Being Human: How to become the person you were meant to be

Your life is precious a precious gift It is sacred every moment of it The opportunity to live rather than sleepwalk through our days belongs to us This book is a call to wake up It is a call to each one of us to wake up, to live before we die It s easy to sleepwalk through life without ever really considering what we re here for But life presents us with continu Your life is precious a precious gift It is sacred every moment of it The opportunity to live rather than sleepwalk through our days belongs to us This book is a call to wake up It is a call to each one of us to wake up, to live before we die It s easy to sleepwalk through life without ever really considering what we re here for But life presents us with continual opportunities to wake up and to think about not just what we do with our lives, but who we become while living them Ultimately it is the story that we believe about ourselves, our lives and the world around us that will shape us for better or for worse So where do we find a good story a convincing narrative that makes sense of it all Steve Chalke suggests that Jesus good news about the kingdom of God a practical, lived out expression of God s plans for the world is the best story for us to find ourselves in Each one of us is called to be part of the drama of the coming kingdom, and it s in this that we find a practical spirituality that helps shape our lives into everything we were meant to be.
Being Human How to become the person you were meant to be Your life is precious a precious gift It is sacred every moment of it The opportunity to live rather than sleepwalk through our days belongs to us This book is a call to wake up It is a call to each o

  • Title: Being Human: How to become the person you were meant to be
  • Author: Steve Chalke
  • ISBN: 9781444789485
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Being Human: How to become the person you were meant to be”

    1. Gave up just not my sort of thing too many mixed messages and contradictions early on reading should be a pleasure not a chore

    2. I was given this book as a present from a friend. There were some things in there that I wasn't 100% in agreement with but I found it quite extraordinary and very engaging. I actually couldn't put it down and it's really helped me get a new perspective on my spiritual practice and faith. Recommend it highly.

    3. I bought this book in a rush really and didn't have a clue what it was about. To my delight when I began reading it made me stop and look at my life and the purpose of it.It is easy to read and contains many analogies which guide your thoughts and aid reflection.I definitely recommend it to anyone who would enjoy a pause button and to just look at where you are.

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