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In this book, Swindoll tackles some of the difficult questions that many or most of us Christians struggle with. What can we know about God and his plan for me and the world?
There is no harm in not being able to explain why or in admitting that followers of Christ are frequently at a loss to find human logic in the path He designs for us to walk. If nothing else, I hope this book will give you permission to confess, "This is beyond my ability to understand.
I feel like evangelical Christianity is sometimes not comfortable with mystery, preferring to create clear, logical structures to address aspects of our lives and theology. But I believe we all live in mystery, and Christianity has historically had a respect for that.
I was surprised, actually, that a popular, mainstream evangelical pastor allows for so much mystery in our Christian journey. As always, Swindoll brings clarity to his writing by sticking close to the Bible. One is a simple thing that helped me greatly. Swindoll points to Revelation , where John writes of God that "What he opens no one can shut, and what he shuts no one can open.
Another point that I marked as I was reading was about the unpredictability of how God leads us and works in our lives—which of course is related to everything I mentioned in the previous paragraph. Swindoll writes, Is the Lord going to use you in a great way? Quite probably. Is He going to prepare you as you expect? Probably not. One more thing that delighted me about this book is the incredibly wide range of sources Swindoll quotes from in the epigraphs at the beginning of each chapter.
Quotes from Milton, St. Augustine, Henri Nouwen, Luther, and C. That would be impossible! But I felt as if something was missing from it. Also, there were a surprising number of grammatical and spelling errors. Way more than I expected from a Chuck Swindoll book.
El Misterio de la Voluntad de Dios
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El Misterio de La Voluntad de Dios = The Mystery of God's Will