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    David Jeremiah(Author)

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Most Christians sense that something vital is missing from their walk with the Lord. We are easily discouraged and bogged down in busyness, boredom, mediocrity, and routine. In this energizing new book, Dr. Jeremiah opens our eyes to how we can live a life that exudes an attitude of hope and enthusiasm . . . a life of passion . . . a life wide open!

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  • PDF | 224 pages
  • David Jeremiah(Author)
  • Thomas Nelson (March 30, 2005)
  • English
  • 5
  • Christian Books & Bibles

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  • By Kathi on September 28, 2017

    I haven't finished the book yet but so far it has been very uplifting.

  • By Mark L. Turcio on September 16, 2009

    If I were to give a definition of the meaning of passion in life I would say it's the inward motivation and determination to succeed. Many have this type of passion. The work place, the discipline of academics, sports there are many ways passion driven people use that inward motivation to accomplish there life's dreams. But many of us also know that after the accomplishment we still feel unfulfilled. Why is this so? What causes us to become bored so quick? What makes the difference? David Jeremiah in this book Life wide open explains that one can have a spiritual and practical vision of what our life can be, if we only tap into the resources God has given us. We will always meet the back seat driver who will second guess our every step. The question is are we willing to look beyond the cynic and reach up to the heavens in prayer and ask the Lord of heaven and earth "give me a mission to serve you" then go out and do it. The believer in Jesus Christ has the Holy Spirit within, the cause of all passion and desire to extend the Kingdom of the Lord. The question we need to ask ourselves is why do we spend most of our desires on things that can never fulfill our lives? The four reasons David Jeremiah gives on page 96-97 is 1. Your Faithful response to God's opportunities will pay dividends in time and eternity. 2. It will cost you and others dearly if you fail to grasp God's opportunities. 3. Your faithful response to God's opportunities will be aided by those who encourage and support you. 4. Finally walking through God's open doors will serve as an example to others. With this said take up this book and be encouraged, get excited, but be prepared to have real fulfillment and spiritual satisfaction that will go into eternity with you.

  • By Jeffrey Leeper on September 6, 2007

    Living life to the fullest is not just for non-Christians. A common misconception is that Christians should have no ambition as this would be prideful. If done merely for the self, this book indicates that it would be prideful, but if done to glorify God, then it is okay.Dr. Jeremiah, senior pastor at Shadow Mountain Community Church in California, gives us scripture to back up the premise that we should live our lives to the fullest. As with many of his books, his explanations are not just biblical exegesis, they are solid, common-sense explanations. He uses everyday examples to help the reader internalize the information.This book is a call to action, any action. This book is designed to help empower the reader to go after her dreams.

  • By Mike on September 10, 2015

    One of his best books! Many worthwhile ideas and advice even for the non evangelical.

  • By Cheryl Meril on August 28, 2015

    In this book David Jeremiah promotes the likes of Rick Warren, contemplative, feminine spiritualist Sue Monk Kidd (When the Heart Waits), contemplative Calvin Miller (Into the Depths of God), Buddhist sympathizer Peter Senge (The Fifth Discipline), emerging church leader Erwin McManus, contemplative Michael Card, and Brother Lawrence (Practicing the Presence of God). That he doesn't remove this book from his website or Amazon indicates an unrepentant heart for promoting the enemy's new age mystery spiritualism. Here's a quote from Dr. Jeremiah "This book is a map to the life of passion and purpose, the life wide open…” (p. xii) Who are these small handful of people who have discovered the secret? (Those listed above)Here is a quote from Erwin McManus:My goal is to destroy Christianity as a world religion and be a recatalyst for the movement of Jesus Christ,” McManus, author of a new book called “The Barbarian Way,” said in a telephone interview. “Some people are upset with me because it sounds like I’m anti-Christian. I think they might be right.”Dr. Jeremiah hasn't repented nor apologized to the public for his error and promotion of Satanic leaders, including Rick Warren who clearly stated Islam's God and the Christian God are one in the same in contradiction of the Bible Jesus is the only Messiah.

  • By Daniel Darling on October 21, 2003

    If you have found your spiritual life to have grown stale; if you have reached that dreaded plateu, David Jeremiah's latest book will infuse you with a hunger to live more passionately for the God who loves you and sent His Son to die for you.I have read other books by Jeremiah in the past, and while doctrinally sound, seemed to lack a bite to them. This book, however is written with a free and easy style that draws the reader further into the core of the subject.You'll be inspired by the fresh anedotes and stories that permeate Life Wide Open and you'll be challenged by the Scriptural application that can and should motivate you to greater service for the King.We all should live for God not because we have to or because we want rewards or because its better than the alternative. Those are all valid reasons, but the core of our faith should a unrequitting love for the Savior, who loved us enough to die for us on the cross.I would urge you to take some time and read this book. And I applaud Dr. Jeremiah for inspiring newfound passion in believers through his latest work and study.

  • By Lila Ritschard on September 15, 2017

    Wonderful easy read brings one a stepcloser to umderstanding how God wanst us to live our lives and be excited in a way we don't usually think about

  • By Marilyn Leonard on July 18, 2017

    Using this book for a bible class I am teaching. David Jeremiah is a favorite of mine. Outstanding and biblically sound!

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