Your Direction, not Your Intention, Determines Your Destination.
There is often a tension between where we want to end up in life and the path we choose to get there. We fail to see that having good intentions is never good enough. Like Charlie Brown, we wrongly believe there's something to be said for trying hard. We need to understand why, in spite of our good intentions, we may have ended up at the wrong destination with our finances, our marriages, our careers, or a host of other dreams.
So how do we get from where we are to where we truly want to be? The Principle of the Path is a road map to proper direction and discipline.
- Book and Narration Excellent
The subject was covered very well and the narrator, while not the funny and engaging Stanley, was very good and did the material justice. "Working out our salvation" in the day-to-day moments is hard work because we first need to know the Word's instruction on how we can best live to bring glory to God - and then many of us need help in learning how to do what is often counter-intuitive and counter-culture. Andy does this so well.
- Where was this book when I was 25?
What a great read! This is a very unique and fresh perspective explaining how we get ourselves misaligned from the path that leads to the Cross and ultimately to the kingdom. I really wish I could have read this 15 years ago. I think I would have changed quite a bit. I know.... Hind sight is 20/20. I think that I would have been able to correct the mistakes I still would have made but maybe quicker.