Having successfully helped listeners develop a solid prayer life with the best-selling release of A Praying Life, author Paul Miller applies his expertise to tackle an even more important issue - love. After all, love is what holds all things together, it’s what we’re looking for, it’s what we all need, and it’s what we must learn how to give. But loving people is hard. Our neighbors, friends, kids, spouses, and even our enemies require a relentless, self-giving demonstration of love that only God can produce within us.
Taking his cues from the perseverance and faithfulness portrayed in the book of Ruth, Miller sheds light on a biblical portrait of love that is sure to give us hope and transform our souls. Here is the help we need to embrace relationship, endure rejection, cultivate community, and reach out to even the most unlovable as we discover the power to live a loving life.
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The Author's insights and explanations of Love and the story of Ruth are beyond compare. I would highly recommend this book. Very Honest, humbling and motivational. Gives a thorough understanding of what Christian love really is.
"Beautiful book. A must!!!"
So much weight and satisfaction in this book. It's an absolute treasure. I just finished my 3rd listening of it. So good.
"It changed my life"
This is the second book by Paul Miller that God uses to bring significant revelation to my life (years ago it was "A Praying Life". The kind of revelation that causes deep repentance and real faith about an aspect of God and thus changes you for real,
I highly recommend this book.
Since it is about a love story and it's well written and so transformational is hard to put it down unless you want to escape from God.
"A wonderful book."
I'm about to lead my second Sunday School class using this book. The first one was very well received. Most of us felt our attitudes about love were changed dramatically.
"Worth listening to more than once"
Although the reader was a little monotone, the content was profound and encouraging. Loved Praying Life and will recommend this as well
"A must read for Christians."
It exceeded my expectations and I will go back again to refresh my memory.
I already have people in mind that would love it.
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