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Lifes Greatest Journey: How to be heavenly…

Lifes Greatest Journey: How to be heavenly minded and of earthly good

by Doug McIntosh

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The Christian life is a pilgrimage. Being a pilgrim in this world means standing for truth in the face of the competing values and philosophies of this world. With thoughtful insight and a strong biblical foundation, McIntosh will help you discover a pilgrim's values, vision, ethics, politics, temptations, and sufferings. But no matter how demanding or unexpected the trails may be, Life's Greatest Journey assures us that God walks with us and rewards us at the end of the journey.

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