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I Can See Myself in His Eyeballs - God Is Closer Than You Think

Chonda Pierce

What would it be like to get so close to God that we could see ourselves in His eyeballs? What if we could see our images reflected there because we were so close to him? Chonda Pierce wants to get close enough to God to see herself as God sees her. But to move closer to God, we first have to see him. In this audio book, Chonda, with her usual southern humor, tries to open her own eyes and the eyes of the listener wide enough to see God. Where is God when her husband gets a speeding ticket, when her daughter wrecks her grandfather's truck, when there's a tragic plane crash, or when she's driving down the road in a Chevette held together by wire hangers? Come along and laugh along with Chonda as she tries to catch God at work in the most unlikely places.

What would it be like to get so close to God that we could see ourselves in His eyeballs? What if we could see our images reflected there because we were so close to him? Chonda Pierce wants to get close enough to God to see herself as God sees her. But to move closer to God, we first have to see him. In this audio book, Chonda, with her usual southern humor, tries to open her own eyes and the eyes of the listener wide enough to see God. Where is God when her husband gets a speeding ticket, when her daughter wrecks her grandfather's truck, when there's a tragic plane crash, or when she's driving down the road in a Chevette held together by wire hangers? Come along and laugh along with Chonda as she tries to catch God at work in the most unlikely places.
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Description:

What would it be like to get so close to God that we could see ourselves in His eyeballs? What if we could see our images reflected there because we were so close to him? Chonda Pierce wants to get close enough to God to see herself as God sees her. But to move closer to God, we first have to see him. In this audio book, Chonda, with her usual southern humor, tries to open her own eyes and the eyes of the listener wide enough to see God. Where is God when her husband gets a speeding ticket, when her daughter wrecks her grandfather's truck, when there's a tragic plane crash, or when she's driving down the road in a Chevette held together by wire hangers? Come along and laugh along with Chonda as she tries to catch God at work in the most unlikely places.

Language:

English

Length:

1h 55m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

30:45


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

27:40


Chapter 3
Chapter 3

28:56


Chapter 4
Chapter 4

28:04