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Praying God's Word by Beth Moore
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Short review: After reading the cover story in Christianity Today in August on Beth Moore, I thought I should probably read something by her. I had a copy of Praying God's Word in audiobook that my mother had purchased on our shared Audible.com account a couple years ago. So I started listening to it. It was great content. If you have heard about praying by using scripture, but have never done it or would like more instruction, this is a great place to do it. But DO NOT get this on audiobook. It is designed to be used, not listened to. Much of the book is re-writing of scripture into prayer and organized into topical sections for regular prayer use. You cannot do that with an audiobook. So I am back to needing to find a good book by Moore to check out. If anyone has a suggestion, let me know. I gave up about 2/3 of the way through because it just didn't make sense to continue a book that I could not really process as it was intended.

Full review on my blog http://www.mrshields.com/praying-gods...
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Tiffany Russell "Feathers From My Nest" is a good one to read. So much of her material is written to be used and interacted with that an audio book is nearly impossible for this author. I love her Bible studies, and her books are the kind that I write in and highlight things obsessively.


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Stephanie Believing God by her is excellent!! I agree with the whole no audio on her, but this book is amazing. :)


Adriana Her Patriarchs study is amazing!!!


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