Fix Me, Love Them: Christianity as it Should Be

Fix Me Love Them Christianity as it Should Be So often we feel it is our calling to fix people for God But is this really the Christian life as Christ intends Is it really our place to judge condemn and mold people into who we believe they need

  • Title: Fix Me, Love Them: Christianity as it Should Be
  • Author: MattWells
  • ISBN: 9781466315952
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Paperback
  • So often we feel it is our calling to fix people for God But is this really the Christian life as Christ intends Is it really our place to judge, condemn, and mold people into who we believe they need to be, or are we only to focus on bettering ourselves, so that we may better love others

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    1. It is my hope that this book will play a small role in inspiring people to live a life which is centered around the unfathomable love of Christ. The world around us is far too familiar with pain, sorrow, loneliness, and despair, and we have an opportunity to charge into the darkness with a message of love, hope, grace, peace, and restoration.The first chapter begins with what the Bible says is the second greatest commandment; "Love your neighbor as yourself." However, we often miss the starting [...]

    2. Never underestimate the power of simplicity. While there may not be any profound revelation or verbage that only a seminary professor can possibly understand, there is plenty to chew on in Fix Me, Love Them. From the opening story of the author's friend to the closing statements, you can practically feel the passion that went into this book. While the stories are specific to the author's experiences, the reader can nevertheless relate to them in a very personal way. Who has ever been the ear for [...]

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