Making Great Decisions is a collection of Scripture and quotes that help reinforce the spiritual message and teachings discussed in Before You Do. These daily reflections will remind you that applying Christian principles to important relationship decisions will ensure choices that you'll be proud of for the rest of your life. Paperback.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 304 Vendor: Atria Books Publication Date: 2008 Dimensions: 8.44 X 5.50 (inches)
Now in paperback, the New York Times bestselling guide to making the right decisions—about marriage, career, or buying a home— by the renowned pastor, entrepreneur, and author.
My promise is that if you read this book, you will be equipped, you will know all you need to know about making foolproof relational decisions,” writes T.D. Jakes. Choosing the right partner, at home or at work, is one of the most consequential decisions we’ll ever make. How can we be sure that we’re choosing wisely? How do we know if we’re doing the right thing when we change careers? By breaking our decisions down into their five crucial components:
Research: gathering information; Roadwork: removing obstacles; Rewards: listing choices and visualizing consequences; Revelation: narrowing your options and making your selection; and Rearview: looking back and adjusting as necessary to stay on course.
T.D. Jakes doesn’t just preach to his readers, he gives them the psychological and practical tools that they need to realize their faith in their lives. Clear-sighted, realistic, and spiritually uplifting, Before You Do is one of those rare books that can change lives. “Remember,” writes T.D. Jakes, “your tomorrow is no better than the decisions you make today.”
T.D. Jakes is the CEO of The Potter’s House in Dallas, Inc. and the author of twenty-four books including the New York Times bestseller Reposition Yourself. He has won and been nominated for numerous awards, including a Grammy and NAACP Image Award. The host of national radio and television broadcasts, he lives in Dallas with his wife and five children.