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Nothing is more important than understanding this truth. Not simply for our intellectual or theological curiosity, but crucial for the quality of our existence.
This inspiring book tells us that beauty convinces the inquiring mind of truth. Beauty calls us to reshape our lives and exposes the shabbiness of our conduct. Our souls contact with Gods beauty forges a new affection no earthly power can overcome. Discover why enjoying God is the catalyst for substantive and lasting change in your life.
Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Christian Focus Publications
Publication Date: 2004
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.31 X 0.49 (inches)|
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Signs of the Spirit: An Interpretation of Jonathan Edwards's Religious AffectionsSam StormsCrossway Books & Bibles / 2007 / Trade Paperback$11.99 Retail:
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The goal of our creation was not simply that we might be happy, but happy in appreciating God's own glory. Not in reviewing our own accomplishments or in the enjoyment of our own sensual appetites. Not in the development of a healthy self-esteem or in the acquisition of a four-bedroom home with a three-car garage. We were made to glorify God and enjoy him forever. Nothing is more important than understanding this truth. This inspiring work helps us see that beauty has the power to convince the inquiring mind of truth. The soul's contact with God's beauty elicits love and forges in us a new affection that no earthly power can overcome. Enjoying God in the revelation of his beauty is the solution to our struggle with sin, the catalyst for substantive and lasting change and is the soul's satisfaction, with which no rival pleasure can hope to compete.
So what is it about God that when known and seen and experienced empowers the human soul to feel sickened in the presence of sin and satisfied in the divine embrace? That word again: Beauty.
Apatheism affects not just those outside the church but those inside the church who can't be bothered with their own religion let alone someone else's.
We need 'How to...' books but we benefit greatly from books that remind us what the 'one thing' is. You may be a fan of 'City Slickers' and be reminded of Billy Crystal's perplexed question to Jack Pallance, 'But what is that one thing?' We need 'How to...' books but we benefit greatly from books that remind us what the 'one thing' is.