Chasing Moments

Chasing Moments

by Ed Malone

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What gives life meaning? Is it the number of stamps in your passport? Is it the photos and stories you accumulated while living for yourself? What do all the concerts, sporting events, restaurant tabs, and vacations add up to? While momentarily pleasurable, we are left with vague memories, credit card debt, and not much else. Many of us ask—is this all there is to life?

There is nothing wrong with spending a little time and money to enjoy ourselves. God delights in our happiness. It is when we start pursuing the worldly standards of a successful existence that we ultimately end up feeling empty and lost. In Chasing Moments, author Ed Malone shows us we are more than mindless beings looking for the next good time. We all have a greater purpose through the service of Christ.

If you have fallen into the trap of Chasing Moments, Malone’s teachings offer insight, encouragement, and biblical principles for a spiritual adjustment and a new attitude toward a God-filled existence. He urges: Do not let the world dictate the value of our lives by its standards of fun, but let Christ be the ruler of your time and money.

If you surrender your moments to Him, you will see the moments you were chasing have come to you.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015962574
Publisher: Deep River Books
Publication date: 01/29/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 128
File size: 738 KB

About the Author

Ed Malone has been a pastor for 38 years, many served at Christ’s Community Church in Cookeville, TN. He served three years in the military achieving the rank of 1st Lieutenant with a year of service in Vietnam and has shared his love for the needs of children as a court officer in the juvenile court, serving as a counselor and house parent at a boys home and he and his wife being foster parents. A cattle rancher, Ed says that he always keeps activities going to stay physically fit because you never know when you need to grab a chain saw or your tool belt to get something done. He holds an electrical engineering degree and a master of divinity degree from the Southern Baptist Seminary. w.w.w.

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