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Living in a world more uncertain, frightful, heartless
and faithless then ever where do christians turn for answers?
God, of course, but what does one do when it clearly feels like
He isn't answering or refusing every request one make? Hammond's
steps away from her usual message to christian singles to speak
to everyone whose felt disappointment and fear of losing their
way. Her answer--to focus our concerns not on what we need and
want, but on what God wants. The refocusing of our purpose evolves
when we turn toward single-minded devotion.
This book is broken down into fifteen spiritual transforming
chapters. Each chapter contains short devotions that are based
on a lesson, a buttressing biblical scripture, anecdote and prayer.
While reading through "uncovering true relationship"
chapter I marvelled at how Hammond weaved all these elements to
cover with the perfect messages to ease a concerned soul.
I learned spiritual hangups about myself that were detering me
from feeling fulfilled and knowing God's expectation for my life.
Single minded devoton can be used in various ways. Bible study
superintendents can assign this book to classes as a yearlong
course on spiritual transformation. Sunday school classes can
use the book as a course on modern day devotion practices. Prayer
cell's can use this book as a prayer calendar. Singles ministries
can focus on the sections single or single again and a new level
of love. In fact any church ministry can pull a section from
Single minded devotion and create an extended course.
I will be using this book until I exhaust every word that draws
me closer to God.