A Sure Path: Moving Ahead with Christ When We'd Rather Settle down in the World

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“The path you walk is a sure one; therefore you can walk it with confidence no matter what and whom you meet along the way.”

Choosing Christ means embracing the life of a pilgrim and journeying confidently toward an unseen destination. It means abandoning loyalties that seem perfectly natural and making choices that take us beyond the comforts we think are so important.

In this warmly written book, Susan Sutton acknowledges that this path is not always easy, but God has provided...

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Overview

“The path you walk is a sure one; therefore you can walk it with confidence no matter what and whom you meet along the way.”

Choosing Christ means embracing the life of a pilgrim and journeying confidently toward an unseen destination. It means abandoning loyalties that seem perfectly natural and making choices that take us beyond the comforts we think are so important.

In this warmly written book, Susan Sutton acknowledges that this path is not always easy, but God has provided plenty of traveling tips—as well as a personal Guide—to help us make the journey with rewards we can never experience otherwise. Sutton’s insights urge us to accept the challenge—for only on this path can we discover the loving God who is always a step ahead of us. Each chapter includes notes for the journey—quotes from well-known Christians, a “for reflection” section with Scripture verses, and journaling suggestions.

“This book is to encourage you to do your part . . . to take your life with God as seriously as He does.”

Susan Scott Sutton and her husband are missionaries with WEC International in Chad, Africa. Susan has worked on staff at InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and has published several articles and poems. Susan is the author of A Quiet Center: A Woman’s Guide to Resting in God’s Presence and Sun Song, a bedtime story for children.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780825436611
  • Publisher: Kregel Publications
  • Publication date: 2/28/2003
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Susan Scott Sutton and her husband are missionaries with WEC International in Chad, Africa. Susan has worked on staff at InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and has published several articles and poems. Susan is the author of A Quiet Center: A Woman’s Guide to Resting in God’s Presence and Sun Story, a bedtime story for children.

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