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Praise Habit: Finding God in Sunsets and Sushi

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 30, 2010

    It's amazing!!

    David Crowder shows you so many simple truths in this book that we miss so very often. He sheds new light on concepts that we take for granet. This book truly challenged and improved my walk with God! It is also really hilarious!! Read it...you won't regret it!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2008

    One View-Altering Book

    If you don't know anything about David Crowder, let me begin by saying that he is an amazing man. Other than writing this beloved book, he is a well-known musician with somewhere between five and ten CDs out there, all of which I can't recommend more highly. I'd heard his music before reading his work and thought he was brilliant'semicolon' little did I know that I was only vaguely aware of how true this really was. Once I began Praise Habit, I couldn't put it down--seriously. David's intelligence, wit, and humor radiate throughout the entire book while still bowing to the might that is GOD. Praise Habit shows parallels between daily life 'parentheses'and random objects'parentheses' and GOD. Prepare to have the way you see GOD quite altered.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2006

    AWESOME.

    this book was hilarious! i've seldom come across books that make me actually laugh out loud, but this one did it. meanwhile, it delivers reflections on the psalms and life in general in a new and wonderful way. i'd heard david crowder's music and loved the quirky sense of humor displayed in songs like 'foreverandever etc' and 'the lark rising, or perhaps more accurately, i'm trying to make you sing' and loved it in this book as well. there are moments of solemnity and hilarity and they mix well. i don't know anybody who's read this book who hasn't loved it. i've read certain parts--'i hate public restrooms,' anyone?--out loud and have sobbed with laughter. and along the way, i learned some good lessons. i recommend it completely.

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  • Posted January 30, 2012

    Fun and engaging

    "Praise Habit" is a hilarious devotional book. Crowder writes with charm and wit to present the Psalms to the reader in a way that is personal.

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