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The God Who Sees You: Look to Him When You Feel Discouraged, Forgotten, or Invisible Paperback – April 1, 2012
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About the Author
Tammy Maltby's multifaceted ministry can be summed up in one word: encouragement. Through her books, speaking events, and broadcasts, this Emmy-winning TV cohost encourages women to live more beautifully and transparently. Her books include LifeGiving, Confessions of a Good Christian Girl, Confessions of a Good Christian Guy, and The Christmas Kitchen. She lives with her family in Colorado.
More About the Author
A ten-year cohost of the two time Emmy-winning NRB TV talk show of the year Aspiring Women, Tammy has also been featured on hundreds of radio and television programs, including Focus on the Family, Family Life Today, Life Today with James and Betty Robinson, The 700 Club, Midday Connection and CBN's Living the Life. She was the ongoing emcee for the John Maxwell's international THRIVE! events.
She is the mother of four grown children, two of whom are internationally adopted. Tammy makes her home in Colorado with her husband.
You can keep up with Tammy and her recipes on her blog at: The Lifegiving Woman
Top Customer Reviews
~ Robin Chambon
Tammy Maltby has a gift of being able to express biblical truths in a way that is so real and relateable. God DOES see you in fact He put that desire to be seen in you because He wants to fill it. As womem, we are responsible for doing so many things that go unseen in providing for our families, our friends, spouses, work... All of which can lead us to feeling forgotten. But we're not! We're seen in an intimate way by a God who loves us and Tammy does an amazing job at driving home these truths in a way that speaks life to your heart and soul. As I learned from reading this book, sometimes "the biggest miracle is just a perspective change" and if you're in need of that? This book is for you!
I am glad that this book pointed out that Jesus understood what it was like to feel ignored, invisible, and forgotten because this is one way that people can relate and feel closer to him when they are feeling this way. I also learned that people can be spiritually deaf, mute, blind, and crippled which can cause them not to see the needs of people that are right in front of their eyes, and that we're probably all guilty of being like this towards others at some point in our lives. Instead we need to have our ears and eyes opened and to notice and take care of people's needs (as we are nudged by the Holy Spirit to do so), and in the Biblical sense to have our hearts softened. There is a story in this book that painted this picture so vividly to me, about a homeless man that the Lord nudged someone to buy lunch for. The story that was described when she decided to be obedient almost blew my socks off.
In general, what this book taught me is that there are so many people who feel unnoticed, unwelcome, and alone. God wants us to pay attention to who is placed before us, which means that we don't need to be everything to everybody. To connect with these people and to love them the way God wants us to is the better choice instead of looking in the other direction.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I read an eclectic group of Christian writers from St. Ignatius to Joyce Meyer. At first, I was slow in getting into this work as I had not read Tammy Maltby before. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Catherine
This book was recommended to me by an older friend, and I was very excited to read it because I felt like it addressed the biggest struggle in my life at the moment. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gigi
Yes, I would recommend this book. It reads like a warm conversation with a close friend.Published 9 months ago by j riddle
A great inspiration to read when life is throwing you a curve.Published 10 months ago by Brenda Bartgis
Let this book and the words written inspire you to allow God to see you. Let your guard down and see yourself they way God sees you....this book brings that possibility.Published 10 months ago by Debbie boone