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Perhaps most interesting and useful is Foster's chapter on the controversial Christian discipline of submission. According to Foster, submission does not demand self-hatred or loss of identity. Instead, it simply means growing secure in the conviction that "our happiness is not dependent on getting what we want" but on the fulfillment that naturally flows from love of one's neighbors. Such wise and encouraging suggestions have helped many readers to discard the idea that discipline is an onerous duty and to move toward a liberating and simpler idea of discipline--whose defining character, as Foster never forgets, is joy. --Michael Joseph Gross
From the discussions and studies, the book will help you to walk closer to God.
It's the kind of book that you only want to read a piece at a time, because there's so much so start doing with each chapter.
Richard Foster has served the Church and Christians well by writing this book, "Celebration of Discipline."
Fundamental for starting or continuing a journey into your personal Jesus relationship.Published 1 day ago by J. Thompson
Probably written by someone who believes in a works-based salvation who has not been truly born again.Published 5 days ago by Ronald R. Berg
THis book is easy to read and understand with outstanding information. I am doing this with a Bible study group so we get the video too. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Ginnyk
it was good but a book of this intensity should be purchased in hard copyPublished 26 days ago by JoAnn
Foster approaches the discipline as tools to be used, not rules to follow. This makes them freeing rather than binding.Published 1 month ago by Phill LaCroix