God on Mute: Engaging the Silence of Unanswered Prayer
"God on Mute was written out of Pete's own experience of the miraculous power of prayer alongside the pain of unanswered prayer and the common human struggle to find faith with that paradox. Just after the birth of the 24-7 Prayer Movement and of his second child Pete's wife, Samie was diagnosed with a massive brain tumor. Subsequent surgery to remove the cancer was successful but she continues to suffer terrible epilepsy and his deepest prayers for her healing did not work. Tracking Christ's own unanswered prayer through Gethsemane and Golgotha, the book leads the reader to Easter Sunday where miracles arise - often when we least expect it"--Publisher description.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - JennyElizabeth - www.librarything.com
God on Mute is perhaps the most poignant and relevant book I have read since Captivating, and perhaps even moreso. Grieg sensitively intertwines stories, both personal and historical, with theology ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - CatPollock - www.librarything.com
Pete Greig and his wife both say this is the book they wished they had had when they started walking through his wife's diagnosis of a brain tumor, and epilepsy. I think that if there was going to be ... Read full review