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Thomas Nelson Called to Be God's Leader: How God Prepares His Servants for Spiritual Leadership - eBook

Following in the footsteps of the best-selling Created to Be God's Friend, which explored the life of Abraham, Henry and David Blackabys Called to Be God's Leader explores the life of Joshua. They explain how God both called Joshua to leadership and enabled him to develop the leadership qualities that he needed to lead God's people. Don't miss this opportunity to hear and respond to His call.
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Date:July 26, 2011
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Location:Michigan
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book and very much enjoyed the way the author gave valuable insights intoJoshua by comparing him to other leaders in history. Every chapter was loaded with truths and application. I read the book then afterwards began going through it again with the workbook. The second time through was every bit as good as the first. Great insights and very interesting. Awesome book.
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Date:July 3, 2010
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Robert McMichael
I have a great deal of respect for many books written by various combinations of Blackaby's, but this is not one that works for me. The book is about being "God's Leader", but probably half of the material is about secular leaders from history who had no obvious religious ties. Why spend so many pages comparing Joshua with US Grant, or Napoleon, when he could be compared with Jonathan or Gideon? I thought there were a lot of wasted pages in this book. If I wanted to study military leadership, I would read other books; I was very disappointed that this book on God's leader omits so many of God's leaders and has so much about secular leaders - material that I thought was almost completely irrelevant.
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