One statement the author made that stood out to me is "God is good he's not nice" Wow! This author has a knack for motivating readers to read the old testament. I loved how he drew my attention to Abraham stating his focus was not on earthly possessions but was on going to heaven and God blessed him.
I loved this book. This author was also more candid than he was in Total Forgiveness and for that I am eternally greatful because he was able to speak to those of us who struggle with this vice and bring life to this very difficult subject matter.
Thank you Dr. Kendall, two thumbs up, touch down. I have had jealousy issues with people, for many years. I had always 'swept it under the rug', justifying it for all the wrong reasons.
This book is an eye-opener. I had little idea that God calls it SIN, and wants us to deal with it, before it ruins your life. Kendall's books are deep, yet easy to read and understand. I recommend this book, as a sort of 'surgery'; it will hurt, but the results are wonderful. The Lord can set you free, but He will ask you, to do the work and commit the rest to Him.
He is faithful. Love this book. I learned so much from it! I recommend this book if you're struggling with some type of jealousy in your life. It'll open up your eyes and help you on how to deal with and free you of those feelings of jealousy. A book for everyone it helped me process so much in my life.
If you are in ministry or just need help processing your jealously or people being jealous of you. I could go on and on. Just get the book!
Amazing book on not only our Jealousy but God Jealousy too. Just started reading this seems very helpful so far! Oh my goodness, I'm glad I bought this book. It explains the difference between envy and jealousy, how to identify them, and keep them under control.
Sometimes, God will use jealousy to push us into our destiny. Other than that, envy and jealousy are not to be toyed with.
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There's a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime. It seems more satisfying. Well, how do you battle with temptation to sin? The only way is by having trust in Christ sufficient to provoke you to obey his Word. In the moment, even though it seems that this will be more satisfying, it seems that this makes the most sense, it seems that I need to take matters into my own hands. Yet, faith in Christ tells me that obeying him is always going to turn out for my ultimate good, that I will have a better life long term, a more satisfying life, a more joyful life, if I obey Christ rather than disobey him.
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