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If we only knew... is a collection of astounding true-life stories which portray the intervention of God in people's lives. From the everyday to the extraordinary, these stories will touch your heart and emotions, as you identify with life's challenges in your own Christian walk.

Answers are sought to some of the basic questions which hit us in adverse situations, such as: ...
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Overview

If we only knew... is a collection of astounding true-life stories which portray the intervention of God in people's lives. From the everyday to the extraordinary, these stories will touch your heart and emotions, as you identify with life's challenges in your own Christian walk.

Answers are sought to some of the basic questions which hit us in adverse situations, such as: Does God Care? Does God answer Prayer? Does God heal? If you are looking for a book to encourage you, and motivate you in your Christian walk - this is the book!

There is nothing like a true story to bring the truth of Scripture to life. John has done a masterful job at weaving together what God has said in the past, and what God is doing in the present. This book is a God-centered, Jesus-focused, Spirit-empowered account that will stimulate your faith, challenge your complacency; nourish your soul and stir your heart. If we only knew... provides a helpful framework in answering key questions we all have on the journey. Read it and allow God to take you deeper on your journey of faith.

Dr. Justin Dennison
Lead Pastor
Johnston Heights Church
Surrey, British Columbia.

John Murray served for over 20 years as the Executive Director for Eurovangelism Canada, a mission working in Eastern Europe for the last forty-five years. He travelled into many of the former communist countries, from Russia in the north to Albania in the south.

John studied theology in Birmingham, England and in Toronto, Canada. His many years of speaking engagements have taken him across Canada, into the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe and the Caribbean. He has recently retired and lives inOntario, Canada.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781615791514
  • Publisher: Xulon Press
  • Publication date: 8/31/2009
  • Pages: 120
  • Product dimensions: 0.44 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 5.50 (d)

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  • Posted January 30, 2014

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    This is a collection of remarkable experiences and Divine Interv

    This is a collection of remarkable experiences and Divine Interventions the author acquaints the reader with. Coincident's? Delve into
    these pages and you be the judge!

    John Murray makes several good points within these pages. One particularly I applaud, we (collectively) allow prayers to be taken out of
    our schools yet question God in allowing criminal things to happen within the walls of schools.  One of many questions he addresses is
    the question of why a loving God would allow terrible things to happen to good people.

    He also includes personal experiences behind the "iron curtain" and of experiences after the "fall" of the "Iron curtain". Many strong valid
    points are accompanied by examples.

    Do miracles sill exist? How blind mankind is if in fact they d not recognize daily miracles of invention, medical discoveries, technology,
    etc.  These are not mere mortal "brainpower" but are truly "God-inspired" miracles!

    At the end of each chapter are questions for personal  thought or for group discussion.

    This is an inspired book for all to read. Regardless of your personal belief or sect, there is simple truth and inspiration to be found within
    the impressive cover of this short book.

    It slightly lacked  in keeping one's attention at times but a variety of examples and thoughts were given. My review of this book, therefore,
     offers a Four and a Half Stars rating.

    This book was gifted to me by the author for an honest review, of which I have given.

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