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  • 09 September 2018
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Summary ☆ J Curve Author Paul E. Miller 102 Read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free È Paul E. Miller Paul E. Miller È 2 Read He story of Jesus It grounds our journeys not in some abstract idea but in union with Christ and his work of love Understanding our lives in light of the J Curve roots our hope centers our love and tethers our faith to Chri. I only made it through the first part chapters 1 9 of this book I expected to love it but I find it s reasoning shallow I like the concept behind this book when facing suffering we must lean into Jesus rather than trying to make our own way out The J curve imagery of death leading to resurrection is helpful too So often leaning into Jesus feels like a type of dying because leaning into Jesus means following Jesus s way rather than my own desires And when I do walk with Jesus through suffering my faith always grows and opens up to a deeper relationship with Him Unfortunately Miller overlooks Jesus to focus on the process and he doesn t define the process well Justification by faith is compared to trusting that God to consider you righteous when y

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Summary ☆ J Curve Author Paul E. Miller 102 Read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free È Paul E. Miller Paul E. Miller È 2 Read This book will revolutionize the way you look at your sufferingJoni Eareckson Tada Founder Joni and FriendsDo we have the wrong map for the Christian life Life's inconveniences disappointments and trials can leave us confus. I know a book has affected me when I start using the author s language This book is exactly that I can t help but now see all of life in terms of the dying and rising of Christ and how we can embody that in every day life I find myself using J Curve language all the time now This book is filled with wisdom from the book of Philippians and 1 Corinthians and what exactly Paul meant when he said he wanted to experience the sufferings of Christ Although not exclusively a book on suffering per say it will help you understand just what your attitude should be in the midst of suffering that is the attitude of Christ I have read multiple Paul Miller books now and although this one is different that A Praying Life Connecting with God in a Distracting World A

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Summary ☆ J Curve Author Paul E. Miller 102 Read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free È Paul E. Miller Paul E. Miller È 2 Read Ed cynical and eventually bitter But the apostle Paul traces out the path of dying and rising with Jesus what Paul Miller calls the J Curve as the normal Christian lifeThe J Curve maps the ups and downs of daily life onto t. This is an excellent book Succinctly it is about understanding our sanctification through the lens of our union with Christ And this is the main way in which the NT speaks of said topic though few books on the pursuit of holiness mention it And yes this book has a terrible title but it s uite simple when you think of it just as Christ had lower himself through death before rising in resurrection so we can be guaranteed in life to be brought low through the trials of sanctification before achieving gloryWhy is this so hard for us to understand Why do we expect life to be easy Why do we get upset when it s not Why do we assume God only uses suffering instead of actually planning it He sent his beloved sin to die for crying out loud And the apostles Antonioni or The Surface of the World eventually bitter But the apostle Paul traces out the path of dying and rising with Jesus what Paul Miller calls the J Curve as the normal Christian lifeThe J Curve maps the ups and downs of daily life onto t. This is an Weekend Language: Presenting with More Stories and Less PowerPoint excellent book Succinctly it is about understanding our sanctification through the lens of our union with Christ And this is the main way in which the NT speaks of said topic though few books on the pursuit of holiness mention it And yes this book has a terrible title but it s uite simple when you think of it just as Christ had lower himself through death before rising in resurrection so we can be guaranteed in life to be brought low through the trials of sanctification before achieving gloryWhy is this so hard for us to understand Why do we The Vanderbeekers and the Hidden Garden easy Why do we get upset when it s not Why do we assume God only uses suffering instead of actually planning it He sent his beloved sin to die for crying out loud And the apostles