Format: Trade Paperback
Religion - Christian Life - Spiritual Growth
In his book, "Living close to God when you're not good at it", Gene Edwards gives practical steps that can help readers stay connected to the Creator. Gene does a beautiful job in intertwining his own story and struggles by using scripture as his backbone. The best part of this piece is that it can be a helpful tool to any Christian, because we have all been in a place during our Christian walk in which we feel distant from God.
The work is divided into six parts, and each part focuses on a different spiritual discipline and practice. There is a particular practice that Edwards does, in which he reads scripture as a prayer. I have heard of this before, and I have done it myself, but it shows the simple and tangible content of this book.
This book is not a devotional, although it can help with daily spiritual growth. It is not a self-help resource, although it does help to improve. This work is a helpful tool for those who wish not to drift from their closeness to God, or a tool for those who want to move closer to God.
“I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review”
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