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God at Center

Make Sense of Who You Are, What God Wants You to Know, and What to Do about It

Joe LoMusio

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Frustrated and fed up at trying to live your life by the list? You know, it is that "corporate world" model of priority-keeping which is so ingrained in our culture (something first, then something second, and then something else third, and so on). God at Center provides the challenge to embrace a biblical paradigm for priority-keeping which does not follow the world, but the word. Is there really an alternative to putting "God first" in our lives? Yes, there is! And it is a more "biblical" paradigm, one that has God at the center of our lives. With God in his rightful place in your life and applying a fuller understanding of the Great Commandment (which is in and of itself a "priority-keeping" passage), you will embrace a lifestyle of seeking to love God with all your heart, soul, and strength and to love your neighbor as yourself. You will finally make sense of who you are, what God wants you to know, and what you can do about it.

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Kingdom Living, Christian life and practice, Joe LoMusio, Why Am I?, Personal religious testimony and popular inspirational works, Priorities, Christian Living, Criticism and exegesis of sacred texts, Biblical Studies, God at Center, Service, Great Commandment, Personal Growth, Who are Neighbors?, Christianity, New Testament, Who is God?