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Terrorism! Refugees Crises! Civil Wars! Political extremism, dysfunction, and corruption! What if the growing chaos around the world today is far more significant than we are being led to believe? In this one of a kind in-depth analysis of current events, JB Shreve explains that we are witnessing a turning point in the history of the world. We are witnessing the end of the world!
This is not a doomsday prediction. It is a simple accounting of facts. By analyzing basic elements of our global system, such as food, water, and population distribution, this book details how it is impossible for the world to continue on its current trajectory for another 50 years. We have already passed the threshold, and the growing chaos we are experiencing today is the unfolding story of our world coming undone.
Things are not going to get better. They are going to get much, much worse.
A worldview represents the frequently unconscious perspective that shapes how we see the world, ourselves, and those around us. There are many (possibly thousands) of worldviews people take hold of to serve as the primary lens through which they perceive life.
A Kingdom worldview is uniquely singular in that it places God and His will as primary above all else. Do not mistake a Kingdom worldview for a Christian or religious worldview. A person can attend church and profess faith without adherence to the supremacy of the will of God in their worldview.
A Kingdom worldview is biblical. It is the perspective of life which the figures in the Bible adhered to and which the Bible encourages God’s people to follow. These daily devotions will jumpstart your mornings with God as you partner with the Holy Spirit to transform your worldview.
All Scripture is inspired by God and is useful to teach us what is true and to make us realize what is wrong in our lives. It corrects us when we are wrong and teaches us to do what is right. God uses it to prepare and equip his people to do every good work. 2 Timothy 3:16-17 (NLT)
In this new series, Building the Holy Place, JB Shreve looks at the design and purpose of the Holy Place in the Old Testament tabernacle. The Holy Place of the Old Testament tabernacle was symbolic of our heart and soul. Now that we have become the temple of God (1 Corinthians 3:16), the design of the Holy Place provides instruction for our walk before God. If we want to live the life of purpose which God desires, we need to know how to build the Holy Place of the soul as we come before His presence.
Each book in this series provides a unique introduction to essential postures and activities for believers seeking to begin or rekindle their walk with God. Each book in this series was designed as a personal study and a devotional for easy use and addition to your daily devotions.