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When a person comes to end of their days they will not measure the value of their life based on wins and losses or successes and failures All of those will begin to blur together into a singular memory called life What will give someone solace or haun Great for motivation Awful for theology

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The Last Arrow

Mining the account of Elisha and the King of Israel McManus demonstrates why it is best to follow God into battle with an empty uiver He shows the reader why leaving everything on the battle field feels risky but yields the deepest sense of fulfillmen A book about how amazing the author is and therefore really pastorally insensitive

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T them until their final breath is what they could have done but did not who they could have been but never became the life they could have lived that never came to life This book is a call and much needed push towards that most courageous life By exa This book has so much depth There were times I felt like my toes were being stepped on in a real practical way That s a good thing The book will challenge you and propel you forward I will study all the sections I highlighted I will reread this book as there is so much in there I m sure I ll glean with a second reading


10 thoughts on “The Last Arrow

  1. says:

    One of the sloppiest books I’ve read in some time McManus contends that we’re all born for greatness and abundance but resort to mediocrity for any number of reasons fear ignorance regret etc And the passage he uses to illustrate this is an obscure Old Testament text which doubles as the title of his book 2 Kings 314–19 It has nothing to do with living in “greatness” or “abundance” and his framing of thes

  2. says:

    Great for motivation Awful for theology

  3. says:

    I have read my share of books in the genre of spirituality I have come across authors that grasped my attention and I dived into their messages And a year ago I came across this author’s latest book “The Way

  4. says:

    From beginning to end McManus calls for expecting God to give His best Reminding the audience that God doesn't give everything every time without us giving to Him our complete devotion and expecting Full of personal storie

  5. says:

    Erwin’s book challenges us to break away from our past and live the life God calls us too Many of us have surrounded ourselves with people who hold us back and discourage us from achieving something greater “People don’t slow you down; the wrong people slow you down When you choose the right people when you find your people your life begins to come together in a way that if could never do when you walk aloneIt’s time to

  6. says:

    This book has so much depth There were times I felt like my toes were being stepped on in a real practical way That's a good thing The book will challenge you and propel you forward I will study all the sections I highlighted I will

  7. says:

    This book was hit or miss for me; having read it on the heels of the prayer of Jabez I found myself wanting bibli

  8. says:

    A book about how amazing the author is and therefore really pastorally insensitive

  9. says:

    Title The Last ArrowAuthor Erwin Raphael McManusPublisher WaterBrook Reviewed By Arlena DeanRating FiveReviewThe Last Arrow by Erwin Raphael McManusMy ThoughtsWhat a very interesting inspirational read where I enjoyed the stories that came from the Bible of Elisha and Elijah where one will learn how to embrace ones future From this read I had

  10. says:

    I have a three chapter rule Any book I deemed worth the read gets three chapters of attentive reading Some fail This was one of themMcManus puts mankind as the centre of his errant theology pushing for a greatness that belongs to God alone I believe it’s the most dangerous type of book one with just enough truth in a wayward message to ensnare less discerningnew believers Chaffing against the conviction of th

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