The Navigators, 14.12.2007 - 96 Seiten
The Grad’s Guide to Choosing Well explores tough issues and temptations teens and young adults will likely face as they head out for life on their own while offering truth, hope, and inspiration rooted in biblical wisdom.
Using Proverbs 3:5-6 as a foundation for making choices and setting priorities in daily life, this excellent graduation gift encourages young people to seek God’s will, set priorities, and have a deeper relationship with Him. The casual, easy-to-read approach helps them understand the power of the decisions the make today and the impact those decisions can have on who they will become.
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The Mind and Meditation
How to Get Started in Meditation
The Affections and Communion
The Will in Choosing and Obedience
Summary and Conclusion
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