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Every Day a Friday: How to Be Happier 7 Days a Week

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44 out of 46 people found this review helpful.

offering hope and courage

"everyday a friday" is very hard to put down. pastor joel osteen offers some very special commments and scripture as well as ways to give you give you hope and peace through the storms that you might have to deal with in your life be they big or small. this book is very...
"everyday a friday" is very hard to put down. pastor joel osteen offers some very special commments and scripture as well as ways to give you give you hope and peace through the storms that you might have to deal with in your life be they big or small. this book is very amazing it really seems to say the right thing at the right time. great gift idea for a friend or family member great christmas gift.

posted by storms1 on September 14, 2011

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28 out of 132 people found this review helpful.

Just another feel good book

Joel Olsteen might mean well but he is a false teacher and we should be aware of these types. Joel preaches that God wants us to just be happy, merry, and make everyday a Friday. Is that the lifestyle the disciples had? Did Paul see everyday in prison as a feel good Fri...
Joel Olsteen might mean well but he is a false teacher and we should be aware of these types. Joel preaches that God wants us to just be happy, merry, and make everyday a Friday. Is that the lifestyle the disciples had? Did Paul see everyday in prison as a feel good Friday? Stop buying and reading Joel's false teachings. Read the Bible for yourself and get the truth straight from the source. You'll be glad you did.

posted by 5911622 on September 17, 2011

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    Posted July 13, 2014

    Prosperity theology is perfectly suited for the shallow world we

    Prosperity theology is perfectly suited for the shallow world we live in. Feeling good about yourself is a great thing, but should not be idolized over the simple and profound message of God's grace. This is a nice book, but don't read it hoping to be theologically educated.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 19, 2012

    Everyday is Friday

    O.k. Too much repetition.

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