Reviews by seekingmyLord
On 8/18 seekingmyLord wrote: So the cotton sack, though heavy, and the terror of each night,Did not ever break our spirit; we kept Jesus in our sight.~Fran Elizabeth Grubb (last lines of her poem)Rarely does a book get under my skin in the way that Cruel Harvest: A Memoir has done. I will never forget it. ... Book Review: Cruel Harvest
On 7/23 seekingmyLord wrote: I was really looking forward to reading Tough Guys and Drama Queens: How Not to Get Blindsided by Your Child's Teen Years because I can see that the Princess is a tween drama queen in the making and I was pleasantly surprised that the core of Mark Gregston's philosophy is not just how to handle the turbulent ... Book Review: Tough Guys and Drama Queens
On 1/14 seekingmyLord wrote: The latest edition of Healing is a Choice: 10 Decisions That Will Transform Your Life and 10 Lies That Can Prevent You From Making Them is an excellent 10-step emotional healing program that has been revised to include a full workbook. It emphasizes that healing is a choice. First, it is God's choice. ... Book Review: Healing is a Choice
On 11/23 seekingmyLord wrote: The synergistic harmony of the Bible is a powerful testimony and an enduring reminder that God has spoken--that these are his very words. ~Hank Hanegraff, Has God Spoken?It is easier to reach those without knowledge of the scriptures, but when we encounter those with such knowledge are we really prepared? ... Book Review: Has God Spoken?
On 8/4 seekingmyLord wrote: Whenever anyone said "I am spiritual but not religious," It did not mean that person had no religion, but that religion was self-organized, self-indulgent, and self-governing, free of authority and constraints. Selferism was solipsism gone spiritual. ~The Seraph Seal, 2011 The above quote from the book ... Book Review: The Seraph Seal