Item description for Moving in the Wrong Direction by Karry D. Wesley...
Overview Where are you headed? Why are you moving in the direction you are headed? Are you on a mission for the Lord? Or, are you missing in action? Dr. Karry Wesley's book, "Moving In the Wrong Direction: A Study of the Book of Jonah", gives special attention to the main character of the story. Although the book mentions the city of Nineveh, it is really about the heart of Jonah and how it reflects the hearts of all believers. Jonah was a sincere prophet with a serious problem. Although we have surrendered our lives to God, often we are divinely directed to do things that we would prefer not to do. All of us have been guilty of moving in the wrong direction at some point on the mission field. As you study, "Moving In the Wrong Direction", you may see how easily your name could be the title of the book in the Bible.
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Studio: Wine Press Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.52" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.26" Weight: 0.28 lbs.
Release Date Jan 13, 2001
Publisher WINEPRESS PUBLISHING #1453
ISBN 1579213464 ISBN13 9781579213466
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More About Karry D. Wesley
Wesley serves as the senior pastor of the Antioch Fellowship Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas. He is also the founding director of Rivers of Grace Ministries, Inc. He received his Bachelor of Arts from Bishop College in Dallas. Later he received his Masters of Divinity from Brite Divinity School in Fort Worth, Texas and his Doctors of Ministry from Phoenix Seminary in Phoenix, Arizona.
Karry D. Wesley currently resides in Cedar Hill, in the state of Texas.
Reviews - What do customers think about Moving in the Wrong Direction?
Encouragement Apr 12, 2001
"Moving in the Wrong Direction" is a book of encouragement. It is a very detailed study and clear interpretation of the book "Jonah". After reading this book, I am much more encouraged and committed to moving in the direction that God wants me to go. This book gives excellent reasons and examples about what can and will happen, if we don't follow God's instructions. "Moving in the Wrong Direction" tells about the trails and tribulation we bring on ourselves when we don't do what God wants us to do. I love the simplicity with which the book is written, yet it gives profound and in depth explanations and interpretations about "Jonah". I just love it, and think it is Dr. Wesley's best book.