Book Review: Too Many Voices





It is one thing to visit a Women's Bible Study and admire the leader's teaching but then read her life story and learn she transitioned from a weed smoking Hippy to a powerful follower of Jesus.  I review Alane Haynes' new release, Too Many Voices/My Journey from Confusion to Clarity on my other blog, My Calm Corner, here.

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  1. Testimonies like this one encourage my faith!

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  2. It sounds like a good read. There are many stories out there about return to God and Faith. Not all of the returners are honest, some do it for money purposes.(In my country, because of political coalition considerations, religious parties and their people get huge budgets and allowances).
    Anyway, like you, I also like short chapters and honest believers.

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    1. So true. Some books are spectacular reads and then the author acts out in ways anything but Christian! Gotta keep our eyes on God not man!

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  3. I didn't know you have another blog! I will click over there to read this.

    "Weed smoking hippie"... hahahaha! This description made me laugh. :)

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    1. My favorite Christians are the ones who understand the trappings of the world and do something about it! Author is the real deal, Sandi. Thanks for the comment and I'm happy I made you smile!

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    2. I love the name of your other blog … this describes you so well! Enjoyed your review!

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  4. I so agree with you! Oh, that we would all share our testimonies transparently to show His power, grace and love! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  5. Thank you Mary!! I ordered the book! Look forward to it!

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  6. It sounds like an interesting testimony and story, Mary! Thank you so much for sharing, sweet friend. Sending hugs your way!

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  7. It increase my interest to read these testimony and my faith on God:)

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  8. Just passing by to thank you for your visit and prayers. Sometimes, it's those powerful testimonies that draw wretched souls to Christ if Christ uses such testimonies to harvest weary travelers. Praying you're staying strong in the Lord's mighty power sister Mary. Blessings to you.

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  9. I love it every time people tell their story with honesty and vulnerability because we can relate to their feelings and that alone is the reason why we testify/witness our faith! --- to bring inspirations!

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  10. Greetings Saleslady371!!! Good to re-visit your blog! I love this encouraging story and it sounds like one I'd like to read in the future! Be blessed! <3

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  11. Merry Christmas sister Mary and may this new year bring a lot of His wonderful surprises. Stay strong in the Lord's mighty power! Love and prayers to you.

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  12. Rest assured sister Mary that you're always in my prayers. But I appreciate you sharing your heart's wishes. I think it helps to pray for the specifics though the Lord already knows before we ask! I haven't been blogging as I enjoy each day with my family since retiring from Corrections. Everything's okay with us by God's grace. I do miss many of our friends and was devastated to find out on my own that sister Denise (Shorty Bear) had gone Home. I know she's in a better place but I just miss those times when we are all connecting often in our blog world. Take care sister and I'm there with you through my prayers on the 4th ;) God bless and hugs back at you!

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  13. Hi Mary! I pray that you are well and would be blessed this Christmas to you and your family much love and God's favor and Abundant love and blessings upon you all!! ♡❤️

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  14. Believing in your healing as 2019 creeps in... Praying for non invasive intervention for your physical ailments. This morning, the Lord brought you to mind and kept praying for you. God bless you and strengthen you sister Mary. Stay strong in the Lord's mighty power. Hugs and prayers always. Happy New Year!

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