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How do you explain a love that has no explanation? What will happen if you let it touch your heart? God loves you not because you are flawless, not because you are a perfect person, but just because you are.

In Life Changing Love, John Ortberg reveals the God you've longed to encounter: a Father head over heels in love with you, his child, who is intensely committed to your highest joy. Ortberg takes you to the very core of God's being to discover a burning, passionate love that gives and gives and gives. He explores the life-changing ways this love has expressed itself through Jesus. And he shows how you, like Jesus, can love your mate, your family, your friends, and the world around you with the same practical, transforming love.

Dispelling your fears and misconceptions of God, Life Changing Love brings you face to face with the love that frees and empowers you to love.

©2015 John Ortberg (P)2015 Zondervan

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  • Jake
  • 07-02-17

Decent book, below average narration

The content of the book is pretty good, but I found it difficult to listen because of the narration. The reader, when he put tried to put emphasis or inflection in at all, put it in awkward places and there were many times he simply read the content monotone when the book called for a little emphasis. It almost sounded like he was "sounding out" the words at times, focusing so hard on just reading that he failed to put any emotion into it or think about what he was reading to put emphasis where it was appropriate. While I recommend the book generally, I would rather read it than listen.

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