Friday, September 30, 2011

Close Enough to Hear God Breathe by Greg Paul

Greg Paul show in his writing how to develope a deep close relationship with God.  He shows how God proves His love for us in our everyday life.  He teaches us how to listen for God whispering to us and breathing close by us everyday.  Paul calls us to hear God telling us his pleasure with us and of His happiness with calling us His child.
This book helped me walk through my our history and see God supporting me and giving me strength in times of distress and/or grief.  He reminded me that the Bible reminds me not to place myself back into the slavery of nonforgivness that only God can give me.  Rather He asks me to accept the peace and freedom that only faith in the Trinity of God the Father, the Mother Holy Spirit and Jesus the Son can give.  This analogy of the family of God helps one to understand in a way anyone can see because we all have a family of some sort.  I would recommend this book as a good read or as a personal devotional.  I can easily see it as a Bible study guide for groups of many ages.
I recieved this book for free from Booksneeze for this review.

Friday, September 9, 2011


Trevor MacDaniel opens the books with a rescue of a child from a mointain lion.  This exciting start draws the reader into the action packed story of intregue.  We are quickly introduce to Natalie, Trevor's neighbor and friend.  Natalie has "special Gifts" which add to the story in a n interesting way wit her ability to see her incredible memories in sculptures.  Trevor attracts a "grim" admiror and Trevor and Natalie work together to fight the foe.
Indelible is a sequel to Indivisible.  That being said, the book without first reading Indivisible is difficult to follow.  I diffinately would recommend reading them in order also reading it on the computer was difficult also and possibly reading in book form would be better so you can go back and reread easier.
I recieved this book free for this review.

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Vigilante by Robin Parrish

This is a great action book.  Nolan Gray is a Christian man who wants to make the world a better place by doing good.  He is well trained in many martial arts which he learned in the armed services.  He is not afraid to live his Christian beliefs.  He has friends who have made him a special suit which give him the ability fling an attachment to walls or ceilings then zip up to them in seconds which allows him to move quickly to where ever he needs to go. He also has special shoes that allow him to run faster.  He also has a building which has all the high tech materials he needs so that his friends can moniter the city and send him where he can help the most.  Like Superman he has enemies who plot to bring him down.  This is a book that young boys and men I think would love. Parrish writes a good action book and shows how "There is a better way".
I would recommend this book.  I read it in a weekend.  I couldn't put it down.
I recieved this book free for this review.