Living With Confidence in a Chaotic World by Dr. David Jeremiah is a wonderful book! I think we can all agree that we live in chaotic times. This book is about applying biblical principles to your life when you live in days that "try the soul". Dr. David Jeremiah takes Scripture and inspiring stories and uses them to encourage believers that with the Lord's wisdom we can live confidently through turbulent times.
Living With Confidence in a Chaotic World spoke to me on many levels. Dr. Jeremiah encourages us not to give up, to instead, stay calm, compassionate, constructive, challenged, connected, centered, confident, consistent, committed, and convinced. As the Body of Christ, we should handle the world's heavy burdens differently, because we have, among many other things, a secure future in eternity. This book encouraged me, kept my attention, and challenged me. Dr. David Jeremiah is an excellent author and is scripturally solid. I highly recommend this book. I look forward to reading his next book" The Coming Economic Armageddon".
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Living with Confidence in a Chaotic World is undeniably one of the most timely books in these days of economic and political chaos and uncertainty! Dr. David Jeremiah, author of the New York Times best-seller What In the World is Going On? answers questions about how to survive these stormy times with a calm spirit.With unemployment rates tenuous, at best; with tension in the Middle East rising and the direct effects on our own shores; teetering our economic perils; with catastrophic events occurring more frequently in the form of fires, earthquakes, hurricanes, etc. people are living on the edge, desperately seeking answers to seemingly impossible questions. In a constructive and thematic way, Jeremiah first identifies the signs of our times, followed by ten strategies to help us confidently learn how to live victoriously in spite of external circumstances and naturally following internal responses that often perpetuate alarm and anxiety. By learning to stay calm, compassionate, constructive, challenged, connected, centered, confident, consistent, committed and convinced we become more than conquerors through Christ. This book is filled with priceless pearls of wisdom from Biblical writers like Paul, Peter, John, James, even Jesus Himself to modern day authors including Philip Yancey, Stephen Ambrose, Charles Spurgeon, John Ortberg and others. Jeremiah writes in a simplistic yet commanding way that speaks truth tempered with hope! I encourage everyone to read this book and share it with others for such a time as this!Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free fromThomas Nelson Publishers as part of their BookSneeze.com book reviewbloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review.The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this inaccordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 :Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.
I received this book from Thomas Nelson Publishers complimentary to be reviewed.I took my time reading this timely book, cover to cover. I thoroughly enjoyed each chapter and found the life lessons to be pertinent to our economic times and encouraging in light of the natural disasters the world is suffering. Each chapter is an exhortation to seek the promises of God , found in the Bible, and trust in His love and mercy during times of need and personal crisis. I recommend this book to all who are worried, stressed or have suffered loss during this economic downturn and are fearful of the world events that seem to overwhelm the media news.