"God has a plan for our lives," but what does that mean in practical terms? How do we know Gods will for important life decisions, like who to marry, what job to take, what church to join? How can we be free if God has a perfect plan for us? Does suffering mean we are off track? How exactly does God speak?
Author Jerry Sittser explores these questions and offers a biblically based approach that is truly liberating. No matter what decisions weve already made, he points out that it is still possible to live out Gods perfect willeven if we think weve married the wrong person, chosen the wrong career, or landed in some kind of serious trouble.
This new edition includes study questions designed to help individuals or groups who are faced with decisionslarge or small.
I have a fortune to read both the Chinese and English version and this book actually make me make decision more easier as long as I know God is in control. Read morePublished 2 months ago by 亚马逊客户
A great read. Sittser is fun to read and offers keen insights into today's Christian life. I highly recommend this to any one who seriously desires to live an obedient life.Published 4 months ago by Emily M. Plater
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There is so much mythology and just wrong thinking about this topic. The author is very practical, Biblical, and down-to-earth.
This book was recommended to me by a friend and wow! It has challenged me foundationally and I wish I would have read it sooner.Published 11 months ago by Felix Q.
Jerry Sittser is an honest writer and is not afraid of looking into the depths of what it means to be do the will of God. Its a healthy and realistic look at ourselves and God. Read morePublished 14 months ago by A. T. Cleghorn
Jerry used many stories both from a biblical view point and from his own personal experiences and that of others to express his ideas. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Lise S. Tancrede
This book was purchased for a Men's Bible Study and was an excellent source used with the DVDs from a sermon series called Dog and Cat Theology. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Kimberly K. Ernst