Written by Charles Colson
Jesus tells us that the greatest commandment is to "love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind." But how many of us know what this looks like in daily life? Does loving God mean going to church, tithing, having regular prayer times? Is it a feeling in our hearts?
A few years after Chuck Colson became a Christian, he realized that the more he learned about God’s love for him, the more he wanted to know how to love God. This book is the masterpiece Colson wrote after searching Scripture, history, and his own difficult experiences to answer his deepest question. He discovered that loving God is obeying God—rarely easy, sometimes inconvenient, often painful, and entirely satisfying. When we love God, we know the pleasure of living out our true calling.
The book takes it reader on a fascinating journey to such places as the Soviet gulag, an Italian estate, and the inner workings of the 1970s Watergate scandal in which the author -to his confessed shame- was deeply involved. Its cast of characters includes an underworld kingpin, an American POW, and an Indiana judge.
Anyone with serious questions about the Christian faith, may want to read this book.
Hard copy with jacket, 258 pages, notes
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