Miraculous Movements by Jerry Trousdale

April 9, 2012 profmom
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Published by Thomas Nelson and provided free from BookSneeze for review, “Miraculous Movements” by Jerry Trousdale is a must read for Christians who need an insider’s look at “how hundreds of thousands of Muslims are falling in love with Jesus” in Africa. It is individual stories of how God is working in miraculous ways, using ordinary people, to show His love to a world people group called Muslims. Set aside your distrust and preconceived ideas of the Muslim people and learn, what may be to you a different way of sharing God’s love with anyone. Rejoice with the story tellers at the power of the Almighty God to draw people unto himself.

Keep in mind that this is an important book and read it through to the end. That being said, this is a difficult book to read as it was not well written nor is it well organized. When first starting this book, this reviewer wondered who the audience was supposed to be instead of being engaged in the message. There are redundancies and chapter overviews that are unnecessary and cause the book to be a slow read, induce the wrong questions and are generally boring. This book has an exciting message but it is not presented in an exciting way. Some of the issues could easily have been resolved with some first rate editing and I am surprised at Thomas Nelson Publishers for their part.


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