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Then comes marriage
We spend much of our time and energy trying to fall in love: often to the point of dating anybody who will go out with us. Problematically, we tend to disregard the future as we seek the love of our life. We focus so intently on falling in love, that we forget the target of that love. That target, or destination, is marriage. This book is an outpouring of my burden to help young people to experience marriage centered dating. Yes, “love” should come first, but don’t get lost there.
Its not my fault!
Can your own feelings of “Christ-likeness,” keep you from offering forgiveness as Christ modeled on the cross?
It is often when we are most innocent, that we are most guilty of withholding forgiveness from those who have wronged us. Therefore, relationships are ended, not because of the wrongs performed, but because of the forgiveness not provided by he who saw himself most righteous or “Christ-like.”
This book strives to take a harsh and unapologetic look at our all-too-common tendency to stay bitter.
Defeater or defeated?
Success means different things to every person, but everyone wants to attain it. So how do we attain that which we cannot define? It’s simple – Success is a byproduct of doing the right thing, if you focus on the byproduct, you’ll never actually get it.
This book explores Biblical principles of success. Covering 38 different topics, this book will help you reach your greatest potential.
Don’t live your life by accident. Accidental living breeds defeated living. If you’re anything like me, you don’t want to be defeated, you want to be the Defeater!
dealing with Adversity
How can we handle those circumstances far beyond our control with grace and mercy as a Christian ought? Why do some people turn to God while others turn away? What course of action can I take when life feels out of my hands? How can we best follow God’s plan for dealing with adversity?
This character study takes a deep look at the lives of Joseph, David, Esther, Job, Daniel, and Paul in order to delve into how faith’s greatest heros faced the greatest trials humanity has ever encountered.