Chazown (Chazown Series)
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About "Chazown (Chazown Series)"
Chazown ^(pronounced khaw-ZONE) ^from the Hebrew, meaning a dream, revelation, or vision. ^You were born with your own Chazown. Do you know what it is? ^Vision and Purpose: Dream It, Live It, Attain It ^Do you wake up each day motivated by knowing exactly why you were created? Guided by intention in every step? Enter: Chazown. Hebrew for "vision," God wants to give His for you, and this book will reveal it Living God's dream will rock your world and align every area of your life, from your relationships to your finances and health. "Chazown "is packed with storytelling graphics, in-your-face honesty, bite-sized chapterettes, step-by-step guidance, surprising self-assessments, and scarcely containable energy in a fast-paced style that will drive you forward with purpose Craig Groeschel cowrote this book, but he's waiting for his partner--you. Because only you can discover how the book ends and the rest of your life begins... ^Visit the Life Development Plan website as
Meet the Author
Craig Groeschel is the founding and senior pastor of LifeChurch.tv, one of the country's first multicampus churches, with thirty-one weekly worship experiences at seven locations. Craig, his wife, Amy, and their six children live in the Edmond, Oklahoma, area, where LifeChurch.tv began in 1996. Craig and Amy's passion, to lead people to become fully devoted followers of Christ, is the driving force behind his down-to-earth teaching that touches thousands of people weekly. Craig earned his BA in marketing from Oklahoma City University and his MDiv from Phillips Theological Seminary.
Excerpt from: Chazown (Chazown Series)
Seeing Clear to the End
Why you need a new kind of vision
Your Final Chapter
Most people take a long time to die.
(This is no way to start a book, you say.)
But think about it. There are those few who go suddenly. Accidents. Heart attacks. Gang shootings. A soapy slip off the edge of the tub. But for you, chances are that at the end of your life, you will die in bed. Waiting.
And while you wait, you will very likely have days, weeks, even years to think, to look back on your life.
Imagine yourself there, lying in bed and reflecting. Reading back through the chapters of your life story.
What did my life add up to?
Did I really matter?
What did I live for?
Who will remember me?
What will they say about me when I’m gone?
Why was it important that I existed?
So many questions. So much time. Will you lie there with no regrets? Some regrets? Nothing but regrets?
Or not. I mean, you’ll probably have time to think about it when you get to that bed. So you could just wait. (Millions do.) See what comes. Wait until the final pages of your life story to see how it reads to you then.
But that’s no way to end the story of your life.
Here’s one more thing to think about: the decisions you are making today are actually making the bed you will lie in while you wait to die.
Which is why I wrote this book. To help you see your life differently, to see it the way your Creator saw it before you were born. And to live it with purpose and passion.