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About the Author
Randy Kay is CEO of PACEsetters, a human development firm with diverse clients, including Fortune 100 companies and Christian organizations, and chairman and CEO of TenorCorp, a strategic development firm that has launched several companies. Kay has written for Forbes and the Wall Street Journal and is sought after for interviews by national broadcasting networks, having trained over one million people and coached leaders throughout the world. His breakthrough research on thriving in life spanned several decades, and uncovered practical ways to overcome trials and attain God's purpose for one's life. He lives in Carlsbad, California.
From the Back Cover
A child in trouble . . . financial stress . . . broken relationships . . . Is it possible to find God's heart when barriers seem to stand in the way?
We all face difficult times when we struggle just to keep looking up. For author Randy Kay, the challenge was extreme: He died. But at that juncture he met God and was restored to a life of joy he had never thought possible.
Kay had spent most of his adult years as a devout agnostic. Then one day, after an accident that ended his life, he met the One he had sought to disprove. From that time, though many challenges lay ahead, his sense of emptiness was transformed into genuine joy.
Through his own and many other riveting stories, Kay demonstrates not only that God is present when we need Him, but that our trials can actually lead us to true intimacy with the One who loves us beyond all measure.
"Randy expresses the heart of Christ in a compassionate way few can deny."--DR. JIM GARLOW, New York Times bestselling author
"Randy Kay explains how we can draw closer to God as He uses brokenness to draw us closer to Him. It all adds up to one compelling book that carries tremendous weight."--PASTOR TOMMY BARNETT, author; co-pastor, Dream City Church
Randy Kay is CEO of PACEsetters and chairman and CEO of TenorCorp. Kay has written for Forbes and the Wall Street Journal. His breakthrough research on thriving in life spans several decades, as he has uncovered practical ways to overcome trials. He lives in Carlsbad, California. --This text refers to the paperback edition.
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- Publication Date : January 7, 2020
- File Size : 3840 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 169 pages
- Publisher : Chosen Books (January 7, 2020)
- ASIN : B07VNHDD6D
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Page Numbers Source ISBN : 080079950X
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #141,289 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I am so glad that I finally read “Dying to Meet Jesus”. A friend told me that in reading that book, I would have a better understanding of why God would allow such a terrible thing happen to my first husband and that marriage.
I appreciated the author, Randy Kay’s total transparency of the life that he has lived, the life that ended here on earth, the life he returned to live—the miracles that he was used to be a part of, the good times, as well as the awful times for him and his wife and daughter
I particularly like how he used scriptures to “back up” his opinions and beliefs. Not everybody would agree with all of them, but they could not argue that this former agnostic did not spend many hours and years of his life studying and learning the scriptures as set forth in the “notes” to the book.
Having read “Dying to Meet Jesus”, I am more at peace with what happened so long ago and I would recommend this book, as I have, to everybody.
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The reason I have given dying to meet Jesus only two stars is because I definitely could not give this book to any of my non Christian friends because they would definitely misunderstand God and his intentions and how he uses people. They would get a very wrong impession of God and would probably not want anything to do with God after reading it. It would give a very wrong impression of God being some kind of of torture supportive being who wants to put us through absolute hell in order to have a relationship with us. It says in the Bible that god works all things together for our good not that he causes pr allows all things for our good. And this book definitely goes along the lines of telling us that all the suffering and all the torture and all the most horrendous things in life happen because God wants to break us in order to have a relationship with us. I cannot imagine anything further from the truth. John Burke describes much more accurately why God doesn't step in and stop every bad things from happening and he also explains very clearly how much our pain hurts god in his book imagine heaven. I have also ordered his book unshockable love which I think will be brilliant.
Dying to meet Jesus is definitely written with great intentions and I have no doubt that the author of the book went to heaven and met Jesus. His believing that Satan is God's messenger boy definitely would not stop any of the goodness coming from God and I also believe all of his experiences with regards to the healing he has seen and the miraculous miracles he has witnessed in his life. I have absolutely no doubt that God uses him to the full and that his experiences have helped him. However to say that god deliberately allows horrendous things to happen in order to break us to pieces so that we eventually come crawling on our bellies begging God to have a relationship with us is absolutely inaccurate and it is a real shame to advertise this. This book is for a very knowledgeable Christian to read who has a good education in the bible, do not read this book if you are a baby Christian or if you haven't got a clue what God is like, read imagine Heaven by John Burke instead.