- Author:Rob Frost
- Publisher:Authentic (March 1, 2006)
- Pages:176 pages
- Subcategory:Christian Living
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A list of things that I wish I had known and things that I learned when I first became a Christian. Some are serious, some more comical. The list of things and truths people did tell me was far far greater. The psalms isn’t in the new testament so don’t waste 5 minutes looking for them there. A lot. But remember this is only one of the many ways to praise God. Don’t worry if you don’t always sing perfectly in tune or if you sing completely out of tune. You’d have realised this earlier if you’d have found the psalms in the old testament
In this frank and personal exploration of five key issues which many Christians struggle with (believing, commitment, intimacy, suffering, and church), Rob Frost. Explores five key struggles of many Christians.
In this frank and personal exploration of five key issues which many Christians struggle with (believing, commitment, intimacy, suffering, and church), Rob Frost. Struggles which could have been lessened with better teaching early on.
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Explores five key struggles of many Christians.
So here are five things I wish someone had sat down and explained to me when I first became a Christian. 1. My church is Bible based is not something to go around declaring
So here are five things I wish someone had sat down and explained to me when I first became a Christian. My church is Bible based is not something to go around declaring. I was always told that my church was the Bible-based one, the event I was attending was the Bible-based event and that we were the Bible-believing people. Everybody else out there needed correcting
He told me he was getting ready to graduate from high school in a couple of weeks and then immediately .
He told me he was getting ready to graduate from high school in a couple of weeks and then immediately starting his college career in the fall. But I have no clue what I want to do with my life, he said. Right now I’m just going with the flow. So I started thinking about his questions again, and I began imagining all of the things I wish someone had told me when I was 18. Then I took it a step further and thought about all the things I would love to tell myself if I could travel back in time to give my 18-year-old self some advice about life. So after a few cups of coffee and a couple hours of deliberation, here are 18 things I wish someone told me when I was 18
For example: children affect your time, your money, and your marriage-and that’s just the beginning. We encourage you to read this book before the baby comes, and then refer to its chapters again as you experience the joys and challenges of rearing children. Things I Wish I’d Known Before We Became Parents.
There are so many things I wish I had known before I became a mom, but these are the ones that really come to.
There are so many things I wish I had known before I became a mom, but these are the ones that really come to mind when I think back to that first year. Sleep deprivation is torture. 2. When your baby spits up, it looks worse than it is. And no, you won’t be up all night trying to get all of that milk back into her tummy. At least I hope you won’t. 3. The terms vacation day, sick day, 5 o’clock, quitting time, and weekend no longer apply to you. 4. You will be doing laundry every single day. Every. Is this you? Become a LibraryThing Author.