Your Life, God's Way
"Living Our Lives GOD'S WAY!"
21 Ways To Live The Life God Wants Us To Live
With all the unrest in the world, along with the Covid-19 pandemic, many religious leaders are calling for a revival within the world-wide community of faith. This must begin with a personal revival for each of us. In order to start, build and maintain this revival we must put aside claims that we are members of this denomination or that one; are members of this race or another one; are of this country’s heritage or some other one. As Christians, we must all be united in our belief that we are all children of God and are members of His church, and that we are all members of one race, the human race. Perhaps my book, “Living Our Lives GOD’S WAY! How To Start Your Own Personal Revival And Live The Life God Wants All Of Us To Live.” is meant to help start this revival; first in ourselves, then our churches, cities, states, and eventually the world.
It’s available at Amazon.com in both paperback and Kindle. The direct link is:
I really hope you'll read this book because the world needs revival and revival needs every Christian to work together to bring it about. It all starts with Christians making changes within ourselves so that we can start making changes in our world.
To give you an idea of what's in the book I’ve included one of the chapters below.
PUT GOD AND JESUS FIRST
“You shall have no other gods before Me.” Exodus 20:30, NIV
Our God is a jealous god; He wants to be first in our hearts and lives. He should be! After all, He gave His son Jesus as a sacrifice for each and every person, so we don’t have to suffer eternity in hell. Jesus willingly suffered and died for our sins, so we don’t have to. He gave everything for us. Don’t they deserve to be number one in our lives?
Every day we face decisions, temptations, and choices. They’re part of life and sometimes it’s not very easy. But if we look at them in light of putting God first and ask ourselves how God’s eternal kingdom will be impacted, our decisions, temptations and choices become easier to deal with. When we ask God what He wants us to do, what would be best for Him and what would be best for His kingdom, we honor Him and He is pleased, and I truly believe He will bless us in our decisions and choices.
As Christians we should want our words and actions to please God, not the world. While it may hurt when people make fun of us because of our beliefs, we should be joyful because we’ve been faithful and have shown others that God and what He wants are first in our lives. We must always consider who we’re trying to please; other people, ourselves, or God.