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The Love Revolution

by Joyce Meyer
Read by Sandra McCollom

     

The Love Revolution for some drums up thoughts of 1960s hippies pitching a self-centered rebellion of laziness and drugs. Meyerís current title reminds Christians of personal and church responsibilities in the world.

Meyer—like other evangelists—began her ministry locally, moved nationwide, and then worldwide. In her world travels she crossed paths with those suffering well beyond hardship. She shares many of those stories. Meyer also relives her story of abuse and discusses teen prostitution. Listening to it can be real depressing, but bringing you down isnít her intention. Her goal is to bring awareness to what suffering really is—and it isnít losing cable reception in the church basement before the Super Bowl or running out of Sweet Tea at the Sunday brunch. These stories will bring you to your feet or make you hang your head in shame...

Meyer makes the statement "The world needs the church to be the church." She explains how tens of thousands of people have stopped going to church because "many churches have become religious centers with no real life in them." And she reminds us the church is there not only to offer fellowship but also to help mankind. She continues with "What the world needs is love not religion. It needs God and God is love." She believes if all Christians get involved, "a Love Revolution will take place—a movement that will shake the world once again for the Love of God."

I wasnít quite ready for this one... I expected another self-help audio. Instead this book extends beyond the church, to a world full of people in need of rescuing. Throughout the audio Meyer quotes scripture, reminding listeners of Jesusí desire for peace and a Christianís responsibility for helping others. In a day and age of political turmoil, extremist bombers, and economical hardship, this audio reminds Christians not to watch man or the dollar, but to keep their eyes on God and follow through with his Word.

Daughter Sandra reads the audio version. Those who follow the Meyer Ministries know Sandra lives to teach and serve, like her parents. Her belief and compassion comes through in every word spoken.

FICTION NOVELS
The Penny (a novel) [audio]
Any Minute (a novel) [audio]
DEVOTIONALS
A New Day A New You [audio]
Starting Your Day Right /Ending Your Day Right Box Set
Power Thoughts Devotional [audio]
Trusting God Day by Day [audio]
The Power of Being Thankful [audio] 
Closer to God Each Day
[audio]
My Time with God [audio]

Wake Up to the Word

[audio]

NONFICTION CONDENSED TEACHINGS (smaller hardcover)
Power Words
[audio]
Let God Fight Your Battles [audio]
Good Health, Good Life [audio]
Worry-Free Living [audio]
Enjoy Your Journey [audio]

NONFICTION TEACHINGS (regular hardcover)

Approval Addiction

[audio]

Battlefield of the Mind   
The Confident Woman
Confident Mom [audio]
The Power of Simple Prayer   
The Love Revolution   
Never Give Up!   
Eat the Cookie, Buy the Shoes   
The Secret to True Happiness 
Look Great, Feel Great  
In Pursuit of Peace  
I Dare You
100 Ways to Simplify Your Life 
[audio]
Seven Things That Steal Your Joy
How to Hear From God  
Knowing God Intimately  
Living Beyond Your Feelings
Do Yourself a Favor...Forgive
Power Thoughts
Change Your Words, Change Your Life
[audio 1 ] [audio 2]
Making Good Habits Break Bad Habits
The Approval Fix
You Can Begin Again
God's Greatest Gift
Closer to God Each Day
The Mind Connection
Me and My Big Mouth!
Living Courageously
The Power of Being Thankful
Get Your Hopes Up!
God is Not Mad at You [audio]
The Battle Belongs to the Lord
Overload
Seize the Day [audio]
20 Ways to Make Every Day Better [audio]
UnShakeable Trust [audio]

 

The Book

Hachette Audio / Faith Word
September 22, 2009
Audio book / Unbridged / 7 CDs / Appx 8 hrs
1600247350 / 978-1600247354
Nonfiction / inspirational / religion
AMAZON

The Reviewer

Brenda Weeaks
Reviewed 2009
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