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I had just come out of Futureville when I started reading With. All in all, With was a great book full of really valuable content. If you were to look through my copy, a good fourth of the book is highlighted, as is the same with Futureville. But speaking of highlights, I noticed in a few chapters that some of the things I read I had already Highlighted IN Futureville. It's good information and thought provoking stuff, but when it's already been written in another one of his books it feels a little regurgitated. Most of that is in the middle chapters, which made those parts feel a little sloggish.
That being said, those parts are still full of content, particularly if you haven't read it before.
Like most things, many of the themes in this book were timely for me. While I feel Skye's categories are a little reductionistic, (over, under, etc.), his view on life with God has am atmosphere of its own. Whether it was the stories he uses or the worldview he builds, I found a lot of joy and food for thought in his words. And anything that causes me to question my worldview is valuable.
Would definitely recommend! Keep it up, Skye.
The book was a powerful read and impressed me so much that I bought another copy and sent it to my friend and he was greatly impressed by its content as well. We as a church are also considering incorporating With in one of our future small group studies. One of the greatest quotes in the whole book which captures three of the five postures in relation to Christ is "He did not die merely to inaugurate a mission (LIFE FOR GOD). He did not endure the horrors of the cross just to demonstrate a principle of love for others to emulate (LIFE OVER GOD) or to appease divine wrath (LIFE UNDER GOD). While each of these may be rooted in truth and affirmed by Scripture, it is only when we grasp God's unyielding desire to be with us that we begin to see the ultimate purpose of the cross."
"Life for God" is basically putting the work of God is his place and attempting to allow the work to validate you in the eyes of men instead of God. This practice was fostered by the model of service I experienced for many years. The amount of work accomplished in the church became the spiritual measuring stick in the church regardless of the work was done for man or for God. God drew a line in the sand in my life in 2008 which basically questioned where my loyalty was. Was it with man or was it ultimately with God. I made my decision to remain loyal to God and I have not felt more free since.