- Copertina flessibile: 120 pagine
- Editore: Parker Wentworth Publishing; 1 edizione (1 novembre 2010)
- Lingua: Inglese
- ISBN-10: 0976732742
- ISBN-13: 978-0976732747
- Peso di spedizione: 136 g
In His Footsteps: How I Gave My Todo List to God and Got More Done, More Sleep and Less Stress (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 1 nov 2010
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Margaret Agard is a wife, mother, former missionary and an award-winning writer whose latest book "In His Footsteps: I Gave My To Do List To God And Got More Done, More Sleep And Less Stress" shares her fresh approach to prayer.
She still gets up every day and prays the daily prayer that turned her life over to God completely.
Now retired and an empty-nester, she writes from a mountain top in wild, wonderful West Virginia surrounded by the ongoing construction projects, chickens and vegetable gardens of her husband Parker.
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I highly recommend this book to all who need a moment to feel inspired and entertained.
The book lacks any kind of organizing themes, often seeming to be little more than the author's short journal snippets for the day. That's not inherently bad, except that the constant topic jumping and seemingly random material in the entries does little to enlighten the reader to the supposed point of the book. While she certainly makes her point about focusing less on ourselves and our assumptions and more on serving others and looking to God in all things, about 90% of the book does not appear to have much to do with, let alone support, this theme.
My only other comment is that if you read this, please do so with a grain of salt. There were several parts that set off alarm bells in my head. For example, after she explained to her husband that part of her privileges as the wife was to decorate as she saw fit and proceeded to do just that, despite his admonition that she not use certain things or put holes in the wall, I was expecting some kind of lesson or glance at the Bible verses about respecting one's husband and a reversal of that attitude, but neither came. Also, it is not my place to suggest what God would or would not say to someone, but I found it entirely out of character for the God of the Bible to tell a woman that if she took a particular job rather than stay home and focus on ministry with her husband, he would simply kill her and send her husband a "new helpmeet who would actually be a help to him"!!
Overall, I did not get anything out of this book beyond a generic reminder to be more loving, look more frequently for opportunities to serve, and to pray a lot. All messages I could have gotten more effectively and enjoyably elsewhere.