manifesto, and a rally-cry for those of us who are weary and hungry. Be warned: saying 'I Want God' will require much of you. In return, God will bring a revival to your heart and an abundance of Himself to the empty spaces around you. He will bring healing and hope."
Anne Marie Miller, Bible teacher and author of Permission to Speak Freely and Lean on Me
"Reconstructive heart surgery. I Want God not only provides new life for your weary, worn-out soul, but it motivates you to exchange a lesser life for one that hungers after true joy. Written by a flawed and honest pilgrim, Lisa Whittle has walked this path toward soul revival before, and like a kindly guide, ushers us toward the renewed life in Jesus we've always longed for."
Mary DeMuth, author of The Wall Around Your Heart
"This book resonates with the deepest cry of my heart."
Sheila Walsh, Bible teacher and bestselling author
"I turned the first page, devoured the rest, and here I am...speechless. The reading of I Want God is a wrecking and a revival and a resurrection, all at once."
Jill Kelly, New York Times bestselling author and speaker
"Lisa Whittle's writing strikes to the center of who we are meant to be. I am inspired and moved and deeply grateful for how she pours her heart out on every page. This book is no exception."
Annie F. Downs, author of Let's All Be Brave
Betty MondaSullivan, MoAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5I Want GodDecember 5, 2014Betty MondaSullivan, MoAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I love this book. It makes you dig into God's Word and it makes you realize and ask yourself, "How much is my life showing that I want God? I highly recommend this book. Lisa makes this statement " The reason we do not have more of God is that we make our immediate need for comfort the priority." And she is right. She calls on us to remember why we fell in love with God in the first place. Let that love be our passion for pursing God and wanting Him more than anything else.