- Author:Michael Youssef
- Publisher:WaterBrook Press (February 17, 2004)
- Pages:192 pages
- Subcategory:Personal Transformation
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Divine Discontent book. Your dissatisfaction with life can be a good thing .
Let popular author and Bible teacher Michael Youssef introduce you to biblical characters whose lives demonstrate the redemptive power of Divine Discontent. These heroes of Scripture followed their inner restlessness back to God who, in his grace, invites all to enter his rest. Do you have a feeling that you can’t shake–that life could deliver much more than you’re experiencing right now? The lack of peace might keep you up at night, or it could be a steady background hum that is not quieted by bigger accomplishments or more possessions. What you crave goes much deeper.
A Christian perspective on restlessness begins with the banishment of Adam and Eve and traces this concept throughout the scriptures, ultimately concluding that restlessness can lead a person to God and can be ultimately redemptive. ISBN13:9781578565566. Release Date:February 2004.
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Dr. Youssef is also president of an international broadcast ministry, "Leading the Way with Dr. Michael Youssef.
Published by WaterBrook Press (a division of Random House, In., Colorado Springs, C. ww. aterbrookpress. Michael Youssef, P. is founding rector of The Church of the Apostles, an evangelical Anglican congregation in Atlanta. Dr. His daily radio program and his weekly television program are carried on hundreds of stations throughout North America and around the world.
Divine discontent can move us to act in faith, follow the Savior’s invitations to do good, and give our lives humbly to. .
Divine discontent can move us to act in faith, follow the Savior’s invitations to do good, and give our lives humbly to Him. When I was in elementary school, we walked home on a paved trail that wound back and forth up the side of a hill. There was another trail, unpaved, called the boys’ trail. Our discontent can become divine-or destructive.
Within your soul is a deep desire to passionately pursue a holy undertaking. The biggest problem in the Western Church nowadays is complacency. This book encourages us to listen to the Holy Spirit, pursue our passions, and get involved in God's Plan for each of us. Go for it! In a dark world that seems hopeless you can still make a difference. Your work in that endeavor will be a light in the dark world and Bill Hybels book will give you holy examples and ways you can do it. Thank you Bill. get off our "pockets" and into the game.
You drift toward peace and contemplation," he wrote Sheffield, "and I drift toward restlessness and violence. Outside of the neurotic crowd, none of us are digging into or writing about our present life or trying to look into the future. And Danny tells Ethan that he is "better off" than Ethan, a mere clerk. Possibly Steinbeck's discomfort over removing Ricketts's name from the 1951 publication of The Log from the "Sea of Cortez" (published as Sea of Cortez in 1941) found its way into Ethan's guilty treatment of Danny. Instead, we are seeking refuge elsewhere than America or going into the past. I don't know exactly why this is.
For Lust of Knowing: The Orientalists and their Enemies, published in the United States under the title Dangerous Knowledge: Orientalism and Its Discontents, is a 2006 non-fiction book by British historian Robert Irwin
For Lust of Knowing: The Orientalists and their Enemies, published in the United States under the title Dangerous Knowledge: Orientalism and Its Discontents, is a 2006 non-fiction book by British historian Robert Irwin. The book is both a history of the academic discipline of Orientalism and an attack on Edward Said's 1978 book Orientalism, which he calls "malignant charlatanry, in which it is hard to distinguish honest mistakes from willful misrepresentations