“Storm Warning” by Billy Graham

Billy Graham, well-known for the tent revivals and being a man of G-d in America, revised and re-released his book, Storm Warning. In it, he takes the concept of a storm: the warning signs and the impending disaster, and relates it to our current situation with our economic crisis. We are experiencing a warning sign of the End Times. Graham does not write this with the intent to alarm or scare anyone, but to open the eyes of those who aren’t paying the attention due to G-d’s Storm Alert System…

 

The text snares the reader in, as Graham writes in an eloquent manner worthy of recognition, and simple enough to compare to his revival sermons. Inspiring and challenging, readers will find this text to not only educate, but motivate. For the “casual” Christian, or one that’s just too lazy, this book is not for you.

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[Audiobook] “Untamed” by Alan & Debra Hirsch

This audiobook is narrated by Adam Verner – a first for me. He sounds plain, not overly monotone but still slightly, and slightly computerized. Although I do listen to these audiobooks on my Cliq XT, it still performs accurately and well when compared to the website’s audio, even with my headset bluetooth. Adam moves appropriately through the text, but still reminds me of an advanced Text to Speech output provided by TomTom or another form of electronical device. After listening briefly, it is my conclusion that this book is better read than listened to. It’s not a background reading – you need to focus on the audio to hear the words. Unfortunate, but good for those who prefer to listen during a reading time.

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[Audiobook] “Jesus Manifesto” by Leonard Sweet & Frank Viola

The audiobook isn’t that bad, but isn’t amazingly good, either. This book is a more technical book, thus I recommend the audio only for those who can keep up with it. I’m in my Senior year at Liberty and I’m not tracking on all four cylinders. However, the narration isn’t all too bad. Sean Runnette is the narrator for this book as well, and he stepped up his game a bit.

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