By Charles R. Swindoll
When we rewind heritage again to Abraham's period, we come upon those that concocted fake superstitions to provide an explanation for the unexplainable. robust kings claimed to be gods, development substantial pyramids to accomplish immortality. Out of this mass of misunderstandings, one guy emerged. the guy we all know this present day as Abraham not just claimed that one precise author existed but additionally staked his complete existence in this trust. Why, hundreds of thousands of years later, are we nonetheless discussing the religion of this wasteland nomad? one among America's hottest Bible lecturers, Pastor Chuck Swindoll, solutions that query and lots of extra during this compelling and insightful biography that would encourage your personal religion.
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1. Are you seeking God’s will deliberately and passionately? Of the seven deadly sins, sloth may be the most sinister of all. Deadly passivity can consume our lives, and before we know it, we have nothing to show for our years. But sloth isn’t laziness. Sloth has little to do with inactivity. At its core, sloth is disconnecting from what should keep us passionate. Sloth is failing to follow the course set before us by God, failing to fulfill our divine purpose. I challenge you to pray, “Lord, guide me into Your will, regardless of what change is necessary, regardless of where I must go or what I must do.
Not Knowing Chapter 2: When the Faithful Fail Chapter 3: A Decision That Led to a Disaster Chapter 4: Abram, the Greathearted Chapter 5: Can We Talk? Chapter 6: Running ahead of God Chapter 7: Deepening Our Roots with God Chapter 8: One of Those Upper-Downer Days Chapter 9: What Happens When We Pray? Chapter 10: When the Cesspool Overflows Chapter 11: A Wail of Two Cities Chapter 12: Overcoming Depravity’s Dangerous Undertow Chapter 13: Disobedience Déjà Vu Chapter 14: It’s a Boy! . ” Chapter 17: A Healthy Household of Faith Chapter 18: On Finding Your Lifelong Companion Chapter 19: What a Way to Go!
Instead of seeking to know God, their Creator, they exchanged truth for superstition. They entertained themselves with campfire stories of mythical spirit beings whose activities affected the physical world, they carved idols to represent these imaginary gods, and they then did appalling things to appease them. God could have turned His back on creation. He could have abandoned humanity to its own self-destructive ignorance. He was not morally compelled to rescue humanity from the evil it created and perpetuated.
Abraham. One Nomad's Amazing Journey of Faith by Charles R. Swindoll