God, How Much Longer?
"In this thought-provoking sequel toGod, Are We There Yet?, Robert Stofel emphasizes the value of learning to live on God's timetable, rather than trying to make God fit into ours. It's all about patience, perseverance, longsuffering, delayed gratification-things the Bible...
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"In this thought-provoking sequel toGod, Are We There Yet?, Robert Stofel emphasizes the value of learning to live on God's timetable, rather than trying to make God fit into ours. It's all about patience, perseverance, longsuffering, delayed gratification-things the Bible calls virtues and that we callimpossible! Stofel reveals that with God patience really IS possible. This book will show you how to reach the place where the pain and struggles of waiting for answers to prayer are exchanged for peace and trust. "
In our own ways, even when we may not realize we're doing it, we often approach God just this way. After all, don't we feel like we need something to happen Now; we want what we want Now; we need the answer Now? (Are you seeing a theme emerging?) All too often, we want God to work on our timetable, even when we know he sees the Big Picture, and we don't have a clue. Here's the truth: The Christian walk is about patience, perseverance, longsuffering, and delayed gratification-things the Bible calls virtues. Things we tend to call impossible! If you need answers Now, start with this book. Robert Stofel will show you how to get beyond the pain and struggle of waiting, to that perfect place of peace and trust in God's timetable. Soon you'll stop asking, "God, How much longer?" and you'll be able to truly sit back and enjoy the ride! Book jacket.
Robert Stofel served as the pastor/planter of two churches in Decatur, Alabama. He spent three years in the inner city of Nashville counseling crack addicts and has spoken to thousands across the Southern U.S. He lives in Alabama with his wife, Jill. They have two daughters. SPANISH BIO: Robert Stofel sirvio de pastor e iniciador de dos iglesias en Decatur, Alabama. Paso tres anos en el centro urbano de Nashville aconsejando adictos al crack y hablando a miles a traves del sur de los Estados Unidos. En 1996 fue el orador principal del Encuentro Juvenil en Brisbane, Australia. Stofel es graduadA