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This book opens y0ur eyes to the true meaning of who Jesus was and what God ultimately wants in His relationship with us.
Like "jazz" this book doesn't really seem to have a concise point or direction, but rather he writes as though he is engaged in a long conversation about life.
In this book, just like in _Blue Like Jazz_, Miller gives thoughts that lead to criticisms as well as encouragement to the 21st-century church.
So direct and so indirect. What a perspective and what a path to better understanding I am loved as I amPublished 2 months ago by Greg Meyer
Complex ideas submitted in an understandable way. Made me consider perspectives I never considered before.Published 2 months ago by Vicki A. Pate
I liked the book; Donald Miller is a great author. The only reason I would say it was good and not great, is becuase I got a little bored in the middle of the book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Brittnee Gilleylen
I haven't watched Patton 360 yet. Am just about done with Searching for God Knows What. It is a a must read for Christians especially those who are Christian on Sunday only or... Read morePublished 3 months ago by GLENN M MIRIKIDANI
Very in lighting. Causes one to evaluate his life as a Christian. Anyone seeking to have a closet walk with God should read this book.Published 3 months ago by Gail P Joule
I just finished reading this book for a second time and had decided to do so because I knew that in the book Miller addresses spiritual doubts, accounts of his own struggles with... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Aaron M. Marcelli
our daughter got this book.. which is why I bought a copy. She kept talking about it. Kept quoting from it. She loves it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mr. N. Perry
I love Donald Miller, because he writes about spirituality with a modern day voice. He has a realness about him that makes what he writes significant and approachable.Published 7 months ago by Ann M. Gemmel