The Meaning of Christian Life

The Meaning of Christian Life

by George Huang
The Meaning of Christian Life

The Meaning of Christian Life

by George Huang



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"This is a book I wish I had when I was a teenager. I might have made some different decisions for college and careers." -- Author

We call God our Heavenly Father, Lord, and Savior when we commit ourselves to Him at time of baptism, but we mostly talk about God as our Father and Savior and ignore the "Lord" part. The meaning of Christian life on Earth comes from an understanding what He expects of us.

This book explores the meaning of the Christian life through three parables by Jesus: Parable of the Minas (Luke 19), Parable of the Talents (Matthew 25), and Parable of the Shrewd Manager (Luke 16). From these parables we can see God's expectations of all mankind relative to the three things we think we own while on Earth -- our time, talents, and treasures. God also offers an option for those who finds it difficult to dedicate his time, talents, and treasures to God's purpose. We can understand the meaning of Christian life once we understand God's perspective on these things. This is a book that every Christian should read and understand.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161985816
Publisher: George Huang
Publication date: 11/26/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 431 KB

About the Author

George Huang is just a typical Christian trying to stay on course. He has served in various teaching capacities in a few churches, learning valuable lessons along the way. He enjoys developing and sharing out-of-the-box lessons based on unique inspirations such as his car’s license plate, chemical reactions that occur inside a washing machine, or a Broadway musical.
He graduated from Harvard College with a bachelor’s degree in economics. The most memorable things from those four years were the friends he made in the Harvard-Radcliffe Christian Fellowship and the International Bible Study. That’s where he experienced a bit of true Christian living as described in Acts 4.
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