Thursday, August 1, 2019

Open Hands Willing Heart By Vivian Mabuni GIVEAWAY!


As women after God’s heart, we honestly desire to please God. We want to be used by Him and to experience the peace and fulfillment He wants for us. Yet it’s all too easy to fall into living mechanically, with a rule-based approach to the Christian life, or to focus on getting what we want when we want it. Even when we want to be willing, saying yes to whatever God asks often feels scary, and the distractions of this world get in the way.

Vivian Mabuni knows this all too well, but she’s discovered that open-handed living starts with an intentional posture of the heart. Through surrender to His will, we draw closer to God in a way that makes our day-to-day lives more purposeful, powerful, and pleasing to Him. 

With Vivian’s warm encouragement in Open Hands, Willing Heart, you’ll learn how to step out in courageous trust as you invite God to give and take—and move and work—in your life as He sees fit. Along the way you’ll discover true joy and serenity that will carry you through every circumstance.

Pick up your copy here...
https://www.amazon.com/Open-Hands-Willing-Heart-Discover/dp/073529173X/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3DYTW7VVKJ90U&keywords=open+hands+willing+heart&qid=1564448959&s=gateway&sprefix=Open+hands+wil%2Caps%2C155&sr=8-1



Vivian Mabuni is a national speaker and writer with a passion to share the hope and life found through intimacy with God. With thirty years of ministry experience on staff with Cru, she loves teaching about the Bible and providing practical applications. Also the author of Warrior in Pink, she lives in California with her husband, Darrin, and their three kids. She loves coffee, shoes, sushi, and social media. 

My Thoughts...

As I was reading this all I could think was the author is trying to tell me to trust God and the peace that comes with that trust.
The whole time I was reading I was feeling challenged not in a bad way in a positive way.
Life will take you down roads you never wanted to travel but the author wants you to learn to trust.
I think this is a hard but good read.
The Mary Reader received this book from the publisher for review. A favorable review was not required and all views expressed are our own.

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