The Quest for Character: Inspirational Thoughts for Becoming More Like Christ

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Harper Collins, 1993 - Religion - 124 pages
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So many voices today tell us that avoiding pain and dodging trouble are the best we can expect from life. Yet God is at work in us. He doesn't call us to a bland vanilla existence but to an exciting quest for the best thing in life -- a heart that reflects the character qualities of Jesus Christ. Let Chuck Swindoll show you the building blocks of character that God wants to develop in you and how these traits can help you achieve lasting fulfillment. The Quest for Character offers forty encouraging meditations on character qualities that can significantly change your life. Each brief devotional ends with helpful suggestions for refining your character and scripture readings to draw you into God's Word.

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How does one review a book of devotionals, exactly? Granted, I don’t read nearly enough nonfiction to begin with, which means I do not have much experience reviewing it either. But I think a ... Read full review

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This book became the basis of a very positive and well received theme for the school in 1998. Guard your heart, and guide your heart provide a great structure for the book. Highly recommended! Read full review

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About the author (1993)

Charles R. Swindoll was born on October 18, 1935 in El Campo, Texas. After his duty in the Marine Corps, Swindoll entered the Dallas Theological Seminary and graduated with several honors including the Harry A. Ironside Award for Expository Preaching and the Faculty Award for Most Outstanding Graduate. Swindoll became a pastor in several churches across the United States, and later became president of the Dallas Theological Seminary in 1994. He has written over 60 books and booklets and was chief editor of The Living Insights Study Bible.

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