Kingdom Journeys: Rediscovering the Lost Spiritual Disciplineby Seth Barnes
Hundreds of books talk about our faith walk as a journey. But few delve into the subject of how a physical journey can reinvent and revitalize our
Do you feel like you've been missing out on the abundant life? Most people do. If you take a look at the life of Jesus, you see that he called his disciples to follow him - on a physical journey, not just a spiritual one.
Hundreds of books talk about our faith walk as a journey. But few delve into the subject of how a physical journey can reinvent and revitalize our spiritual journey with God.
Kingdom Journeys is about the journeys we all take, presented in a series of "initiation steps" by disciples who are taking serious the call to leave everything and simply "go."
This book is an exploration of an ancient spiritual discipline we must recover - if we're going to truly follow Jesus.
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"When we abandon the things that give us comfort, God brings us to brokenness, which allows us to unpack the baggage others have saddled on us. We begin to discover our true self. Brokenness...strips away the false self. It allows God to transform us into a new creation." When you come to the end of yourself, you are ready to surrender. Kingdom Journeys teaches you how to surrender and experience the pain and choose to stay in it as long as God is in it. As Barnes so aptly reminds us, "the cost of not surrendering is that you'll settle for a cheap substitute, never embracing God's best. As someone who has been on several short-term mission trips and come back completely wrecked, I can tell you Kingdom Journeys is like water to a parched soul. Kingdom Journeys is a great book for everyone wanting to live out their faith in Christ. Seth reminds us, "God sent every major hero in the Bible on a journey so they could be broken." Do you need to be broken?