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Number of Pages: 208
Publication Date: 2008
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Life is full of tough decisions. How do you know youre making wise choices that fall within Gods will?
Five important factors can help. Rather than base your decisions on a chance remark or an isolated verse of Scripture, look instead to the God-given resources available to help us make choices that match His will. Prayer, Scripture, and the advice of other trusted believers are just the beginning. Learn how to separate Gods will from the pack of alternatives and start making sound decisions.
Gordon S. Jackson teaches journalism at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington, where he has also served as associate dean of academic affairs. He has been at Whitworth since 1983. Gordon grew up in South Africa, where he worked as a journalist for a news magazine. He received his undergraduate education in South Africa before obtaining a masters in communication at Wheaton College and a doctorate in mass communication at Indiana University. Gordon has written or compiled six books, including Never Scratch a Tiger with a Short Stick and Other Quotes for Leaders .
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Gordon S. Jackson has taught journalism at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington, since 1983. He has written or compiled six books, including Never Scratch a Tiger with a Short Stick and Other Quotes for Leaders . He and his wife, Sue, live in Spokane.
chickieChicago, ILAge: Over 65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5A Good Foundation Influences a DecisionJuly 8, 2015chickieChicago, ILAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0Jackson's book initially was a turn off because it continually focuses on our sinfulness. Years ago, when I was more literal, that approach would've reeled me in. But I dug in because I wanted more guidance in determining God's will in my life. Basically, he assumes a foundation of what he calls the Big 5 -- study of the Bible, prayer, consulting other more experienced Christians, circumstances and inner peace -- with which I've come to agree are needed before making a decision. Then he covers stumbling blocks within us and how to counteract them. Then he focuses on trust in God, which is already stressed by the Big 5. So the answer is we don't know what God's will is for us, but we can be pretty sure if our decision is in line with the Big 5 -- even when times get hard.
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