The Windshield is Bigger Than the Rearview Mirror
There is a reason that the approaching horizon along life's journey looms large, explains author Jeff Wickwire in this probing and encouraging wake-up call. Yet the human tendency is to view life through the rearview mirror-a tendency encouraged by a...
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There is a reason that the approaching horizon along life's journey looms large, explains author Jeff Wickwire in this probing and encouraging wake-up call. Yet the human tendency is to view life through the rearview mirror-a tendency encouraged by a nostalgia-obsessed culture. This mulling over the past--a wrong job choice, a lost chance at love, a hundred missed opportunities--can be paralyzing. Wickwire helps readers let go of skeletons that have kept them in bondage to events that are dead and gone. His scriptural, common-sense approach shows that the best days are ahead for those who learn to keep God's promises in clear view.
While recalling the past can be healthy, overfocusing on it is counterproductive, hindering our spiritual growth and keeping us from the future God has planned.
Jeff Wickwire is pastor of Turning Point Fellowship in Fort Worth and the founder of three other successful churches. The author of Making It Right When You Feel Wronged and The Windshield Is Bigger Than the Rearview Mirror, he and his wife, Cathy, live in Fort Worth, Texas.
Tommy Tenney is the author of the bestselling series The God Chasers, God's Favorite House, The God Catchers, and God's Eye View. He spent ten years pastoring and has spent over twenty years in itinerant ministry, travelling to more than forty nations. He speaks in over 150 venues each year sharing his heart with many thousands. His two passions are The Presence of God and Unity in the Body of Christ. To help others pursue these twin passions, he founded the God Chasers network, a ministry organised to distribute his writing and speaking through various mediums. Three generations of ministry in his family heritage have given Tommy a unique perspective on ministry. He has a gifting to lead hungry people into the presence of God. He and his wife, Jeannie, reside in Louisiana with their three daughters and two Yorkies. - Publisher.