Knowing God, Knowing Myself: An Invitation to Daily Discovery
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Knowing God, Knowing Myself: An Invitation to Daily Discovery

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Best-selling author Cecil Murphey (90 Minutes in Heaven, Christmas Miracles), has enraptured countless readers with his lyrical style and deft storytelling, selling millions of books and winning numerous awards. Yet behind the scenes of his successful career, Murphey is on a personal quest for a deeper knowledge of God and himself. Out of this thirst for the transcendent c...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published December 29th 2010 by Regal (first published December 23rd 2010)
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Chris
I received this book as a gift. From the first story, God spoke to me regarding a situation I was in the middle of dealing with. There were many parts of this book that made me face my own sin or wrong thinking.

Cec Murphy presents himself as a vulnerable "work in progress" in order to help us identify with our own life struggles. For that some would say he is judging. I say he is willing to be judged so we might see the painful process God may require of us in order to shed bad behavior that hol...more
Ava Pennington
Knowing God, Knowing Myself is an intensely personal book for both the author (Cecil Murphey) and the reader. The back copy notes, "Murphey is known for turns of phrase that startle the reader out of 'common wisdom' into 'uncommon reflection'..." and this especially applies to Knowing God, Knowing Myself. I saw myself on just about every page and started my own list of Cec's aphorisms before I realized he included a convenient list at the end of the book.

I highly recommend Knowing God, Knowing
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Cheryl
While this should have been his insight into learning about himself and his relationship with God, I felt it was boastful. He places judgements on people he has known in life claiming it is to better understand them. I feel I would not like this man if I met him.
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