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Abba's Child: The Cry of the Heart for Intimate Belonging Paperback – September 5, 2002
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There is a lot more to say about this work, but really it is all summed up in the last sentence. Manning consistently writes eloquently for the masses who are hurting, broken, and need love. He is honest with his own journey and leaves no detail spared of his own personal trials and tribulations. He gives hope to those who might not have any hope, and joy to those who might think they have to be perfect for God to love them. I appreciated the honesty from the author, and the risk he takes in sharing his soul with the reader. Not many authors are willing to do this where it will make a difference, Manning obviously will.
This book is a must read for anyone wondering if anyone cares about what happens in their life, read the book, find out why God loves you. Seems pretty simple to me.
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Chapter 2 is worth the price of the book. Like a lot of Brennan Manning, it starts really strong but finishes a little, meh. Read morePublished 12 days ago by DWC
An incredible, insightful book that speaks to what our hearts cry is, who we are created to be and how we were created to become more like The One who created us. Read morePublished 13 days ago by WilsonforGod
This book description said nothing about possible markings and was chock full of markings from the previous reader - some in ink. Lousy quality. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Steve
We live in a crazy, experience-driven world. This empirical philosophy has crept into the church and is, unfortunately, gaining ground. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Don Haflich
The chapter called "the Imposter" is worth the price of this book by itself. But the entire book is terrific. Highly recommendPublished 2 months ago by Joe Pusateri