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Robert H. Schuller is an American treasure. For fifty years, he has been providing encouragement and guidance to both the millions of television viewers of the Hour of Power and the readers of his distinguished collection of bestselling books. For the first time, this daily companion offers the best of this extraordinary pastor's words of wisdom. Dr. Schuller has handpicked these 366 meditations from such notable works as Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People Do; Life's Not Fair, But God Is Good; If It's Going to Be, It's Up to Me; Move Ahead with Possibility Thinking; Be Happy Attitudes; You Can Become the Person You Want to Be; and Turning Hurts into Halos and Scars into Stars.
With each day, you will discover the enduring wisdom of Possibility Thinking and learn how to make every hour of every day count. Filled with uplifting motivation and sage advice, this attractive collection is an ideal gift and the perfect yearlong companion as you strive to become the person you are meant to be.
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Dr. Robert H. Schuller is the founder of the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California, a congregation he started fifty years ago from a drive-in movie theater. He is the host of Hour of Power, a weekly television show that, with over ten million viewers, has grown into the most watched religious program in the country. Dr. Schuller has written more than thirty books, including My Journey; If It's Going to Be, It's Up to Me; Prayer: My Soul's Adventure with God; Power Thoughts: Achieve Your True Potential Through Power Thinking; Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People Do!; The Be-Happy Attitudes; and Hours of Power.From Publishers Weekly:
These 366 daily meditations come from some of Schuller’s most famous books, including Be Happy Attitudes, Tough Times Never Last, but Tough People Do and Move Ahead with Possibility Thinking. The relentlessly cheerful founder of the Crystal Cathedral in (where else?) Southern California uses bite-size daily devotions to tackle a few traditional topics (forgiveness, prayer, resurrection) and many motivational ones (positive thinking, self-confidence, risk-taking, the gift of imagination). Most of the devotions are generically spiritual, with God as the "eternal creative force" or wearing some other benign moniker, while others are more explicitly Christian. The writing style is sometimes too upbeat, with extensive use of exclamation points and rhetorical questions. Some tidbits that were fine in their original contexts seem glib when stripped down to their hour-of-power exuberance in this greatest-hits volume, where every tragedy is a possibility and every problem an opportunity. Some readers will no doubt gravitate toward Schuller’s uncompromising optimism, while others will find it simplistic and thus unhelpful.
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