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And We Are Changed: Encounters with a Transforming God
Discover how to let the Word of God set you free and transform you for His glory so you can live a victorious Christian life here on earth.
ebook, 240 pages
Published July 1st 2003 by Moody Publishers
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No fancy words, no complicated concepts – just simple, dynamic, powerful truth from God’s Word. My appreciation for this wonderful book far surpassed my initial expectation, and I’m deeply grateful to Priscilla Shirer for this beautiful book, for just this time in my life when God knew what I would need most to remember and meditate on from his marvellous Word. I so appreciate and am greatly impressed with the specific examples Priscilla uses from her own life, as well as the appropriate stories ...more
Oct 07, 2008 Samuel rated it really liked it · review of another edition
Recommended to Samuel by: Cell word material
Change. Who doesn't ? Everyone who wants Jesus more and more in their lives want to change to become true bearers of his image. But are we ? Are we all thoughts and talk but no action ? We can go on reading and agreeing but when the crunch times appear, are we willing to go through them to indeed be changed ? There's a difference between knowing there is a need to change and truly surrending control to God to allow for the change. Can we say "And we are changed" with confident if someone ask us ...more
May 19, 2013 Regina rated it it was ok · review of another edition
Recommends it for: Young women
Recommended to Regina by: Mom
There should be two rows of stars. One for how good a book may be and one for how well it appealed to me. Or not. My mom gave me this book for Christmas. She was no doubt drawn to it because its author is the daughter of Tony Evans, a preacher and author that my mom appreciates. This book, however, did not speak to me. I think, perhaps, it might speak to younger women.