2 edition of We choose life! found in the catalog.
We choose life!
Filaret Metropolitan of Minsk and Hrodna
|Statement||Filaret ; translated by Boris Lunkov ; edited by Juliette Shapland.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
Do we choose our identity? Our passions? Our talents? What about our circumstances? Consider a choice that seemed to really impact your life; where exactly did willpower or preference come into play? Take enough steps back, and I think we’d all ag. The most important life choice we can make is to choose life. In other words, to decide on core beliefs that will shape our character and define our purpose—the standards and values that determine how we live from day to day, what we believe, where we will be at the end of our life and, most importantly, what will happen after that.
But whether we choose life for the sake of pleasure or pleasure for the sake of life is a question we may dismiss for the present. For they seem to be bound up together and not to admit of separation, since without activity pleasure does not arise, and every activity is completed by the attendant pleasure. It is a clarion call to choose the life. Definite article, not just life, but also a certain kind of life, a special order or society. It is an intentional decision to follow Jesus as a submissive disciple. We don’t drift or accidentally stumble into a life of discipleship; this choice doesn’t come automatically with .
In her book Who Do We Choose To Be? 2 Margaret Wheatley writes that we should know what values we live by before we decide what to do next. These values often come from family members you have. We return now to the words of my text. God commands us to “Choose life!” This is a command for individuals, families, churches, cities, states, and nations. Very soon millions of Americans will go to the polls and vote. What should we do? First, pray for God to guide the American people so that we will “choose life” in the leaders we elect.
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Please select an existing bookshelf. Create a new bookshelf. But, what does this “life” mean. Let’s look a little further. In 1 John says, “He who has the Son has life; he who does not have the Son of God does not have life.” If we are to “choose life” we need to understand what it means.
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Retired Navy pilot Dave Carey tells the story of how he and his f /5.A long time ago, I read Betty Eadie's book "The Ripple Effect" (see also ) and read the best analogy of "life as a river" I have ever concerns how we choose our destinies before our birth and how it is analogous to standing on top of a very high mountain and looking down upon a vast system of rivers and choosing which river to undertake.
My hope for you is that it will be to choose life, to choose God, to choose the way of Christ -- wholeheartedly, with all of our will and with the determination to get right back up each time we.