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Lessons for Living-bookcover

By: P. J. Wallis

Lessons for Living

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God has set the stage for our life story to be acted out on and with the gift of a free will, it’s up to each of us to decide what role we want to play; wilderness wanderers as the Israelites of ancient times, so close to the Promised Land yet not permitted to enter; or a believer in God’s eternal promises fulfilled in Christ. There are only two options.

God does have a plan for humanity; he has set forth a calendar, established a timetable; and we all live along that timetable, somewhere from its beginning, to the end of all human rule on Earth. He needs each of us to start again spiritually, to become willing participants in the inward transformation of our disposition, ready for the day to come.

Becoming a Christian is easy. Maintaining the claim that Christ lives in you will be the most challenging, life-changing experience. How do we change our inner self to take on Christlikeness? How do we react in times when our faith is put to the test; - times of unknowables, those things sometimes beyond the limits of human experience or understanding?

The primary purpose of this book is to introduce the real God, because if we seek a relationship with him, we must think of it in terms of a valuable human relationship. There needs to be a degree of attractiveness; we need to share similar values as God possesses to even begin to flourish and grow.

The tapestry of our lives is often envisaged as tangles and loose ends, while in fact something beautiful is being created with and through us. John has come to entrust his life to God, the Master Weaver, who has taken the humble threads of one man’s journey and woven a sacred story.

Originally from New Zealand, John moved to Australia in his late teens and then progressively into the world of business. From this ordinary life of unknowables and setbacks John has learned how to trust God more knowing that through his own weakness, Christ’s strength is revealed.

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