Grace Gifts: Discovering the Unique Joy God Has for You

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WestBow Press, Oct 31, 2011 - Religion - 264 pages

Too many of us are burdened with the question, What am I supposed to be doing? Weve tried doing what Jesus did (WWJD), but weve found walking on water and feeding the multitudes a little beyond our capabilities. So weve settled for watching other Christians and imitating them. Or worse, we have taken the first job anyone offered us and stayed at it in frustration for years and years. Theres a better answer. You are supposed to be doing what God has equipped you to do. Knowing the gifts you have received lets you know what God expects you to do.


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Very interesting and inspiring to know what my character traits can lead me in areas of my life. It helps direct my strengths and desires to share with others as I go about every day circumstances. To know what my gifts are, will encourage me to get involved with things that will use my gifts and fulfill my walk with God in a positive joyful way. Dan Knight wrote this book so it is easy to understand and fun to be a part of. Thank you Mr. Knight for helping me to see more clearly how to get involved with things and other people so I can share who God made me to be. 


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For more than twenty-five years, Dan Knight has been presenting “Grace Gifts” to churches around the United States and in two foreign countries. He has been in ministry for nearly forty years, including eleven years in Ecuador, evangelizing and planting churches. After that, he served in Los Angeles, California.

Dan now lives and works in Kansas, with his wife of forty years, Vickie. They have three children and six grandchildren. At present, he is completing a Masters of Divinity degree from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California.

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