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Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2007
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 X 1.0 (inches)|
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Don't you deserve a little happiness?
They are the questions that plague us:
- Is happiness within my reach?
- Why is life so frustrating?
- Is it too late for me?
Or to put another way, "Where can I find a little heaven on earth?"
History's most successful man, Solomon, wondered just that. As Dr. David Jeremiah shows us, he was a man who tested life's haunting questions head-on. And tasted life's riches full-on. And who found his answers in the last place he thought to look.
Listen, then, to his voice. A voice that, if you pay attention, will speak directly to your flesh and bones and heart. A voice that admits: Maybe happiness is an empty hope. Or maybe we've simply been looking in all the wrong places. . .
Gail L Gargani5 Stars Out Of 5June 21, 2008Gail L GarganiWhat a great book! I was deeply encouraged and inspired by the way David Jeremiah explained verses in the book of Ecclesiastes. It helped me to focus on the eternal things rather than on the things of this world. We have so much more to look forward to than anything this world has to offer.