Turns out the youth intern's parents work at a radio station and gave him a box of stuff to get rid of. Brand new stuff.
So, I picked up this book, and about 3 CD's, and since I was going through a non fiction kick, I decided to give it a try!
by David Nasser
I had just finished reading "Crazy Love," and so I decided that this book would be much like it.
Where Crazy Love is inspirational and motivational, Glory Revealed is much more informational and personal.
Discussing in 20 different chapters the ways that God reveals Himself through situations with reflection questions and pages for journaling your thoughts, it is set up much more like a devotional.
It really was good to read, though I read it like a book instead of a study, and I came away with a fresh perspective on all of the different ways that God uses our positive and negative situations to bring Glory to Him.
Packed with Scripture, this book is for anyone wanting a deeper look into this area, that is well researched and well written!