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Wash Your Windshield

Seeing God’s Purpose for Your Life

by Richard Paul Weddle


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/29/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 228
ISBN : 9781512790207
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 228
ISBN : 9781512790214
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 228
ISBN : 9781512790191

About the Book

This book was written because God told me “I want you to put on paper what I’ve been showing you.” These words bring life, not condemnation; truth, not deception; hope, not despair. They are words from the Tree of Life, giving us hope, value, identity, and purpose. Many of the counterfeit religious thoughts, misconceptions, faulty human reasoning, and lies that may be embraced are exposed. These things prevent us from seeing ourselves as God sees us and from seeing the vision God has for us. Much of the church has adopted a worldly mindset, leading us to irrelevancy. As each member in the body of Christ focuses their mind on Jesus, hearts and minds are renewed, and vision is restored. We must be like-minded, united in spirit and purpose, so we ultimately finish what Jesus started.


About the Author

Richard may not be materially affluent, but he is a wealthy man. He and his best friend Peggy have been married since 1966. His wife, children, and grandchildren are the joy of his life. He comes from a long line of fervent believers and preachers, and grew up in the church. In 1975, a powerful encounter with God radically transformed his life. He became convinced there was nothing he and God couldn’t do together, including helping others through encouraging their personal relationship with Jesus. He has been a leader and elder in his church for many years. Most of his life has been spent mentoring and discipling others. He has the heart of a teacher. Richard is passionate about taking back this world for Christ. By listening to Jesus and “speaking what he listens,” Richard is storing up treasures in heaven.