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Number of Pages: 94
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.51 X 0.19 (inches)|
Let's be honest, living a godly life here on earth can be difficult. We live in a world that is fallen and wants little to do with God, so being a follower of Christ and living a godly life is a constant struggle. And unfortunately many times we make it even tougher. We as followers of Christ allow the perspectives and views of this world to infiltrate our way of thinking. This causes an even bigger struggle, because the world's point of view is opposite of God's. As followers of Christ, we must do just that, follow Christ. In order to truly live a godly life, we must see and think about things from God's point of view, not the world's. How we worship, pray, forgive, and relate to others, both inside and outside the church, are affected by the points of view by which we choose to live our lives. When we try to live for God using the world's perspectives, we have blurred vision. We must be transformed in how we think and view things, so that our lives are in line with God's point of view. Only then will we be able to truly live a godly life.
Brian5 Stars Out Of 5Great book!January 7, 2016BrianQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I received this book free to review. I have to agree with Aaron that Christians and the church have blurred things that the Bible has in clear sharp focus. This book, though concise, points these areas out as well as gives actionable steps to take to correct them in our lives. He even quotes from the movie "The Patriot". How can it be bad?!?
Gary GBC4 Stars Out Of 5Blurred Vision Brings ClarityMarch 6, 2015Gary GBCIn "Blurred Vision" Pastor Woogy distills some of the basic tenants of the Christian faith, and Christian living, into accessible chunks of both biblical teaching and personal accounts. His approach is humble, and yet he exhorts his readers to consider how they are, or are not practically living out the teachings of Christ- specifically in areas like Worship, Spiritual Warfare, Forgiveness, and Relationships. This small volume is very readable and great for readers of all ages, but will probably find its greatest appeal in millennials- yet, for many older readers this is a welcome and necessary exhortation to review the LORD's work in our lives, and renew our commitment to live for Him.
ColeOmaha, NeAge: 18-24Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Incredibly solid book!January 22, 2014ColeOmaha, NeAge: 18-24Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Whether you are a new christian or are more spiritually mature in your walk with Christ, this book is applicable and one you won't put down unchanged. Living a life as a christian can be filled with confusion and often uncertainty about what we should pursue and who Jesus really is. Well this book answers those questions and more. "Blurred Vision" is filled with scripture and real life examples which make for an amazing read. This book helped me to decide what path I would take in life and also helped me to more deeply pursue Christ. The author is also one of the craziest, and yet genuine guys iv'e ever met. He has a huge heart for Christ and is definitely not afraid to stand up for Jesus! He proves that Christ is the most important and our focus should be only on Him.
MattOmaha, NEAge: 25-34Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent, Blunt, Worth Your TimeFebruary 2, 2013MattOmaha, NEAge: 25-34Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5As one who has worked alongside Woogy, lived life with him, and learned from him, I can say with confidence that this is Woogy style for sure! It is Christ-centered, brutally honest, and rooted deeply with Scripture and personal stories.