Making Life Work Paperback
Putting God's Wisdom into Action
by Bill Hybels;
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Making Life Work
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In this lively treatment, best-selling author, Bill Hybels, draws out key principles from the book of Proverbs. Whether beginning the Christian life or wanting to get back on track with God, readers will discover accessible wisdom for really making life work.
Making Life Work by Bill Hybels was published by Inter-Varsity Press in September 2009 and is our 9811th best seller. The ISBN for Making Life Work is 9781844744015.
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Making Life WorkDiane Morrison, via The Good Book Stall
A timely reissue of a 1988 volume, this application of wisdom from the book of Proverbs to everyday life has never been more relevant. Drawing liberally on other parts of Scripture and filled as usual with personal and family experiences of the author, Making Life Work never sugars the pill, but describes clear choices that must be made in pursuit of a balanced, God-honouring life. Topics covered include taking initiative, doing good, developing discipline, speaking truth, marriage and family, cultivating compassion, managing anger and trusting God, and each chapter ends with ten or eleven questions designed to help the reader connect the teaching to his or her own life. Practical and uncompromising but never condemnatory, filled with God’s love – vintage Bill Hybels.
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'Clear, winsome and fast-moving … packed with practical wisdom.' Michael Green
'How to live well and wisely is the theme and Bill skilfully lays it out … within easy reach of everyone.' Ian Coffey
Details for Making Life Work
|Page last updated||16th January 2016|
|Author / Artist||Bill Hybels|
|Publisher||Inter-Varsity Press (September 2009)|
|Number of Pages||240|