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  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Multnomah Books (Sept. 4 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1601424515
  • ISBN-13: 978-1601424518
  • Product Dimensions: 20.3 x 13.3 x 1.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 91 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #248,447 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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This book is not Greater Nov. 8 2013
By Chris Meirose - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I had read Furtick's "Sun Stand Still" previously, so entered with a bit of expectation for this book as that one was a decent read. This one was not Greater. It seem to wonder constantly, was unfocused, and really never made a clear point. It was as though (presumably) the sermons he wrote originally that later were condensed for this book had no clear goals to begin with, leaving the final product muddy.

There are times in this book where Furtick moves uncomfortably close (for me anyhow) to promoting a prosperity theology - just short of name it claim it kind of thinking. Then in other places it seems like he wants to steal from David Platt and have everyone suffering nearly unecessarily for their faith (less of this than the prosperity though).

There are a few quotable thoughts scattered here and there, but none of them worth mining through the rest of this so that you can find them. While it isn't the worst book I've read, I'd certainly steer clear of this and find yourself something better to grow your faith. When I got more out of reading the endorsements of the book than I did from the book itself, it should tell you something.
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Disappointing Oct. 9 2013
By Gauffroi - Published on Amazon.com
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I have to put myself in the "high hopes but disappointed" category. My main problem with this book is, it offers the promise of "igniting God's vision for your life" but the author only devotes a minute percentage of the first chapter (let alone the rest of the book) to getting the "vision." I was actually hoping the entire book would be devoted to discerning God's vision. Without seeing the vision as the first step, one never gets to "burning the plow," "digging the ditches" or the subsequent steps. The message seems to be that God will speak to you. But after reading the first chapter (and the rest of the book) I still have no real idea how to recognize when God might be speaking to me. The examples given do not really help -- the persons described (including the author himself) just say "they knew." But in other parts of the book the author points out that The Adversary is always out there trying to derail you. How did the people in the examples know it was God speaking? How can you tell the difference, assuming The Adversary is charming and persuasive? In other words, you get a strong feeling that you are being told to do something, and it sounds good, but The Adversary is saying "He sure fell for that one." Another problem is, much of the book seems like "Sun Stand Still" told in a different way -- e.g., you should ask God to help you achieve the vision . . . but this is how you should react when the vision doesn't pan out, because sometimes it won't pan out . . . very similar to the progression in Sun Stands Still. So I am not saying the book is worthless, just disappointing.
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Excellent Book Jan. 11 2013
By M. Grissett - Published on Amazon.com
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If you feel like God has given you a vision - a dream - to do something that you feel is impossible to do, you must read this book. It is packed with truths from God's Word, and it is an incredible encouragement to start taking small steps toward that dream.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great book Sept. 21 2012
By Remodeler52 - Published on Amazon.com
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Very thought provoking look at how I CAN do greater things when I obey God. Sometimes I must give up good things to make room for greater things!
Great May 15 2014
By Nikki Healy - Published on Amazon.com
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Another great book by Steven Furtick! A great follow on to Sun Stand Still. If you are looking for the encouragement to step out and be great.. this is it!


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