What believer doesn’t want to succeed in the Christian life? God’s desire is for His people to experience real success—the kind that lasts into eternity and not the world’s fleshly substitute.
With the help of athletic illustrations both from Scripture and real life, you will learn what it takes to be your best by discovering...
- what it really means to put God first in all things
- how to live the Christian life in God’s power
- the essentials for building spiritual endurance
- effective ways to avoid hindrances and temptation
- the keys to making the best choices and finishing strong
Winning with God makes you a winner in every area of life. No matter what your occupation or background, the principles in this book will enable you to experience God’s kind of success—a success that will have a positive impact on all you do.
|Publisher:||Harvest House Publishers|
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Reviewed by Karen Pirnot for Readers' Favorite In "In It to Win It," author Steven Lawson presents his ideas on how to get out of the hectic and non-rewarding cultural rat race and into a personal race that honor's God's purpose for us. Basically, the author contends that the rat race is wide open, jam packed, and deadly. Most people tend to buy into the rat race because it is easier than having to search for meaning and purpose in life. As an alternative to the rat race, Lawson proposes that individuals take the narrow road, a road which is oftentimes ill-defined and difficult. It is a path which few people are able to tread and there may be a feeling of loneliness attached to the road. The reward for traveling the narrow path is that you eventually get to the top of the mountain and you have the opportunity to search for the gate and discover what lies beyond. Lawson contends that the narrow path is the only one with true meaning because it is God's way. "In It to Win It" is a well-organized book which sets out to describe the consequences and rewards of consciously choosing a path of personal purpose. There are ongoing hints on how to walk the personal path effectively and also ideas on what to do when you stray from the path. How to avoid sin by allowing God to control your steps through the narrow path is a substantial message throughout the book. Although author Lawson has not said anything the reader has not heard before, he says it in a friendly and forceful manner.