Official Review: Let's Meet God by Christopher Hearn

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Official Review: Let's Meet God by Christopher Hearn

Post by Acwoolet » 22 Mar 2017, 15:08

[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "Let's Meet God" by Christopher Hearn.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Let’s Meet God; Answering Common Questions Concerning Christianity written by Christopher Hearn is an approachable nonfiction novel about God’s love for all of us. Hearn covers the answers to many common questions that people may have about God and his everlasting love for his people. Throughout this short novel the author explains just who God is, why He loves us, and why He sent is son Jesus to die for our sins.

While Let’s Meet God is a nonfiction Christian novel, one doesn’t need to be a theologian to benefit from the insight that is revealed in the book. This book is written for anyone to be able to understand, whether you have studied the Bible your whole life or have never even looked at one. The author uses lovely stories to illustrate his points and gives us an introduction into what it is like to be loved by God. Each question that is presented in the book is supported by scripture and advanced by quotes from many other authors and theologians.

Each chapter is well coordinated with the information presented by the ones surrounding it, expounding not only on God’s love for us, but also why it is crucial for us as human beings to understand His love. Hearn goes into great detail about who Jesus is and what his purpose on Earth was. He also explains exactly what sin is, what sin means to God, and why it needs to be removed from our lives. This simple, easy to read book is a great asset to anyone looking to know more about God’s love for them and its purpose in their lives.

I truly enjoyed reading this novel with the authors’ relaxed style of writing and easy to understand stories and examples. While I was able to fly through the book in one sitting, I was still left with a better understanding of what Hearn was trying to explain. Every point that he had covered was explained and backed up by scripture, giving one a full understanding of exactly what it means to know God. There were also a nice assortment of hymns and poems throughout the novel that accented what the different chapters were discussing. I found the novel to definitely be a worthwhile read, and would recommend it to anyone who is looking for more knowledge on the subject. The novel may also be beneficial for Sunday school classes or church study groups to use to further discuss God’s love.

Because of it’s easy to understand language, lack of editing mistakes, and supported ideas, I give Let’s Meet God 4 out of 4 stars. I believe many people would enjoy reading this novel and could benefit from its insight.

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Post by kandscreeley » 25 Mar 2017, 09:28

It sounds like a pretty good devotional although there are quite a few pout there with similar premises. Thanks for the review.
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Post by Shreyoshi Sen » 26 Mar 2017, 05:41

Thanks for the review. I like devotional book. Would read it once I finish with my present novel.
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Post by Amagine » 10 Apr 2017, 15:54

I recently said that I needed to read more Christian fiction and non-fiction books. I wrote a list of titles that were recommended to me and now I have another one to add.

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Post by Collo » 02 Aug 2017, 08:11

I believe that any book that talks about God's love for us is a worthy read. It seems like an interesting book.

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I believe that any book that talks about God's love for us is a worthy read. It seems like an interesting book.
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Post by Onyinyechukwu » 15 Aug 2017, 11:15

Let's meet God, that's an interesting title for a book. It shows the author must have intimacy with God. I hope it serves it's purpose. Thanks for the review.
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Post by March Reviewer » 16 Aug 2017, 22:54

Were there testimonies of encounters with God or angels quoted in the book? I like reading real testimonies.

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Post by Gifty Naa Akushia » 03 Nov 2017, 05:36

Wonderful review, am happy you enjoyed reading it. I will go get it too.
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Post by Abodunrin » 01 Dec 2017, 23:14

Immediately i saw the review something in me resonated with it, the review was quite helpful in compelling me to go get the book. Thanks for the review
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Post by BookHausJ » 16 Jan 2018, 05:56

No wonder why Christopher is so God loving and in effect he was able to write such a nice book! Because his name is associated with Jesus "Christ" the son of God. Just my observation. But adding to that, I love to read religious book because it enlighten my understanding of God's love. Though Bible is more than enough for spiritual knowledge, but book like this shares inspiring stories will expound real God's love. Nice review! Thanks.
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Post by Mildred Stallworth » 21 Mar 2018, 23:40

Thanks for your review. We need more spiritual and devotional messages that's backed by scripture. I plan to read this book!

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