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In The Life You Were Born to Give, David McKinley takes a fresh look at this kingdom dynamic by investigating the book of Romans. In it we find God's remedy for routine, unfulfilled living. He says, "This is the core issue of Christianity. It is not alignment with a code, enlightenment through education, or rehabilitation through effort, it is empowerment to live a new life in Christ."
If it's true that "everything we have, we've been given," then even our very lives are a gift given to us by God, given so that we can live to give, not live to get. Features handy one-page synopses of key points and questions for personal or group study.
|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2007
Availability: In Stock
Everything we have we've been given. Even our very lives are a gift from God, given so we can live to give, not live to get. Yet it is our tendency in life to absorb, to take in without distribution resulting in a "souring" of all that is good and a separation from all that is intended.
In The Life You Were Born to Give, David McKinley helps readers shift their focus from getting all they can out of life to giving their lives away, for Christ. Guiding them through the book of Romans, the transformational message includes:
- A Life Delivered (Romans 1-11)
- A Life Devoted (Romans 12: 1-2)
- A Life Distributed (Romans 12-16)
"Recommended for readers looking for a basic approach to spiritual growth." -Don Morgan, Aspiring Retail