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Mustard Seeds: Thoughts on the Nature of God and Faith

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C.S. Lewis likened hard times to "God’s megaphone," a season when the Creator’s ways are made clear and proven merciful. Mustard Seeds author Lynn Coulter agrees, writing here across fifteen essays about the natural graces and "God signs" that emerged during a three-year period of hardship and sustain her faith today.

From personal events (her parents&
Paperback, 192 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by B&H Books
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This is an excellent book that tells the story of keeping your faith during almost impossible times. The author describes how she lost her faith during some trying times in her own life, and how, through the help of friends, she was able to find it again. Filled with great scripture supporting and inspiring her readers, an excellent book!
I did like this book. There were many inspirational stories that made you view religious doctrine in a different way. Each short story had a unique message well worth remembering as we struggle with daily life stuff.
A good refresher in some basics of faith and prayer. She notes a number of practical experiences and how she handled them by turning to God and the Bible.
This was a really good book. I got a lot out of it. I like how she ended each chapter with a scripture and a prayer and the chapters were very organized. She was very open about her personal experiences. The only thing I did not like was her use of the Message version of the Bible. I am not a fan of that version and it seemed like she used it a lot specifically when she was trying to get her point across. It was still a great book I just don't like the Message "bible"
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I'm a writer, wife, and the mom of a Georgia Tech grad (Go Jackets!) I have two "fur kids," Miss Paws and Molly.

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