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The Last Arrow: Save Nothing for the Next Life Hardcover – September 5, 2017
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“One of the best books I’ve ever read. The Last Arrow will inspire you to make the most of the life you’ve been given and create the life you’ve always wanted.”
—Jon Gordon, author of The Carpenter and Training Camp, JonGordon.com
“The Last Arrow throws wide the window to what God always intended for you…a life of nothing wasted and nothing held back. Each page reveals another mindset that undermines destiny. In Erwin’s words, ‘When you choose to live, you become a source of life.’ It is time to stop burying talents and hoarding arrows. It is not too late to dust off your bow, take aim and shoot with all that is within you.”
—Lisa Bevere, New York Times Bestselling Author, Cofounder Messenger International
“I have never interacted with Erwin where he did not move me and capture my heart. His call in this book is one more example. He wakes us up where we need it, and pushes us past lack of clarity and through the unavoidable fear of truly spending our lives well. Thanks once again, my friend!”
—Dr. Henry Cloud, Psychologist and Author
“Erwin McManus is a passionate, courageous, and genuine man, and I am thankful to have the rare privilege to encounter him. In his latest book he writes as he has lived. The Last Arrow is a peek into the very threads of Erwin’s journey; threads that has been woven into the fabric of his very life and story. For me. And for you. And for all of us who endeavor to leave more behind than we have taken from this life. The pages of this book will poke you. In fact, they will prod you to live with eternal intention and fight beyond the tyranny of the mundane that we can all become so captive to. Truth and vulnerability make this message catching, compelling, and encouragingly dangerous. You can’t read this book and stay the same.”
—Judah Smith, Lead Pastor of The City Church NY Times best-selling author of Jesus Is _____.
About the Author
Erwin Raphael McManus is an iconoclast, artist, and cultural thought leader known for his integration of creativity and spirituality. He is the founder of MOSAIC- a Los Angeles based community of faith recognized as one of America’s most influential and innovative churches.
Erwin is the acclaimed author of The Artisan Soul, Chasing Daylight, Soul Cravings, and The Barbarian Way. His books have sold over a million copies worldwide. He lives in Hollywood, California with his wife of 34 years Kim McManus.
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This is a great read! There are too many worthy quotes to list, but here are a few of my favorites :
"The great tragedy would be to live your life waiting for that moment to come instead of living your life preparing for when that moment comes."
"Most of us are not choosing between life and death; we are choosing between existence and death."
"God's future will never come to us at the cost of our character."
McManus grabs your interest from the get-go by informing his readers he is dying. Although he meant it in a spiritual context when he penned it, by the end of the book the statement had taken on a much more literal meaning.
How would you respond if someone you knew and respected informed you they could be dying? You'd pay close attention to every word uttered, especially when those words are backed by passionate conviction.
When your days are numbered, every minute presents an opportunity to live life with all you've got. That's the message of The Last Arrow. Don't settle. Don't be mediocre. Don't save up energy and experiences for another day for another day is never promised to any of us.
Go into the world and make your mark. Even if you're unsure which direction to go, just start walking. Start a business. Hug your children. Take a trip. Take several of them. When asked to do something, go that extra mile.
Hold nothing back for tomorrow. Empty your quiver then ask for more. Don't ever look back. God is able to use you in a larger and deeper way when you're looking out the windshield rather than the rear view mirror. After all, that's why we're here...
Let's face it, we have all fallen short, and, at some point, we've all settled for average. But what if -- despite all our failures and regrets -- we could find a way to push through the challenges and mediocrity? What if we kept striking the ground with the arrows that we have left -- holding nothing back? What if we learned to simply press on?
McManus reveals to us that the impact would be nothing short of astounding. Our lives -- and the lives of others -- can flourish if we choose to persevere. Personally, I am passionate about the power of perseverance -- even wrote a book on it (Leaders Press On: Discovering the Power of Perseverance. But I would say this book is "THE BOOK" on perseverance, yet, oddly enough, McManus doesn't ever use the word once. Make no mistake though, that's what it's about -- Perseverance. Perseverance is the one characteristic every leader needs to possess, and every life needs to grab a hold. When perseverance is combined with faith, it's a game changer.
In summary, McManus beautifully illustrates stories of perseverance with biblical truths and takes you to the doorstep of your potential. He leads you right up to the entrance way to the life that you were meant to live, equipping you with the mindset you need for the journey. He reminds each of us that, "There is more courage in us than danger ahead of us." And then he encourages us by reminding us that we are "strong enough for the battles ahead."