Conquering The Game Of Control Paperback
Nurturing the Nature of God
by Craig A Green;
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Conquering The Game Of Control
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All humans, by nature, are doomed to play an unwinnable game which looks remarkably like the harmless game of Rock/Paper/Scissors, but is, in reality, played out with the weapons of domination, manipulation and intimidation.
For those who want to learn to let go of the reins of control so they can be put in the hands of one who is infinitely more capable, the Lord, this book will be both enlightening and beneficial.
Like the game of Rock/Paper/Scissors, there are no real winners; only victims who feel crushed, cut, or covered by the process or ominously empowered by it.
What is the solution? To quit playing the game altogether! How? By recognising and repenting of the game-playing.
God does not play the game indeed, control is not in Him at all. Through Him, humans can be transformed until the game of control gives way to a life of mutual submission the dance of relationship rather than the dissonance of control.
Conquering The Game Of Control by Craig A Green was published by Destiny Image in February 2012 and is our 5828th best seller. The ISBN for Conquering The Game Of Control is 9780768440959.
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|Page last updated||22nd June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Craig A Green|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Destiny Image (February 2012)|
|Number of Pages||206|