Genesis 5020

Stories for His Glory

Your Highest Calling by Dr. Bill Hamon December 18, 2019

Filed under: Book Reviews,Uncategorized — Melissa Finnegan @ 9:45 pm
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The Process Is Now but the Rewards Are Eternal

All Christians who long to be conformed to Christlikeness will go through two crucial processes: the Process for Conformity and the Law of Transformation. Gain a workable knowledge of what they are and how God is using them to fulfill His highest calling for your life.

With keen scriptural insight and personal application, Dr. Bill Hamon tackles the hard issues believers face as the crowning glory of creation. Here you will discover

· how you are a co-laborer together with God
· how to have a new view of the trials you face
· how to apply wisdom and insight to your life every day
· how your “enemies” are actually working for you
· and more!

Only as we understand the process through which God conforms us to the likeness of His Son do we accomplish our highest calling–and reign with Jesus for all eternity.

My thoughts:

I really liked this book. I often struggle with non-fiction but this was not one of those books. I was able to stay focused and gain some new understanding.

Our highest calling is to be like Jesus. Simple, yet not.

So many truths in this book I couldn’t begin to touch on them all.

One thing that really suck out to me was if we are truly searching for God’s highest calling we would stop asking God, “why?”. That one hit me because I have been in a season of asking God why about many things. He doesn’t owe me an explanation for the things that happen in our lives.

I also loved when the author talked about our trails working for us, like they are actual employees and we should be grateful for the work they are doing in our lives. Really something to think about there.

Grab your copy at your local bookstore,Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Christianbook.comor your favorite retailer.

A copy of this book was given to me through the publisher. All opinions are my own. 

 

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