Item description for Right with God: Loving Instruction from the Father's Heart (LifeChange Books) by Ron Mehl...
Overview The Ten Commandments are often portrayed as cold, harsh words from a vengeful God. This new, condensed version of Ron Mehl's enormously popular Then Tender Commandments recasts them as ten tender declarations of our Creator's love for us. Pastor and Gold Medallion award-winning author Mehl explores the wisdom contained in the commandments that can keep us from being injured by the deadly traps of a fallen world. Following God's guidance is in our own best interests, keeping us under His protection and love.
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Studio: Multnomah Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.4" Width: 4.6" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Mar 31, 2003
Publisher MULTNOMAH PUBLISHING #200
Series LifeChange Books
ISBN 1590521862 ISBN13 9781590521861
Availability 0 units.
More About Ron Mehl
Ron Mehl, the beloved pastor of a large congregation in Beaverton, Oregon, battled leukemia for more than twenty years until his death in May 2003. His books include the Gold Medallion winners God Works the Night Shift and Just in Case I Can't Be There. His latest, Right with God, was the 2003 National Day of Prayer theme book. Ron and his wife, Joyce, have two married sons.
Ron Mehl currently resides in Portland, in the state of Oregon.
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Helpful Jul 22, 2003
Ron Mehl applies the 10 Commandents to daily living. He places them in the framework of being helpful to live life in a productive, helpful way. The bookends at the beginning and end of his teachings on the Commandents is the eagle analogy from Exodus 19. He describes the growth process involved, i.e., that the mother eagle insists on taking her offspring out of the comfort zone for natural growth. The Commandents were given by God in a similar manner he says, to enable people to grow. He devotes time to the issue of being involved in the interests of other people and moving beyond the immaturity of selfishness. Mehl also says the Commandments cannot be lived in one's own strength, but in God's strength as an individual learns to depend on Him.