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Mercy Me
Mercy Me
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5.0 out of 5 stars Classic!, January 24, 2013
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Can't go wrong with a Jim Weber song. This guy sure knows how to write them- and he knows how to package them with good music too. Thanks Jim!


The Night When The Chameleons Started To Sing
The Night When The Chameleons Started To Sing
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5.0 out of 5 stars No regrets!, January 24, 2013
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Whatever Jim writes has depth, even when he is just being 'fun.' This is fun and imaginative. Music has good rhythm too.


Dancing On A Moving Truck
Dancing On A Moving Truck
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love it!!!!, January 24, 2013
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Having been to Haiti many a time, I can picture this scene so vividly thanks to Jim's great song. Fun and deep at the same time. Love this and can't not dance along.


The Silent Shepherd: The Care, Comfort, and Correction of the Holy Spirit (John Macarthur Study)
The Silent Shepherd: The Care, Comfort, and Correction of the Holy Spirit (John Macarthur Study)
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4 of 9 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Practical vs spiritual??, January 24, 2013
Gives a particular view of Holy Spirit that will appeal to some but his exegesis is of a particular bent of the church that will exclude many others too. So, depending on your church tradition, this may or may not appeal to you. I definitely trip up on the thinking that leads them in the description of this book to say, "...some emphasize the practical over the spiritual..." This dichotomous way of looking/thinking is completely contrary to Holy Spirit who is of course both spiritual and practical.


I've Had Enough
I've Had Enough
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love this song!, May 27, 2012
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This song is not only fun, it is deep as well. Love how Jim can create a memorable tune and yet infuse it with good theology too!


The Realm: the Awakening Begins (Realm Book)
The Realm: the Awakening Begins (Realm Book)
by K.L. Glanville
Edition: Paperback
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars First-rate, October 19, 2011
Anything K.L. Glanville is behind is worth reading. Vivid imagination is married with purposeful yet entertaining and gripping reading. Definitely worth checking out.


Silver to Gold: A Journey of Young Revolutionaries
Silver to Gold: A Journey of Young Revolutionaries
by Jennifer A. Miskov
Edition: Paperback
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5.0 out of 5 stars You won't forget!, August 20, 2011
Though it has been a while since I've read this book, I remember it well. That is a testimony to the excellent storytelling ability of its author. As another reviewer remarked, this book is reminiscent of Pilgrim's Progress, but shorter and an easier read.

I have given this book to some of my 20-something year old friends, but truth be told, it would be valuable to anyone who has dreams they don't want to see die.

This book is a short but potent encouragement to go after your dreams- to go for the gold, rather than settling for the silver.


Chronic Kids, Constant Hope: Help and Encouragement for Parents of Children with Chronic Conditions
Chronic Kids, Constant Hope: Help and Encouragement for Parents of Children with Chronic Conditions
by Elizabeth M. Hoekstra
Edition: Paperback
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Helpful, not fundamentalist, December 17, 2007
This book offers real hope with real substance for those in a difficult situation. If we didn't live in such a hyper-sensitive anti-Christian culture, one wouldn't have even imagined the previous reviewer could have called ideas in the book 'fundamentalist.' I feel for the people at that hospital who are being denied some real help due to a librarian's bias and discrimination. Read the book yourself, rather than letting someone else decide for you.


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