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The God of the Mundane: Reflections on Ordinary Life for Ordinary People (udgave 2021)

af Matthew B. Redmond (Forfatter)

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We’ve all heard the sermons and read the books: "If you really loved God, you would be radical. You would sell your belongings. You would become a missionary and move to another country.” Matthew B. Redmond has preached the gospel of doing more for God, and he wants out. In this collection of essays, he asks a simple question: what about the rest of us? Is there a God for our often-mundane lives? This is a book about pastors, plumbers, dental hygienists, and stay-at-home moms. It finds grace and mercy in chicken fingers, smiles from strangers, and classic films, and ultimately convicts us of something Matt Redmond has learned himself: there is a God of the mundane, and it’s not about what we do for him. It’s about what he does for us.… (mere)
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Titel:The God of the Mundane: Reflections on Ordinary Life for Ordinary People
Forfattere:Matthew B. Redmond (Forfatter)
Info:Cruciform Press (2021), 144 pages
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This is a marvelous series of essays on finding God in our everyday lives. So many times, we are led to believe that unless we are doing Something Bold for Jesus, unless we are Changing the World, we are doing nothing. How is that going? But God is active and God can be seen in our ordinary, day to day lives. "This little book is not a call to do nothing. It is a call to be faithful right where you are, regardless of how mundane that place is." I have been reading a lot of books on vocation, on faith and work or faith and our everyday lives. This is much of what we found in our Bible study of Ecclesiastes - enjoy the good things God has given, food, work, peaceful sleep, a loving spouse and/or family, friends, etc. This is a good book. ( )
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We’ve all heard the sermons and read the books: "If you really loved God, you would be radical. You would sell your belongings. You would become a missionary and move to another country.” Matthew B. Redmond has preached the gospel of doing more for God, and he wants out. In this collection of essays, he asks a simple question: what about the rest of us? Is there a God for our often-mundane lives? This is a book about pastors, plumbers, dental hygienists, and stay-at-home moms. It finds grace and mercy in chicken fingers, smiles from strangers, and classic films, and ultimately convicts us of something Matt Redmond has learned himself: there is a God of the mundane, and it’s not about what we do for him. It’s about what he does for us.

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