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FInding Selah

FInding Selah The Simple Practice of Peace When You Need It Most

By Kristen Kill
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.23 Stars

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On 3/2 Alison wrote: The past few years I find myself in the Psalms more than any other book. The invitation to honestly share my heart with the Lord is what I’ve needed time and time again. Kristen Kill shares my love for the Psalms, and chronicles her reflections on living a full, exhausted life as a busy mama in Manhattan ... an invitation to really rest

Alison 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/1 Serving Joyfully wrote: We live in a world that is constantly telling us to go, go, go. Go more, do more, be more. Finding Delay offers a welcome reprieve in the midst of this philosophy. It reminds us of God's permission (and command) to rest. This book is like a breath of fresh air in the middle of an overscheduled society. ... Book review: finding selah

Serving Joyfully's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/13 Beth-Anne wrote: From the publisher: That something you’ve been looking for in the empty stress of your mad-dash days? It has a name.The Psalms call it selah—the pause, rest, or interlude between the notes in a song. More than merely an empty space, selah is a chance to stop and resync with the story and song of ... Finding Selah by Kristen Kill

Beth-Anne's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/6 Elise wrote: Finding Selah by Kristen KillAnother book, another lovely cover! I think my issue with this book is how it's packaged. It's not really an instructional book. If you don't look at the book like that, and more like the story of Kristen's journey to find selah, then you'll quite enjoy this book. I ... Finding Selah: A Book Review

Elise's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/4 Whitney Jordan wrote: Finding Selah by Kristen Kill was fine. It wasn't life changing or super interesting. I found myself not wanting to pick it up and finish it or skimming chapters. The idea of the book is great - the simple practice of peach when you need it most - but I found the book hard to connect to. There are ... Hard Time Connecting to It

Whitney's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/29 Bethany Lock wrote: We are all longing for peace. A peace that brings calm during the hardest times and biggest storms of our lives. A breath or rest that only God can provide. In Psalms this was "selah" and was specifically written in the bible to give us an example for our lives. The only problem is that we live a world ... Finding Selah by Kristen Kill

Bethany Lock's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/23 ronjaon wrote: Finding Selah tells how Kristen Kill started reading the Psalms and that ended up transforming the way she thought about work, rest, and the little spaces in between. It is easy to relate to the hectic life that demands a lot. I often find myself in that place where I am exhausted, depressed, and desperate ... Book Review: Finding Selah

ronjaon's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/16 The Little Friar wrote: Kristen Kill's Finding Selah:  The Simple Practice of Peace When You Need It Most takes readers on a journey to transform what they think about work, rest and the little spaces between that make all the difference.  Kill is able to take readers on that journey by highlighting the "selah moments" ... finding selah -- a book review

The Little Friar's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/15 Homestead Wishing wrote: In this book Finding Selah, Kristen Kill tells a story about her life, her walk with Jesus, and that she learned how important Selah really is in all of these things. Kristen is a super busy mom who's been through some of the toughest things that a mom can go through. Like many of us moms we are constantly ... Wonderful for busy moms!

Homestead Wishing's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/15 Rachel Dawson wrote: Selah is one of my very favorite things. It was my word of the year in 2015 and it still resonates so deeply in me, this idea that we are to rest in Him, to pause and praise, to stop and listen. Kristen Kill writes about it all beautifully here, and this book reads like rich poetry. It’s absolutely ... Finding Selah // REVIEW

Rachel's Rating:

4 Stars