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Revolutionary Love (Non! à l'inquiétude)

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Presentation

There are so many things to worry about in life, Christians and non-Christians alike. And when anguish arises, we would like to overcome it and experience "the peace that surpasses all understanding." But how do you get there, in the reality of everyday life?

Rather than giving us superficial techniques, John MacArthur invites us to examine the scriptures for comfort and victory. By studying passages such as Matthew 6: 25-34, Philippians 4: 6-9, and 1 Peter 5: 5-7, he shows us that God cares about our concerns and offers us the resources to calmly overcome them ... and efficiently.

Author

Since 1969 John MacArthur has served as a pastor-teacher at Grace Community Church, a church in Sun Valley, California. His ministry of preaching by exhibition is unmatched in scope and influence; during the four decades of ministry in the same Church, he exposed verse by verse the entire New Testament (as well as several key sections of the Old Testament). He is the president of The Master’s University and Seminary. It can be heard daily on the Grace to You radio show (broadcast on hundreds of radio stations around the world). He is the author of a number of bestsellers, including The Holy Bible with Commentaries by John MacArthur and The Gospel According to Jesus.

Table of contents

Introduction
1. Let's observe how God takes care of us
2. Avoiding Anxiety Through Prayer
3. Leave Our Worries To God
4. Live a Life of Faith and Confidence
5. Let us know that some watch over us
6. Take care of problem people
7. Let us be at peace in all circumstances
8. Accomplish All Things Without Murmurs
9. Let's learn contentment
Appendix: Psalms for the worried
Bible study: study alone or in groups
Notes

Details

Author : MacArthur, John
Original title : Revolutionary Love
​​Publisher : BLF Éditions
Publication : 2009
ISBN
: 978-2-910246-58-7

Pages : 189
Dimensions : 13 x 21 cm
Weight : 346 g
Format : paperback

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