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Me Too

Me Too Experience the God Who Understands

By Jon Weece
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.17 Stars

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On 11/2 julsreadingandfandomlife wrote: From the moment I picked up this book, I fell in love with it. Jon Weece is so real and transparent that you feel like he is sitting by you while you read the book. I feel like I can pick up the phone and call him to chat him up about his faith and love of God. It is a great read for personal growth ... Me Too Review

julsreadingandfandomlife's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/20 Clifton Ditmore wrote: MY REVIEW: It's my opinion that we all need a great reminder of how wonderful God's love is for us. Jon Weece's splendid book provides that reminder. In twenty, brief, easy to read chapters Jon shows us over and over again the Father's love. He divides the book into three parts. Part 1 is The Cross—What ... ME TOO---Experience The God Who Undeerstands

Clifton's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/16 Jon Gibson wrote: "Too many people suffer alone. And most people who suffer alone aren't looking for answers. Most people who suffer alone are looking for a friend - a friend who understands." So writes Jon Weece in the introduction of his book "Me Too." And such is the premise of this book, we were not created to be ... Me Too - A Book Review

Jon Gibson's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/11 Gretchen Matthews wrote: Jon Weece is a pastor in Lexington, Kentucky, and it's clear from his writing that the Holy Spirit is on fire in his heart. Though I have never heard him preach, I would imagine he is quite entertaining, as his latest book, Me Too: Experience the God Who Understands is chock full of stories about how ... He Really Does 'Get It' - A Review of "Me Too" by Jon Weece

Gretchen's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/6 LaLaLaurie wrote: Does it ever feel like nobody else understands what you're going through? Well, you might feel that way, but there is someone who always understands. And that someone is God. That's the premise behind preacher Jon Weece's new book Me Too: Experience the God Who Understands. No matter what struggles ... Me Too - Book Review

LaLaLaurie's Rating:

2 Stars

On 10/1 Ryan Grammatico wrote: Does it ever feel like no one else comprehends what you're experiencing? All things considered, you may feel that path, yet there is somebody who dependably gets it. Furthermore, that somebody is God. That is the reason behind evangelist Jon Weece's new book Me Too: Experience the God Who Understands. ... Not for me

Ryan's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/26 Rebecca Ray wrote: Me Too {A BookLook Bloggers Review} SEPTEMBER 26, 2016 ~ RAVENTHREADS ~ EDIT 51uiqfvs9pl-_sx326_bo1204203200_ Sometimes I see a book on the review list, and I go ahead and request it, even though I’m not personally excited by it. I don’t expect much of these books, but usually the cover or the ... Me Too {A BookLook Bloggers Review}

Rebecca's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/24 Sydney Herron wrote: Me Too: Experience the God Who Understands is a book that sets out to show the reader that while God is all-powerful, He also understands what we are experiencing. When I picked up the book, I thought I was going to be studying how, through the personhood of Jesus Christ, God understands our suffering. ... Me Too: Experience the God Who Understands

Sydney's Rating:

2 Stars

On 9/16 The MomHood wrote: Deeply impactful book with lots of knowledge, heartfelt stories and some laughter inbetween. Jon Weece helps you realize you are not alone, God is with you and understands you. This book will help you live comfortable in your own skin. There is a community of people out there who go through struggles ... Me Too!

The MomHood's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/14 The Lady Prefers To Save wrote: Hello, everyone. Today finds us with a new book review, and this time, it’s Me Too: Experience the God Who Understands, by Jon Weece. So, why this book? If you’ve ever tried to pick up the shattered pieces of your life and put them back together again without help, you know it’s a nearly tedious ... Me Too: Experience the God Who Understands, by Jon Weece Review

The Lady Prefers To Save's Rating:

5 Stars