Item description for Turkeys And Eagles by Peter Lord...
Overview This book could very well transform your life, for it has profoundly affected the thousands of Christians who have heard Peter Lord tell the story.
In the finest tradition of Christian story telling, which dates back all the way to the Lord's parables, this masterfully told tale contains the very heart--contains the highest truth of the gospel as it pertains to living the Christian life.
Read this story and never be the same again.
Community Description In the finest tradition of Christian story telling, which dates back all the way to the Lord's parables, this masterfully told tale contains the very heart--the highest truth of the gospel as it pertains to living the Christian life.
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Studio: Christian Books Pub House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.05" Width: 6.08" Height: 0.42" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Sep 30, 1990
Publisher SEEDSOWERS #611
ISBN 0940232405 ISBN13 9780940232402
Availability 0 units.
More About Peter Lord
Peter Lord is a nationally known speaker and pastor as well as the author of several books, including The 2959 Plan, which has sold more than 500,000 copies and been translated into four languages. He pastored the Park Avenue Baptist Church in Florida for 30 years. He and his wife, Johnnie, have five children, nine grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren and live in Titusville, Florida.
Peter Lord currently resides in Titusville, in the state of Florida.
Reviews - What do customers think about Turkeys And Eagles?
Interesting Dec 19, 2006
Peter Lord has written an enjoyable fictitious book about living for Christ. Its very simple to read, I read it in approximately three hours.
The story follows that two small eaglets are abandoned by their parents, and are unfortunately raised by Turkeys. Thus they must learn the ways of the Turkeys.
The basic message presented is that as believers, we need to live according to what God has made us. We don't need to work at being righteous, we are the righteousness of God. Sinning isn't something we do habitually because God has given us His Holy Spirit who shows us when we sin, and helps us to change.
Reading this book was pleasant. The message is one we all need, and also need reminding of. Although I question some of the comparisons made with Eagles/Turkeys and believers, ultimately the story was interesting.
Turkeys and Eagles Sep 21, 2004
What a great book! Peter Lord tells us that everything we do is important to God - whether it's working on a job, cleaning house or caring for our children, etc. All of these things God has called us to do. And we are to soar with the "eagles"!
Jeanetta Bearden Pollard author of "Mrs. Claus Shares Stories From the Heart" Founder of http:/www.jeanetta@jeanettapollard
Freedom from Turkey life Mar 12, 2003
This is one of the 10 best books I have ever read! The story and the test and the explaination show the reader why they are frustrated with the typical Church experience and why they need to have an "eagle" life. Hearing God and Soul Care by the same author are good follow ons to this.
A book for everyone suffering under the load of legalism Mar 5, 1999
In a very simple yet profound way, Peter Lord does much to heal wounds in souls burdened by the excesssive demands of conformity to man made rules and regulations. The book encourages us to realize that we are sons and heirs with the Master Jesus Christ. What a wonderful little book. When i finished reading it, I did indeed begin to feel my spirit souring. Thank you Peter
Helps free one from religion to a relationship with Christ. Jul 12, 1998
Lord shows us how easilly we have been duped into wrong thinking about who we really are as Christians. We are eagles who were created to soar in life. Instead, we have been taught that we are just turkeys, never experiencing the fulness that was intended for us.