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Ten Questions to Diagnose Your Spiritual Health [Kindle Edition]

Ten Questions to Diagnose Your Spiritual Health [Kindle Edition] by Donald Whitney

Free Kindle Book for a short time.

Here are the ten questions the reader faces:

1. Do you thirst for God?
2. Are you governed increasingly by God’s Word?
3. Are you more loving?
4. Are you more sensitive to God’s presence?
5. Do you have a growing concern for the spiritual and temporal needs of others?
6. Do you delight in the bride of Christ?
7. Are the spiritual disciplines increasingly important to you?
8. Do you still grieve over sin?
9. Are you a quicker forgiver?
10. Do you yearn for heaven and to be with Jesus?

I have never read Whitney but he has a review from Mark Devers of Nine Marks of a Healthy Church.  Always use discernment and be Berean (Acts 17:11).

 


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Margin – Free Kindle Book

This is a great book for anyone.  I read it many years ago but sometime I gave away my last copy of the book.  I don’t know of anyone who would not benefit from reading this book.  Those who have time issues, business men, homeschooling moms, parents, college students, and pastors.  And its free!!!  Even though this book is one that I have bought and would buy more of for myself and as gifts.

Margin: Restoring Emotional, Physical, Financial, and Time Reserves to Overloaded Lives [Kindle Edition]

RX: FROM THE DESK OF RICHARD A. SWENSON, M.D. Overload is not having time to finish the book you’re reading on stress. Margin is having time to read it twice. Overload is fatigue. Margin is energy. Overload is red ink. Margin is black ink. Overload is hurry. Margin is calm. Overload is anxiety. Margin is security. Overload is the disease of the 90’s. Margin is the cure.

As a medical practitioner, Dr. Richard Swenson sees a steady stream of exhausted, hurting people coming into his office. A majority of them are suffering from an uncontrolled societal epidemic: living without margin.

Margin is the space that once existed between ourselves and our limits. It’s something held in reserve for contingencies or unanticipated situations.

As a society, we’ve forgotten what margin is. In the push for progress, margin has been devoured. So we feel distressed in ill-defined ways. We are besieged by anxiety, stress, and fatigue. Our relationships suffer. We have unexplained aches and pains. The flood of daily events seems beyond our control. We’re overloaded.

In Margin, Dr. Swenson provides a prescription against the danger of overloaded lives. Focusing on margin in four key areas-emotional energy, physical energy, time, and finances-he offers an overall picture of health that employs contentment, simplicity, balance, and rest.

If you yearn for relief from the pain and pressure of overload, take a lifelong dose of Margin under the care of a specialist. The benefits of good health, financial stability, fulfilling relationships, and availability for God’s purposes will follow you all your days.


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Money and Marriage – Free Kindle Book

Money and Marriage [Kindle Edition] – Free Kindle Book

Matt Bell (Author)
Product Description

Newlyweds quickly discover that money is a big deal in their new marriage. Getting on the same financial page is essential because research shows that the more frequently a couple fights about finances, the more likely they are to divorce. Financial expert Matt Bell shows you how to make the most of each other’s financial strengths, teaching you how to work together to build a solid financial future. Through a 10-step action plan, you’ll learn how to prioritize goals, get out of debt, build savings, and much more—all in a way that minimizes stress on your relationship and maximizes unity and balance.

Disclaimer: I haven’t read the book; however, I enjoyed the negative review it was given.

I don’t understand why the author an/or publishers left out of the description the very pertinent fact that this is a religious book. Did they think they were going to trick us into downloading and reading it, and then we would magically convert when we read all the bible quotes?

Sounds like something I can recommend. 😉


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