The Shack Daily Companion: A 365-Day Encounter with God's Love

The Shack Daily Companion: A 365-Day Encounter with God's Love

William Paul Young Brad Cummings Wayne Jacobsen / Dec 06, 2019

The Shack Daily Companion A Day Encounter with God s Love This companion to the seven million copy bestselling novel The Shack features excerpts from the book along with either a motivating devotional thought and or a relevant uplifting Scripture in an ac

  • Title: The Shack Daily Companion: A 365-Day Encounter with God's Love
  • Author: William Paul Young Brad Cummings Wayne Jacobsen
  • ISBN: 9781935170068
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Paperback
  • This companion to the seven million copy bestselling novel, The Shack, features excerpts from the book along with either a motivating devotional thought and or a relevant, uplifting Scripture in an accessible daily format THE SHACK DAILY COMPANION is sure to inspire readers throughout the year.

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    About "William Paul Young Brad Cummings Wayne Jacobsen"

      • William Paul Young Brad Cummings Wayne Jacobsen

        Wm Paul Young is a Canadian author Young was the oldest of four He spend the majority of his first decade with his missionary parents in the highlands of Netherlands New Guinea West Papua , among the Dani, a tribal people When he was six he was sent to a boarding school.The manuscript, that later became The Shack, was intended only for his six kids and for a handful of close friends After multiple rejections by publishers, Young and his friends published the book under the name of their newly created publishing company The Shack was one of the top selling fiction books of 2008 and will be a major motion picture in Spring 2017.Young lives in Happy Valley, Oregon with his wife and has six children and several grandchildren He is also the author of Crossroads, Eve and the non fiction book, Lies We Believe About God.Also published under Wm Paul Young


    892 Comments

    1. I picked up the audio recording of this book, more out of a sense of duty than any real desire. Since I write Christian fiction, I figured I had to read it to understand the market and why this became such a hit. I'd heard all the naysayers who were unhappy with the theology, having God take on the form of a tall black woman, etc. So I went in expecting to hear a liberal version of the Gospel. I'm happy to report that I heard nothing that contradicted what I've read in the bible. Some will say t [...]


    2. I received this book through the Giveaways. This book compliments THE SHACK. I just finished a Bible Study on THE SHACK and this devotional book'arrival was the perfectly times. Each day is a quote from the book, followed by a short narrative to add to your reflection time. Although I find the companion a great way to re-visit the book and reflect, I do think if you did not read THE SHACK, the book would not be as valuable to you.


    3. I had gone through some really soul shifting setbacks and needed some guidance on why heinous things happen to God's innocent - the mentally challenged and how/when/why the World became so cruel, un-empathetic and uncaring. This book was recommended to me to find the answers to this question so that I could find some sense of peace and begin to forgive and move forward in life (because I was stuck in this setback). Although at the time of reading, I was not in the space to receive the message, a [...]


    4. "The Shack" is a one of a kind invitation to journey to the very heart of God. Through my tears and cheers, I have been indeed transformed by the tender mercy with which William Paul Young opened the veil that too often separated me from God and from myself. With every page, the complicated do's and don't that distort a relationship into a religion were washed away as I understood Father, Son and Holy Spirit for the first time in my life. --Patrick M. Roddy, ABC News Emmy Award winning producer [...]


    5. I simply love, love this book. What seems like a nice, simple story quickly pulls the reader into a special world of self-examination and deep theology. I am glad I bought a paperback because I found myself highlighting and annotating throughout the story.I don't believe I have been as strongly impacted by a story since reading Hinds Feet in High Places by Hannah Hurnard. Young spins a tale somewhat like Og Mandino, only much, much better.


    6. Great length of devotional for every day, and if you've read The Shack it's familiar enough material that it's easier to absorb than some other daily devotionals, since it's story related, not theology. Didn't sit through it in a year, but really enjoyed the days that I did read during the year. Definitely planning on keeping it around and handy for future years, too!


    7. I work in a jail and tell the inmates they should read this book, most can't get past the first few chapters (if you read it you know why) but I tell them if they continue on, they will see an entirely amazing incredible view of God.


    8. Still enjoying this book. I don't want it to end, so I go back over different parts to experience the goodness. I really enjoy the Author's perception of God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit.Maybe I'll finish it today to celebrate the snowfall.



    9. this was a daily book of reflections that have followed the novel THE SHACK as I read the shack and enjoyed it this was a beautiful book which I read daily moving well worth reading daily.


    10. I have enjoyed most of it. it is very relational that is the strong point of it. It made me miss Scripture though.


    11. I really enjoyed The Shack. This follow-up, offering a reading and reflection each day, was also excellent.


    12. I received this book in a Giveaway. One does not have to have read "The Shack" for appreciate this book. I enjoyed the Reflections as they reminded me of what I had read in "The Shack", but it also provided me with little nuggets to get my day off to a good start.


    13. Sorry to say I found the writing simplistic and the whole premise sort of 'pushy'. I hesitate to say that since others may think I should burn in hell for that opinion, but truth to me is truth Had to push through the last quarter with teeth clenched.


    14. I hear it's a good book it just couldn't hold my attention , I think it was just a little too slow for me




    15. lisation with a bit of mythical bent. I found it an interesting story. Not my normal cup of tea but can liken it to the hero challenge in Joseph Campbells thinking.




    16. I like this book. It's clever and I'm in basic agreement with the theology. If I have a problem with it it's that it's a bit too safe.


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