Confessions of a Blackberry-Picker

eBook (PDF), 215 Pages
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In this book, Patrick Odum invites us to take notice of the holy in our everyday lives. People, places, and events that might seem mundane, he argues, may very well serve as "burning bushes" that invite us into God's presence and send us out to do his work in our world. "To begin to recognize his presence in the world around you and in every moment of your day," he suggests, "is to begin to see the great value of every person and moment in your life. Noticing his presence will necessarily awaken in you a sense of mission that you cannot escape. Nor would you want to."
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  • By Edward Fudge
    Mar 13, 2009
    "BLACKBERRY PICKING" No, it has nothing to do with choosing a personal portable electronic communication instrument. It is an inspiring new book by Chicago preacher Patrick Odum. The title, Confessions of a Blackberry-Picker, comes from a poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning in which she notes that signs of God's presence are everywhere. Some see, and remove their shoes, but most just go on picking blackberries. Odom has 33 short chapters that pull you in, make you better, then send you away determined to be more attentive to the "burning bushes."
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Patrick Odum
September 29, 2011
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