Ten Questions to Diagnose Your Spiritual Health Paperback
by Donald S Whitney; Robert Lewis; William D Hendricks;
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Ten Questions to Diagnose Your Spiritual Health
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If you’re like many Christians who desire a deeper walk with Christ, you’re probably pursuing activities geared to help you grow. Yet, like many other believers you may wonder if you’re really making progress. You’re spiritually active, but are you spiritually healthy? Would Jesus look at your endeavors (prayer, church attendance, evangelism, Bible study, etc.) and pronounce you spiritually fit? Or does He have an altogether different set of criteria by which He measures your spiritual well-being?
Best-selling author Don Whitney (Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life) is no stranger to activities and disciplines designed to move believers toward a deeper relationship with Jesus. The ten probing questions Whitney poses in the chapters of this book will help you look beyond your spiritual activity to assess the true state of your spiritual health. His questions cut to the heart of the matter: Is your character becoming more Christlike?
This book will help you ask yourself the right questions to evaluate your growth in the areas that really matter.
Ten Questions to Diagnose Your Spiritual Health by Donald S Whitney; Robert Lewis; William D Hendricks was published by Navpress in May 2001 and is our 41514th best seller. The ISBN for Ten Questions to Diagnose Your Spiritual Health is 9781576830963.
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|Page last updated||26th July 2016|
|Author / Artist||Donald S Whitney; Robert Lewis; William D Hendricks|
|Publisher||Navpress (May 2001)|
|Number of Pages||144|