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LESSONS FOR LIVING FROM A DYING MAN outlines seven steps to live a complete life based on the last seven words of Jesus. You must learn to forgive, know it is never too late to be forgiven, learn to care about others, notwitstanding what you are going through, have enough Word in you that in your times of trials and tribulations you can bring it to your remembrance, know the soul has not been created that can rest until it rest in the Lord; you must finish trying to do your own thing and completely surrender to God. At this point you begin to live while you are still alive.
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Reverend Archibald, longtime Dean of Chapel at Fisk University is an ordained Elder in the United Methodist Church. She is editor of SAY AMEN, the African AmericanFamily's Book of Prayers (Duton & Signet), co-editor of Divine Inspiration (Harper & Collins), and the author of Secret of the Psalms (Berkely) A nationally renowned Christian preacher, educator, and motivational speaker, she was selected by the Staley Foundation as one of its most distinguished Christian scholar lecturers.Review:
A Nust Read!!! Compelling and poignant, LESSONS FOR LIVING FROM A DYING MAN explodes with a prophetic voice to guide you into spiritual trenches of self examination and challenges you to wrestle with the primary issues of the human heart. --Lyneice Trice Mackey, Esq. San Francisco, Calif.
LESSONS FOR LIVING FROM A DYING MAN explodes with a prophetic voice and spiritual significance into the Master's infinite plan of redemption, purpose, repentance and peace and gives insight into the pulse and throb of God's own character and heart. This powerful exploration will challenge you! --Rev. George P. Lee III, Senior Pastor, St John Baptist Church, Savannah, Georgia
In Christian Theology, happiness begins with a relationship with God through the experience of God's grace. God's grace enables human beings to let go and let God. Archibald's book helps us trust the leadership of God's grace and indoing so, we develop the personal and interpersonal practices that enhance our relational happiness in our relational happiness in our lives. --Edward P. Wimberly, PhD. , Jerena Lee Professor of Pastoral Care and Counseling, ITC, Atlanta, Georgia
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Book Description Interdenominational Theological Center, 2011. Condition: Good. first. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP62597688