Are you looking for God's Will in your life? Are you wondering what He has planned for you next?
In Just Do Something, Kevin DeYoung sparks interest in a new twist on God's Will for the Now Generation – those of us in the 20's and 30's. Kevin says that we should be seeking out God's will through prayer, wise counsel and scripture. None of that advice is new, but the approach is different. The “Now Generation” wants instant gratification, and they want the answers right now. They often lack the discipline of searching scripture, developing wise counsel, and praying.
He brings up many instances where people have over-thought God's will to the extreme. He understands that it is important to have God in all of our decisions, yet God did give us a brain to think and make decisions; therefore, we should use it.
One aspect of the book I found interesting was his discussion of finding a mate. He believes that guys have become too complacent in their pursuit of their helpmates. In fact, he is so bold as to assert that men have pushed women into roles that they have not necessarily wanted to take. Kevin believes that men need to man up. Wow, bold words! If you want to hear what else Kevin has to say on that subject, take a listen to this book.
I suggest that you listen to this book. The book has the same pace and writing style as Rob Bell. If you have listened to Velvet Elvis by Rob Bell, then the narrator's voice will have an eery similarity.
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