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"For consider him that endured such contradiction of sinners against himself, lest ye be wearied and faint in your minds" (Hebrews 12:3). People often don’t want to admit their disappointment and discontent with God. After all, it seems ungrateful. Everyone is supposed to love, honor and fear God, whether out of obligation or fear. Shouldn’t we all be happy and grateful, enjoying our lives? But we must be honest when the baseline of our discontent is really God. Indeed, our contemporary culture is purposed to provoke us to fall into the trap of discouragement and discontent through covetousness and comparison. In doing so, we condemn ourselves to the misery that causes us to hate our lives and brings us into bondage. What, then, is the reason for the restlessness in our spirits? What causes us to disbelieve and doubt God’s plan for our lives? If something in us is going to be dealt with, we must go back to the source. Join Bishop McCullough as we embark upon this journey to win the war against covetousness and discontent. Order Now from Amazon!
Let’s face it, none of us are excluded from the temptations of vain thoughts to “be all we can be,” “gain all we can gain,” and to live as pleasurably in this life as possible, and the Lord knows it! He knows our thoughts before we even think them. Vanity is delusional and deceptive. It has an assignment to distract and derail God’s people from His plans for us. It imposes ill effects on our relationship with God. It draws us away from our true purpose for living as established by Him, the only One who creates and sustains life. Chasing vanity is much like seeking to grasp a fist full of water; it’s impossible to hold! Let this book, crafted by the Rev. Dr. Patricia McLeod from the sermons of the renowned Bishop Jacqueline E. McCullough, lead each of us out of empty pursuits and into the fullness of Jesus Christ's plan and purpose for our lives. Order Now from Amazon!
Becoming a disciple can be a very painful experience. It requires courageous transformation of life, abandonment of cultural paradigms, and death to self. It demands real exposure of the heart, and removes the prideful, arrogant entitlements packaged in our minds. This is why becoming a disciple is not a heralded position in the Church. But you can't skip this class! Embrace this journey designed to strip away unnecessary weights and receive His life in all of its fullness. Written by Rev. Dr. Patricia McLeod from the sermons of Bishop Jacqueline E. McCullough. Order Now from Amazon!