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Today is no ordinary day. You may perform simple routines, feel uninspired, or lack the excitement of hope. But today could be the most important one of your life--depending on how you choose to spend it.
Joyce Meyer, #1 "New York Times" bestselling author, encourages you not to waste another minute. There is something special, valuable waiting for you to discover in each day. And when you spend time with God daily, asking Him to help you find it, you'll unlock the wonderful purpose He has in store for you. When you commit to letting God direct you, instead of resting passively in your own disappointments, you'll be open to receive greater happiness and blessings than you ever thought possible.
All you need is the right encouragement. With over four decades of experience helping others find fulfillment, Joyce shares key biblical insights and personal stories that will help you make the most of this moment and SEIZE THE DAY
- ISBN-13: 9781455559893
- ISBN-10: 145555989X
- Publisher: Faithwords
- Publish Date: September 2016
- Page Count: 256
- Dimensions: 9.1 x 6.3 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.95 pounds
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2016-07-18
- Reviewer: Staff
Meyer, host of the popular Enjoying Everyday Life broadcast, preaches what she knows—finding God and his purpose every day—with a perceptible urgency. This isn't just the latest in a series of bestselling books from Meyer containing wisdom about how to deal with life's challenges, but an exigent call to get things in order and get back on track before it is too late. Betting that most people won't want to find themselves full of regret at the end of their lives, Meyer uses heartfelt, personal examples and biblical stories to encourage choices that will result in a life lived to its fullest. Practical advice for readers who want to stay on track: set goals, make specific plans to carry them out, draw on the Holy Spirit for determination to deal with emotions that can distract, and protect time from interruptions (one chapter offers 10 ways to avoid wasting time). Meyer advocates seizing control of one's schedule to focus on life's purpose, but also recommends being flexible, finding a system that fits one's style, and taking time to laugh. Each chapter includes a succinct summary of its important points. (Sept.)