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Michael Catt - Courageous Living:Dare to Take a Stand

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Catch a new wind of bravery in the bold accounts of Abraham, Nehemiah, Ruth and others in the Bible, who, as author, Michael Catt, stated "....displayed great courage when it would have been easier to play it safe....They demand that I examine my priorites and deal with anything that brings fear to my heart."  As Michael brings fresh insight to stories of courageous people in the Bible, you will be greatly  encouraged to take a faithful, fearless stand in areas of life that bring fear to your heart and to begin to live courageously!

Courageous Living - Dare to Take a Stand
Michael Catt

Product Details:
  • Size: 5.50" x 8.50" x 0.48"
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Number of pages: 153
  • Published by B&H Publishing Group
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Ajax, Ontario

Recommend: Yes

Little errors

I've started reading this book and actually I am leading a study on it. I was encouraged by the introduction. I decided to follow up on the "Time" magazine article he wrote about as part of our first study, but couldn't find it. Turns out, the article was in Newsweek. Also, he gets the name of the article wrong. The title he mentions is the cover advertising. The name of the article is Men's Lib. Does the editor not follow up on these things? Also, Catt mentions that it was courage that Moses decided to stand up for his people. It wasn't! Initially it was pride and then he ran away in fear for killing the Egyptian guard. God had to drag Moses kicking and screeming to this. Moses wanted God to use his brother Aaron. Although I agree with Catt's premise for the book, I will now have to read the rest of the book with a grain of salt. Once again, didn't the editors catch this or did they just assume that since he's a Pastor and movie producer that he just knew his stuff? Our church is going through a transformation where men are realizing that they need to be the spritual leaders of their homes. If this book does that, then I'll rerate this book. I have kept my opinions to myself and have not shared them with others in the study to be fair. We'll see how well this book does.

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