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Die Young: Burying Your Self in Christ Paperback – January 31, 2012
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Hayley DiMarco is the best-selling author of over 30 books, including God Girl, Mean Girls, and Die Young. She and her husband, Michael, run Hungry Planet, a company focused on producing books that combine hard-hitting biblical truth with cutting-edge design in Nashville, Tennessee.
Michael DiMarco is the author of multiple books including God Guy and All In. He and his wife, Hayley, run Hungry Planet, a company focused on producing books that combine hard-hitting biblical truth with cutting-edge design in Nashville, Tennessee.
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From death to new life removes self and replaces it with God and by removing self,we have true contentment.
From down to the new up is when I come to the end of me and all I have is God. When all is stripped away, you have nothing to cling to and redemption becomes that much sweeter.
When less is the new more I have more self-control instead of being out of control. When having less becomes a practice, my wants don't become needs that rule me. More is always in competition with God and with others which always leads to resentment, fear and envy.
When weak is the new strong, I have surrendered to the character of God. My weakness becomes God's strength proved in my life. Waiting becomes a virtue.
When slavery becomes the new freedom we are not ruled by our desires but the love of Christ.
When confession is the new innocence, we demonstrate our need for a saviour, a healer, a comforter and walk in repentance towards the one who supplies our need.
The red becomes the new white because of our justification in Christ. We are in Christ when we die to our self.
The husband and wife authors reflected their own dying to self and what that looked like for each of them. I appreciated the gender aspect of dying to self as while as being in a marriage relationship. Being in a marriage relationship is where we are tested on so many levels. We are squeezed and what is in our hearts, is what is revealed in us. The good news is God does use that to glorify him and to bring others to his kingdom
Well written and practical. These are aims that a Christian continually strives for throughout his or her journey with God.