You Were Made For More Paperback
The Life You Have, the Life God Wants You to Have
by Jim Cymbala; Dean Merrill;
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You Were Made For More
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Whether life seems good or not right now, Jim Cymbala believes that God has more for you. In this new book, he’ll help you find out how to access the “more” God intends—more peace, real joy, and a deep sense of purpose. As you open yourself to the “more” of God, you will also discover your unique work assignment—the one thing God is calling you--and no one else--to accomplish for the sake of his work in the world.
You Were Made for More draws a compelling picture of people just like you who are finding that “more of God” means more influence, more energy, and ultimately more happiness. It will help you picture what your own “land of milk and honey” might look like—the fuller, richer spiritual place you long to be.
Using examples from the Bible, contemporary stories, and experiences from his own life, Jim Cymbala points the way to a richer, deeper life, helping you take hold of everything God wants to give.
Jim Cymbala has been the pastor of The Brooklyn Tabernacle for more than 25 years. He is the author of several bestselling titles including Fresh Wind, Fresh Faith, Fresh Fire, Fresh Power, and Breakthrough Prayer. Carol Cymbala, his wife, directs the Grammy Award-winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir.
You Were Made For More by Jim Cymbala; Dean Merrill was published by Zondervan in August 2008 and is our 22399th best seller. The ISBN for You Were Made For More is 9780310274193.
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|Page last updated||23rd July 2016|
|Author / Artist||Jim Cymbala; Dean Merrill|
|Publisher||Zondervan (August 2008)|
|Number of Pages||224|