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Think Biblically!: Recovering a Christian…

Think Biblically!: Recovering a Christian Worldview

by John MacArthur

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  CPI | Aug 1, 2016 |
John MacArthur and other Masters College faculty examine various topics from okay's culture and society. They apply a biblical world view to these topics. I finished this book feeling more prepared and also eager to apply biblical thinking to events and situations around me. Definitely recommend this read. ( )
  librarian4Him02 | Nov 11, 2011 |
Though June Hunt has written, taught and counseled in the field of depression for over twenty years, her latest book, "Hope for Your Heart, Finding Strength in Life’s Storms", was my introduction to her work. She earned my respect and my enthusiastic endorsement through the truth she taught me about hope.

Frankly, until I read "Hope for Your Heart", I thought I knew the definition of hope—and I did know one definition. Hope is the expectation of success in some activity. I hope I get a promotion, find the perfect clothes for a party, or see my grandchildren grow up strong and healthy. Sometimes my hope is wishful thinking. At other times, it is the desire to see my hard work bear fruit. I knew the “natural” world’s definition of hope. Ms. Hunt taught me the biblical definition of hope: “Authentic biblical hope is a powerful, undergirding force—an anchor able to sustain us through the fiercest storms.”

With the analogy of an anchor, June Hunt, using practical examples and an engaging style, builds a strong case for living life based on biblical hope. The book is divided into three sections: The Reasons for Hope—Guaranteed, The Sources of Hope—Guaranteed, and The Benefits of Hope—Guaranteed. Parts one and two sparkle and flow while part three seemed less effective in its presentation. Nevertheless, the book holds out a hand to floundering souls and offers a place to plant our feet firmly in these uncertain times. Everyone knows someone this book will help. Buy one for yourself and additional copies for gifts. In the midst of so many storms, provide this lifeline of "Hope for Your Heart."

(I received a free copy to review.) ( )
  LynndaEll | Oct 14, 2011 |
Excellent resource! Not the easiest read, but the content is extraordinary and compelling. ( )
  nisly | May 22, 2008 |
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