The Organic God
I thoroughly enjoyed reading The Organic God by Margaret Feinberg. Her story of how she was welcomed into a world of religious tension has Feinberg called it. Her mother was not Jewish but her father was and then they both became Christians within a month of each other. Margaret became the glue that held the family together.
She talks about her life and how having an authentic relationship with God is a must. I loved how she talked about having nightmares but when she read her Bible before bed she didn’t have the nightmares. And when she got older, the Bible became enjoyable to read. Margaret even addresses how she turned from God and “partied like a rock star.” She turned from the partying and back to God.
Learning about God in a true, authentic way is the purpose of this book. Really diving into God’s word and peeling back the layers to see who Jesus really is. Falling in love with God all over again is what we all need.
I highly recommend this book for anyone who says they are looking for something more, something pure. We can have that pure, authentic, organic relationship with God. It doesn’t take much, just our willingness to learn.
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