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ABOUT BOOK: "Not enough" is the theme of our day. Fear, scarcity, and inequality dominate the media cycle and are constant companions in our culture. While 74 percent of Americans believe in God, we can feel our world changing in ways that simply seem out of control. We want to cling to a sovereign and loving God who tells us repeatedly in Scripture to "fear not," yet it is estimated that nearly 90 percent of his followers have a scarcity mentality rooted in fear.
Five times in Scripture, Jesus showed us a pattern to deal with fear and how to access his abundant provision, both spiritually and practically. In The God Guarantee, Jack Alexander uncovers the four steps in this pattern, showing readers how to live it out in order to experience true abundance. Far from a prosperity gospel, this book is not about how to get rich quick, how to manage your money, or how to give it all away. Instead, it will change the reader's conversations about finances completely and, as a result, will transform the way they see and access God's provision in every single area of their lives.
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I read 4 books last month. It's hard to pick a favorite. I guess I would have to say it was Wait For Me by Jo Huddleston. Please enter my name in the drawing.
I read 20 books in August. And my favorite was a re-read At the Scent of Water by Linda Nichols. Another was Ghost Heart by Lisa Harris and Lynne Gentry...good medical suspense story.
At the Scent of Water is one of my favorites too! Powerful story!
My favorite class in school was probably Poetry. It was a 9-week elective, so I don't know if that really counts. I also loved my Expository Writing class in college. Both fed my love of the written word and honed my skills in the writing field.
I read 20 books last month, and my favorite was 'Randy' by Sharon Srock. She writes very good, inspirational novels.
Oh, my what a busy lady!
I enjoyed all of the secretarial classes.. I liked the typing, book-keeping and office work!
My favorite class in school was French...and English...if I can pick two. I love language! Yes, I love grammar, too!
I read over 20 books last month. My favorite was Sensible Shoes by Sharon Garlough Brown. What an amazing book.