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Ordering Your Private World ((Rev)03 Edition)by Gordon Macdonald
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Ordering Your Private World is phenomenal selling over 1 million copies upon its original release in 1984. With revisions and new material, it is ever more timely to readers. Never admitting to have it all together, but rather using his own personal struggle as a way for readers to relate to his principles, Gordon MacDonald's classic book invites readers to bring order to their personal life by inviting God's control over every segment of their lives. His premise is that if the private world of a person is in order, it will be because they are convinced that the inner world of the spiritual must govern the outer world of activity.
In today's busy world, it is increasingly difficult to discover the inner peace and order that bring an outward sense of stability and joy. By working through five specific areas, MacDonald gives readers helpful advice for fighting the disorder within and finding personal growth and spiritual development.
"Ordering Your Private World" is a phenomenon, having sold over 1 million copies to date. With revisions and new material, it is even more timely to readers. Never admitting to have it all together, but rather using his own personal struggle as a way for readers to relate to his principles, MacDonald's classic book invites readers to bring order to their personal lives by inviting God's control over every segment of their lives.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 232-234).
Table of Contents
The sinkhole syndrome — A view from the bridge — Caught in a golden cage — The tragic tale of a successful bum — Living as a called person — Has anyone seen my time? I've misplaced it! — Recapturing my time — The better man lost — The sadness of a book never read — Order in the garden — No outer props necessary — Everything has to be entered — Seeing through heaven's eyes — Rest beyond leisure.
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