Guard Us, Guide Us: Divine Leading in Life's Decisions

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Baker Publishing Group, Mar 1, 2008 - Religion - 272 pages
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Seeking God's guidance is a focus for many believers. We want to know what God has planned for our lives. Are we making the right decision? Are we in his will? For some people, knowing God is guiding their lives makes them relax and enjoy the ride. But others fear making the wrong choice and find themselves paralyzed as they wait for signs from above. J. I. Packer and Carolyn Nystrom answer these fears with Guard Us, Guide Us. With a solid biblical footing, they shed light on the notion of God's guidance in response to the many misunderstandings well-meaning Christians can have. Readers seeking God's will in major life decisions, as well as anyone interested in understanding how God guides us, will welcome this practical and inspiring book.

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User Review  - Pat - Christianbook.com

Guide Us, Guard Us is a practical, scripture-based approach to viewing God's guidance. The authors uses Psalm 23 as a foundation for our quest of following God.I usually find J.I. Packer a bit hard ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kathleen - Goodreads

Much easier read than the typical Packer book because of Carolyn Nystrom's contribution I'm sure. This book really does offer a host of direction on how to be led by God in our lives. Mr. Packer ... Read full review

Contents

The Taste of Fear
9
The Shepherd and His Sheep
13
Some Tangled Tales
30
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

J. I. Packer is Board of Governors' Professor of Theology at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia, and an executive editor for Christianity Today. He is the author or editor of more than thirty books, including the bestselling classic, Knowing God. Packer lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. Carolyn Nystrom is a freelance writer and coauthor of Is the Reformation Over? She lives in St. Charles, Illinois.

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