Four Simple Questions That Reveal the Beauty and Meaning of Our Lives Wayne
Muller. How, Then, Shall We Live? Four Simple Questions That Reveal the
Beauty and Meaning of Our Lives Wayne Muller Praise for How, Then, Shall We Live ...
Author: Wayne Muller
We all long to experience a sense of inner wholeness and guidance, but today's notions of healing and recovery too often keep us focused on our brokenness, on our deficiencies rather than our strengths. Wayne Muller's luminous new book gently guides us to the place where we are already perfect, already blessed with the wisdom we need to live a life of meaning, purpose and grace. He starts, as do so many spiritual teachers, with simple questions: Who am I? What do I love? How shall I live, knowing I will die? What is my gift to the family of the earth? He then takes us deeper, exploring each question through transformative true stories. We meet men and women--Wayne's neighbors, friends, patients--who have discovered love, courage, and kindness even in the midst of sorrow and loss. And through them we glimpse that relentless spark of spiritual magic that burns within each of us. Woven throughout are contemplations, daily practices, poems, and teachings from the great wisdom teachings. Page by page, we become more awake to the joy and mystery of this precious human life, and to the unique gifts every one of us has to offer the world.
Not a life without disappointment, a life without discomfort, a life without
disillusionment; but a life with a faith to look back on, a hope to look forward to,
and a love to live. I'm not holding up Jesus as a comprehensive model for
Author: Samuel Wells
Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.
• Reflections deal with issues that matter • Author is a renowned preacher, broadcaster, and internationally known ethicist Essays by a preeminent Anglican figure on the salient issues of our time, “issues on which I believe the Church should have a view,” says Wells. The issues run the gamut from social, political, personal, life-cycle to theological. Some of the issues treated include Islam, migration, the rise of religious extremism, dementia, Israel, marriage, LGBTQ identity, domestic violence, death, shame, old age, retirement, assisted dying, ecology, obesity, inequality, Brexit, and the Trump presidential election. “Sam Wells arguably has the liveliest, most agile, best informed, critically disciplined mind in the entire Christian community; and he has a baptized heart of honesty, compassion, and passion to match his baptized mind. In this book he ranges over a cluster of complex issues, all the way from hard public questions of economics and politics to the most pathos-filed personal issues of retirement, dementia, and death. Concerning every issue, Sam’s sound judgment instructs us as he moves easily from life to Scripture and back through church tradition. This book will serve many of us well who live with daily perplexities that admit no resolution.” —Walter Brueggemann, Columbia Theological Seminary
If all of the prophecies of the Bible have been fulfilled; why has He not returned? Is He just waiting for the right number of people to be saved? This book offers a fresh and new look at prophecies that still need to be fulfilled.
Author: Jim Bard
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Why is Jesus returning for the Rapture? Who is He coming for? If all of the prophecies of the Bible have been fulfilled; why has He not returned? Is He just waiting for the right number of people to be saved? This book offers a fresh and new look at prophecies that still need to be fulfilled. It is an in depth look at the key to the return of Jesus. There are prophecies relating to the world and the evil of this world building up to the "Last Days". There are also prophecies relating to the "Bride", for whom He is returning.
Then, standing before that audience, with millions more watching on television,
Billy Graham preached one of the greatest and most timely messages that I have
ever heard him preach. He preached about Christian hope, a hope that no other
Author: Charles Colson
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
2000 Gold Medallion Award winner! Christianity is more than a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. It is also a worldview that not only answers life's basic questions—Where did we come from, and who are we? What has gone wrong with the world? What can we do to fix it?—but also shows us how we should live as a result of those answers. How Now Shall We Live? gives Christians the understanding, the confidence, and the tools to confront the world's bankrupt worldviews and to restore and redeem every aspect of contemporary culture: family, education, ethics, work, law, politics, science, art, music. This book will change every Christian who reads it. It will change the church in the new millennium.
What they once took for granted now demands hard work and sacrifice. This is the first of three books based on Tessie's journals where she recorded her prayers and concerns. With each journal new crisis' are faced.
Hank and Tessie have an extra large family and an ordinary life until everything changes and they are forced to face challenges that require ingenuity and flexibility to keep their family safe and their faith strong. Uncertain economic times that include gasoline rationing and reduced income have the world as they know it upside down. What they once took for granted now demands hard work and sacrifice. This is the first of three books based on Tessie's journals where she recorded her prayers and concerns. With each journal new crisis' are faced.
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