- Paperback: 184 pages
- Publisher: Forward Movement Publications (Feb. 11 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 088028370X
- ISBN-13: 978-0880283700
- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1 x 22.9 cm
- Shipping Weight: 249 g
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Amazon.com: 22 reviews
I absolutely love this book
July 20, 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
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I absolutely love this book. I've already read it twice and I have purchased 6 additional copies to give to friends and family. I became familiar with Mr. Cox writings when he wrote meditations for the Episcopal daily devotional "Forward, Day By Day" and I was so moved by them that when I saw his book advertised I immediately ordered it. I discovered, that like him, I also was imprisoned....not as he was behind prison walls, but prisons of my own making. And although I have never murdered anyone, I have many times killed other's spirits, left friends hurting and in many other ways been as guilty as he was of crimes against friends, family and total strangers. I was reading one of the meditations out loud to my husband one day and could not finish for tearing up and starting to cry. He asked if they all effected me that way, and I had to say "yes, they did". Mr. Cox helps one to realize that we are all guilty of sinning and we are all also forgiven when we seek that forgiveness. No one can take away the seriousness of his crime. Being drunk is not an excuse, but neither can any of us say this might not have happened to us. Thank you Mr. Cox. I feel like you are my friend and a better friend I could not have.
A Powerful Journey in Faith
December 18, 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
This book continues Bo Don Cox's journey of faith. If you have not yet read God is Not in the Thesaurus, I highly recommend you read that book first. You will appreciate viewing Bo's writing as the story of his walk in faith. He is a gifted writer, who in plain language writes of redemption and release.
I love these meditations
May 5, 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
I love these meditations! I planned on reading one each day - but found I couldn't stop at one, made myself stop at 3 or 4. Have already finished the book but plan on starting over and reading it again, and again, and again. Thank you Bo Don Cox for telling it like it is!!! Your love of God is so evident!
I first read Bo Cox in Feb. 2014 "Forward Day by Day"
April 21, 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
I "googled" Bo Cox after reading some of his daily meditations. He offers a different perspective of our prison system, the prisoners and how God can make a difference in everyone's life. I am pleased that I had the opportunity to read these meditations and feel that he has opened up a new perspective in my life.
Anne W. Dobbins
I Liked It
April 9, 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
I have appreciated everything Bo has written. After reading him in Forward Day by Day I wanted to find out more, so went to Amazon and found GOD IS NOT IN THE THESAURUS. I gave it a 5-star PLUS for honest experience, depth of understanding, and hard-won love of God. Therefore I was eager to read I Will, WITH GOD'S HELP. I ordered it and have almost finished reading it. I do like it very much and am sorry I am coming to the end. I read that Bo hesitated to write it , I don't get as much out of it as in his writings Ihad read earlier, I find the compilation somewhat awkward, but it is a good expression of his growth. As the widow of a fourth-generation Episcopal priest I only wish I could lead hearts and minds to God as he does.