Live Like You Mean It: The 10 Crucial Questions That Will Help You Clarify Your Purpose / Live Intentionally / Make the Most of the Rest of Your Life [NOOK Book]

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Scripture tells us we are “God’s workmanship,” born to participate in intimate relationship with God. We are to do the work of His kingdom—this is foundational to our identity.

This book will show you how to respond to your God-inspired inner urgings and live them out intentionally. Discover your true significance and priorities in living ...
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Live Like You Mean It: The 10 Crucial Questions That Will Help You Clarify Your Purpose / Live Intentionally / Make the Most of the Rest of Your Life

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Overview

Scripture tells us we are “God’s workmanship,” born to participate in intimate relationship with God. We are to do the work of His kingdom—this is foundational to our identity.

This book will show you how to respond to your God-inspired inner urgings and live them out intentionally. Discover your true significance and priorities in living out the incredible work of God’s kingdom.

A great discipleship tool, Live Like You Mean It also can be used in a missional setting or for personal spiritual growth.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781617472572
  • Publisher: The Navigators
  • Publication date: 2/27/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 969,262
  • File size: 928 KB

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Table of Contents

Foreword 9

Acknowledgments 11

Introduction 13

1 Why Am I Here? 17

Pinpointing Your Purpose

2 What Is My Sweet Spot? 33

Understanding How You're Wired

3 What Will I Leave Behind? 47

Looking Toward Your Legacy

4 What Really Matters? 63

Establishing Clear Priorities

5 What Is My Plan? 79

Determining Effective Ways to Grow and Develop

6 How Do I Best Recharge? 95

Recognizing the Rewards of Refreshment

7 How Can My Life Have a Ripple Effect? 109

Initiating Ways to Influence and Inspire Others

8 How Do I Relate to God? 125

Deepening Your Spiritual Connection

9 Will I Say Yes to God? 141

Responding to the Creator's Call in Good Times and Bad

10 What Shall I Do Next? 157

Creating a Plan for the Years Ahead

Notes 169

About the Author 171

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  • Posted January 9, 2011

    Great Book For A Study Group

    Live Like You Mean It by T.J. Addington was birthed from hard times and two close calls with death. The author , by asking ten crucial questions, guides the reader to finding God's purpose for their life. Each chapter concludes with discussion questions which makes this book perfect for a small group, Sunday School class, Bible study, a book club, or as a gift for one about to graduate. Through many illustrations, T.J. Addington shares his wisdom and brings clarity to the question, "What does God want me to do with my life?"

    He encourages the reader to write goals, focus on that which really matters, and shows how our lives can have a ripple effect. "No matter how God wired you or how He gifted you, His strategy for bringing bits of heaven to earth is very simple. He has placed each of us in a sphere of influence that is unique to us, and He's given us opportunities others don't have. It may be your neighborhood, place of employment, social circle, or any number of unique circumstances. God's desire is for each of us to use our resources and talents to send ripples of His love moving outward." ~ T. J. Addington

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  • Posted January 29, 2011

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    Live Like You Mean It

    As captivating and facetious as the title may be, this book poses some serious questions for readers to ponder. Issues like why you are here, what god wants for you, how you respond to God, and more are covered. With each, there are Bible verses included, although the book isn't stock full of them. The author tends to relate a lot of lessons to his own life and circumstances with those he has encountered. He even dives deep into the personal issues of heart failure and how he recovered. For new believers, many of these chapters will possibly ignite a fire in them to be proactive for Christ. For those that are a little more well versed, some of the concepts can seem redundant. However, for those Christians, this book serves best as a reference book to look up a particular question when the time arises as opposed to chugging straight through the book.

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