The Air I Breathe by Louie Giglio — Book Review What do you worship in your life? The book was an easy read with eleven chapters, it kept my attention throughout the entire thing and it was easy to follow the logic and flow of the author, Louie Giglio. Right now, try to prepare your time to do the important take action, like looking for your favorite publication and reading a reserve. Unfortunately, too much of this book seemed to be aimed at readers who who new to the topic and so the book seems rather shallow at times. Whatever you worship, you become. The opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.
I read this book in preparation for writing a prayer walk for our church youth group, and the amount of Scripture and the thought-provoking discussion questions will help guide me. True freedom comes when worship flows through us as naturally as the air we breathe, when the words and actions in our lives resonate with our Creator so deeply that every inhalation is full of meaning. The Air I Breathe is packed full of gems that inspire and encourage. I enjoyed this book and recommend What do you worship in your life? He wants a full relationship that includes intentional worship, intentional praise, and constant devotion instead of a few minutes each morning. For others, before the mirror. Every day our love for our creator should be apparent in how we live. Connecting readers from all corners of the world is important to us too! This is a book that I will be keeping and I look forward to re-reading it again to be reminded of the opportunity and benefit of living a life of continual praise.
I was encouraged by this book. Try to make book The Air I Breathe: Worship as a Way of Life as your friend. Soon all of life becomes your delighted response to God! For others, before the mirror. This book has inspired me as a worshiper, and as a worship leader. I certainly recommend it to you. To anyone wanting to grow in your worship or wanting to understand more of what it is, I would highly recommend this book. Louie spells it out in plain language: Learning the real meaning of worship is the most essential element in the spiritual journey of the Christian.
Giglio's book is addressed to moderns and post-moderns who do not believe in God and do not think that they need God. Since then, every single human who has walked this planet has participated in this God-given ability, and divine quest. We worship whether we realize it or not because we were created to worship — but only God is worthy of our worship. This book has inspired me as a worshiper and as a worship leader. Worship tells us what we value most. No matter your age, it would be a good idea to open this book and read it to remind yourself the reason why you Please note that I have received a complimentary copy of this book from Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest review. Louie spells it out in plain language: Learning the real meaning of worship is the most essential element in the spiritual journey of the Christian.
This book has inspired me as a worshiper and as a worship leader. Read it, and find out why. In The Air I Breathe, Louie Giglio explains in passionate prose what it means to truly live a life of worship, offering insight and guidance for finding our personal path towards connecting with the God of the Universe. It is His thumbprint on our souls, a part of His signature. Everybody Worships Something What captures your time and attention? God sparked this desire within our hearts from the day He first breathed life into Adam and Eve.
Start from kids until young adults. This book has inspired me as a worshiper and as a worship leader. The text for Giglio's books is Acts 17--Paul's visit to Mars hill. And helicopters were flying over the streets just to regulate the great celebration. This is a prophetic and timely book. That's why you and I are going to spend our lives declaring the worth of something.
Stephen This is a book about worship. But after i got past the initial chapters, then the meat of the book started to improve. The E-mail message field is required. Worship is more than singing on Sunday morning. For others, before the mirror.
For others, before the mirror. Expressed in and by the things we say and the way we live. However, the author brings up lots of different ways that worshiping comes into our lives. Giglio connects everything with scripture in this book. But to worship anything less than God robs both Him and us.