"So much religion is conveyed to us as bad news or bland news that we are immensely grateful when it is spoken freshly as good news. This is a zestful and accurate portrayal that tells us unmistakably that the gospel is good, dazzlingly good." -- Eugene Peterson, author of Leap Over a Wall
Brennan Manning shares his joyful message in a powerful new way with his first ever collection of daily devotions. For every day of the year the beloved author of The Ragamuffin Gospel and The Boy Who Cried Abba offers a verse of Scripture, and each day's meditation is completed with a complementary reading from his own writings.
Whether your life has already been changed by Brennan Manning's dynamic version of the good news or you are meeting him here for the first time, Reflections for Ragamuffins will open your mind and heart to a profound new experience of God's unconditional love.
The book was intact but had to be years and years old. I don't enjoy reading one in such old condition.Published 21 hours ago by Sylvia Richards
Many who are first exposed to the Ragamuffin Gospel misunderstand what Brennan Manning is suggesting. He isn't introducing a "New Gospel" but clarifying the Gospel. Read morePublished 8 days ago by James R. Hamilton
I am not a big fan of devotions, but this one if worth owning.Published 3 months ago by Judith Horsley
First, I am a huge Brennan Manning fan, and I have really learned from and enjoyed his books. I found this devotional to be a good "reminder" on how to grow as a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Krystina Wilson