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Blurred Vision

by "Aaron ""Woogy"" " Wolgamott



Book Details

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Publication Date : 4/13/2012

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 94
ISBN : 9781449746278
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 94
ISBN : 9781449746285

About the Book

Let’s be honest, living a godly life here on earth can be difficult.  We live in a world that is fallen and wants little to do with God, so being a follower of Christ and living a godly life is a constant struggle.  And unfortunately many times we make it even tougher. We as followers of Christ allow the perspectives and views of this world to infiltrate our way of thinking. This causes an even bigger struggle, because the world’s point of view is opposite of God's.  As followers of Christ, we must do just that, follow Christ.  In order to truly live a godly life, we must see and think about things from God's point of view, not the world’s.  How we worship, pray, forgive, and relate to others, both inside and outside the church, are affected by the points of view by which we choose to live our lives.  When we try to live for God using the world's perspectives, we have blurred vision.  We must be transformed in how we think and view things, so that our lives are in line with God's point of view. Only then will we be able to truly live a godly life.

About the Author

In college, Aaron "Woogy" Wolgamott majored in both Christian education of youth and biblical studies.  He has been in full-time ministry for ten years, currently serving as the associate pastor of youth ministries at Calvary Bible Church in Derry, New Hampshire.  He and his wife, Charissa, have been married for eight years, and they have four children, Noah, Ali, Hope, and Kate.  He loves spending time with his students, going on dates with his wife, playing with his kids, and anything to do with football.  A quote by Ron Brown really describes his focus and passion in life: “I’m not afraid of failure, I’m afraid of being successful at things that don’t matter.”