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Title
When I don't desire God
Type
Text
Language
English
Classification
LCC: BV4817 .P57 2004 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 248.4 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2004016323
Table Of Contents
Why I wrote this book : sustaining the sacrifice of love
What is the difference between desire and delight? : discovering how both and neither is the goal
The call to fight for joy in God : taking God's demand for delight seriously
Joy in God is a gift of God : doing ourselves what must be done for us
The fight for joy is a fight to see : valuing God through the eyes of the heart and the ears of the head
Fighting for joy like a justified sinner : learning the secret of gutsy guilt
The worth of God's Word in the fight for joy : seeing the measure of this mighty weapon
How to wield the Word in the fight for joy : musing, memorizing, and the message of God
The focus of prayer in the fight for joy : desiring all else only because we desire God
The practice of prayer in the fight for joy : morning, noon, and evening without ceasing
How to wield the world in the fight for joy : using all five senses to see the glory of God
When the darkness does not lift : doing what we can while we wait for God
and joy.
Authorized Access Point
Piper, John, 1946- When I don't desire God