Item description for My Failure, God's Success: For Twenty Years, I Failed Under My Power. After That, God Succeeded with His Power. by David Curtis...
Overview Have you ever struggled with being victorious in your walk with God and in your daily life? David Curtis bares his soul to provide an extremely educational, inspirational, and practical religious guide, written in a down-to-earth style.
Publishers Description God extends an invitation, a daily call to live in His presence, but real life often takes us away from making Him the priority. Admit it We all experience times of disappointment in our relationship with Christ. Either our ?first love? has cooled or we become busy with other events and the day-to-day pressures of life?we simply do not have the interest, nor do we make the time to cultivate fellowship with God. These times makes us feel guilty, weak, and extremely hypocritical. Now, a new release by David Curtis, gives us insight into the causes of spiritual burnout or disinterest. This unique, self-help book, My Failure, God's Success will help us recognize and separate the natural from the supernatural, and give us the tools to equip us to make the right choices that would please God. In this honest, vulnerable account, the author reveals the challenges as well as the triumphs he experienced along his own spiritual journey. This insightful book will touch your soul and reconnect you to a loving, caring God?One who loves us passionately even when we fail miserably. Have a life-changing encounter with Him today by reading My Failure, God's Success.
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"David Curtis" is Senior Research Fellow at the AHRB British Artists' Film & Video Study Collection, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London. From 1977 to 2000 he was responsible for artists' film at the Arts Council of Great Britain. In 2003-2004 he curated Tate Britain's largest-ever show of artists' film and video, "A Century of Artists' Film in Britain". He was involved in the London Filmmakers' Co-op in the late 1960s and ran the cinema at both the Drury Lane and Robert Street (IRAT) Arts Laboratories. His book "Experimental Cinema" (1970) was one of the first books to survey the international film avant-garde.