Featured Official Review: The Miracle by James M. LeBlanc

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Re: Featured Official Review: The Miracle by James M. LeBlanc

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Thank you for the great review. Definitely a book I would consider reading and recommending to family and friends.

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God is in control. The author's transformation is inspiring. Choices have consequences. This was apparent in the author's life. Thank you for the review
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We all battle different things in life. But most of all when u battling a drug addiction it's truly a difficult battle to fight. But author showed that there is Hope's of overcoming that addiction.

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We all battle different things in life. But most of all when u battling a drug addiction it's truly a difficult battle to fight. But author showed that there is Hope's of overcoming that addiction.

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From your review I believe reading this book would deeply encourage those battling with addiction. Thanks for the great review.

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This book seems like a must read. So many young people out there are battling depression and as a result, they fall into the drug trap. LeBlanc seems to give hope to such people.

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How we treat and view ourselves plays important role in how others treat and view us. The author’s story seems very inspirational. I am interested in how his ethnic identity played a role in his struggles and later his acceptance. Thanks for the review.

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Post by Sirrah Tahir »

The Miracles by James M.LeBlanc is as wonderful as we fell great about the world miracle the time when things change to good suddenly and it increase our faith in God. While reading this story reader feels itself as the story is all about the hardships of reader and when relief comes reader feels it.amazing idea greatly written amazing stuff.

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I believe others in the same position would draw strength and inspiration from reading about his journey out of addiction. This book was very emotional for me.

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Post by Mcintyredrew87 »

The one thing I liked most was how there were so many life lessons to take from the book. For instance, I learned that how we feel about ourselves can be really damaging. If you feel you are ugly or not good enough or not worthy of good things, then that is going to be your lot in life.

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God always intervenes for his children and truly, you cannot be loved if you do not appreciate yourself. Am happy that the author's life took a turn, for the best. Great review

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I %100 recommend The Miracle by James M. LeBlanc. A main thing I adore is how he turned to god, I don't see many books where people find god but instead most are about people having a crisis of faith so I really enjoyed reading something a little different. I also loved how there was so many life lessons, I feel like this book could be very beneficial to a lot of young people to read no matter what their religious beliefs are just to show them that they can beat whatever they're going through and that having or finding faith can be a great help.

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I can realize through this review that the author had many challenges and a not very easy life. Thanks for this informative review.
It was books that made me feel that perhaps I was not completely alone.

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This is a substantial read for anyone who is suffering from drug or alcohol abuse, or depression. The author's accounts are relatable and faith giving. To know that they saw their experience as a miracle was a comforting idea as a Christian myself. I feel that our faith truly helps us through struggles in life.

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Drug addiction is a big issue facing youths at this time. I love the way the author used his life experiences and how God delivered him from addiction to teach a lesson.

His own help came from God and any one can find help through God too.

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