Driven by Eternity has ratings and reviews. Neil said: Introduction John Bevere’s Driven by Eternity is reminiscent of what is arguably one of. In this plan, best-selling author John Bevere paints a vivid picture of the way our earthly lives shape our eternal existence. Life beyond the final breath is much. However, the way you live as a believer determines how you will spend eternity. In this plan, best-selling author John Bevere paints a vivid picture of the way our.
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Even in moving away quite radically from its fundamental tenets, they hold on to the name.
Driven By Eternity With John Bevere
All these names pop up in my head beevre I read this book. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Eternity is bigger than we can comprehend, yet somehow we might say God is bigger still. Don’t wait until it’s too late.
As one would expect from anyone trapped in the dark and dank dungeon of aberrant theology, the eerie sound of chain-rattling and chain-dragging contradictions to the clear ring and teaching of Scripture are heard too often in Driven by Eternity. We cannot grasp with our minds the endlessness or the enormity of it.
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One day you will stand gy God and give an account of your life. But I also felt at times he spoke authoritatively about some of the personal words he received from God, as if they were true for everyone and the exact interpretation of the verses he quoted.
It is a wake up call for me to see things in a bigger picture – that the time I have here on Earth is so small as compare to my life in eternity. If serving God is an obligation, you have entered into a legalistic relationship, and it will be hard to keep His commandments.
Dec 22, JC rated it really liked it Shelves: Most Christians know their response to the cross determines where they will spend eternity. Even those who have hardened their minds to convince themselves there is no God still often, at the end of their lives, come to realize a deeper knowledge that has always been there.
One is to gravitate toward the temporal, that which appeases the flesh wood, grass, or straw. If give this book 5 ebvere because it impacted my perceptions of the whole counsel of the Scriptures so profoundly.
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Driven by Eternity | John Bevere
Much of it is Scripture just written in a way that it flows to understanding. Anyone entrepreneurs, church leaders, students, executives, parents, retirees, drlven. These are essential concepts; for me, they are mostly not new revelations. There’s absolutely no place for laziness, half hearted relations Profound yet simple. His exhortation to do so in order to secure a good seat in eternity is not — although we thank him for the timely reminder that as Christians we ought to be thinking in terms of eternity.
Jan 09, Melody Kong rated it it was amazing.
We’re beverw millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. I benefitted from this book. I had a couple issues with this book, however. John Bevere uses very tough love in this book to wake you This book was a hard read.
Description One day you will stand before God and give an account of your life. However, this is nowhere taught in Scripture. Order the book Watch the webcast. Not because the writing goes over your head, but because it is very convicting.
It was a delight to read in Driven by Eternity of a Heaven that is a real and solid place for real and solid saved human beings. It will change the way you see the world around you and everyone in it. View Full Version of PW. I went to college, and that took up time, as did the career I entered after my second degree. It’s helped me change my priorities and world view.
How you are living matters, it isn’t based on ‘free grace theology’ that seems to be perpetrating the churches today. The volume of scripture quoted was a huge encouragement. He doesn’t sugarcoat his belief that heaven is imminent and that many people, Christian and not, are wasting their lives on useless pursuits and priorities.
Love the allegorical beginning, but not sure I appreciate the “visions” he talks about in the following chapters. Cliche way to phrase it I suppose, but true non-the-less. And they drivrn too much emphasis on visions and dreams than relying on the eterniyt of Scripture. So many people, he says, live without heaven on their minds, yet eternity is planted in their hearts.
This book was a hard read. Books by John Bevere.