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Sunday, April 6, 2014

Book Giveaway

Photo of The Turning


I just read a new book by Davis Bunn, The Turning.  It was a very good book that really makes you think.  It is about hope in Jesus Christ.  I had never really thought about it before, I looked at my husband and said, what about faith?  He pointed out that hope is listed through out the entire Bible and wrote down all of the passages for me. We have hope in the salvation that Jesus offers us.  Having hope is an amazing thing.   I actually started a devotion about it in my little devotion book.  Davis has several devotions to go with the book also.  I'll be studying those this week!


Five complete strangers hear a message from God and come together as prayer warriors trying to do God's will.  They find that it is not always easy to do what God wants you to do but He is always watching over them and protecting them.  They have to stand against the entertainment industry who is trying to crush their message.  If you want a thought provoking book that is full of suspense, this is it.

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Free 40-Day Devotional: Print, E-mail and Audio


To enhance your experience of The Turning and to help you prepare to hear from God,Davis has created a series of devotionals for you to download.



If you would like to read the first three chapters for free go here.   It is on Facebook and also has a link for you to order the book.

Help Davis Bunn celebrate the publication of “The Turning.” Enter for a chance to win an iPad Air or a Ryrie Study Bible, Moody Bible Commentary, and $100 Gift Card for ShopMoodyPublishers.com http://woobox.com/m7ur8y
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I would love to win that sweepstakes!

I have a giveaway of mine own!  How would you like to win a copy of The Turning?  I am giving away a copy, all you have to do to enter is tell me if you feel God has ever talked to you?  Whether it was through a feeling, a thought during prayer time or maybe through a friend's counsel.  I would love to hear about it!  I will keep the giveaway until Easter and draw a name on Easter, please be sure to leave an email add. unless you are positive that you are not a no-reply blogger.  If you do not have your own blog, you will need to leave an email so that I contact you if you win!

Missy


5 comments:

Jusmom1 said...

God has reminded me, with a very direct affirmation, that He is always there and always listening! A friend was going through a deep emotional turmoil. We had talked for hours and she was still overwrought. Before I went to bed that evening I asked God to please just give her peace enough for her to get a good night's rest so she could "deal" again the next day. It was 11:00 pm exactly. The next evening I was speaking to my friend and she told me that at 11:00 exactly (she looked at the clock because the sensation was so unusual) she suddenly felt herself enveloped in peace and she fell asleep and slept the whole night through. I have no doubt...He is always listening, always loving and always guiding us through our lives.

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

Your post started a discussion in our home about faith and hope between DH and I. He is playing hooky from work because he insisted he had to go to the DR. with me today.

Denise :) said...

I thought that was a marvelous book -- I'm glad you enjoyed it! :)

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Having faith gives us hope, and, having hope reinforces our faith.

wild.zinnia said...

I think God communicates to me through feelings. So the most recent being that I haven't been to church in like a bazillion years and I kind of feel like I should find one to go to. Anyways, the book looks awesome.

"Oh taste and see that the Lord is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in Him." Psalm 34:8







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