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How we get reliable guidance is always a hot topic for Christians. Should we wait for a personal ‘word’ from the Lord, perhaps delivered by some mysterious process? Does God have anything to say about the daily matters that concern his people? Can the Bible be involved in our understanding the will of God for our lives, considering that it was written when so much that is familiar to us was not dreamt of? Perhaps most importantly of all, the dangers of personal decision and guidance without considering our relationship with others, particularly the believing community, are raised. Tim Chester addresses the issues and provides clear, thoughtful biblical answers. Reflections on each section and a final decision-making checklist make this a truly practical and readable guide.
Life is full of decisions. Even putting off a decision is a decision! This book is an easy to read, rich guide to wise ways of making decisions that foster a God–oriented life. I warmly commend it to strengthen your faith and enable you to take steps forward in living for God.
There are books on the market that are verbose and could be shorter, some books that waffle on, but then there are books that are straight to the point, direct and relevant. This book is definitely the latter! Our decisions should be made with gospel priorities, gospel wisdom, gospel motives and gospel grace. If we do not take these as the basis of our decisions then we will look to ourselves and might mistake our own wishes for ‘guidance from God’. This book has examples of what not to do and the dangers of listening to your own desires and mistaking them as God’s, it has reflection questions, further reading suggestions and a decision–making checklist. This is a short book that is absolutely packed with Biblical truth.
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