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Who Me?!

by John Enlow

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 158158024X, Paperback)

Who Me?! takes a new look at the "mighty men" whom God chose to use - men like Moses, Gideon,Paul,David and even Jesus. As you see these men in a very different light, with all their faults and failures and limitations made evident, you will see yourself in a new light as well - one whom God can use. This will begin a process of transformation in the core of your being that can lead you to a new level of achievement in God's Kingdom.

If you are a "nobody" with a great love for God, this book will ignite some unquenchable fires in your spirit and you may never be the same. As you read you may find yourself asking, "Who Me?!" and you may be surprised by the answer you receive.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:17:41 -0400)

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