Happiness begins with a new set of eyes. Bobby Schuller has experienced enough loss and family struggle in his thirty-three years to understand that being blessed is not about glory, money, or fame. It's about so much more. In Happiness According to Jesus, Schuller explores ten contemporary truths drawn from Jesus's Sermon on the Mount about what it means to live a blessed life. He asks: How can I be a peacemaker in my relationships? If God loves me, why won't he answer my prayers? Is it wrong to be materially blessed? What does it mean to be poor in spirit? How can I find fulfillment whatever the circumstances? No matter how long we have been following him, Jesus wants to mold our hearts to his so we view life as he does. As Schuller writes, Jesus didn't come to bring a new law. He came to make us a new creation.Dennis Prager, Happiness Is a Serious Problem: A Human Nature Repair Manual (New York: Regan, 1998), 32. ... Robert S. Feldman, The Liar in Your Life : The Way to Truthful Relationships (New York: Twelve / Grand Central, 2009), 14 . 2.
|Title||:||Happiness According to Jesus|
|Publisher||:||Worthy Publishing - 2015-06-09|