I Wanted to Get Closer to Jesus...But I Didn't Know How
As Christians, we sometimes struggle to have a close relationship with Jesus. We want to be close, but our habits and anxieties seem to keep us far away. And if we did get close, would God really want us?
This book will show you that God has made a way for you to be very close with Jesus. He is waiting to know you on a more intimate level, if only you will ask Him. God wants you to be his friend and will help you.
Author Dan Lancaster was struck by how eight pictures of Jesus helped believers grow in their faith during his time as an international missionary in Southeast Asia. These eight pictures help believers love Jesus and others better. THAT kind of love is what we need in the world, and that is the direction this book will give you.
Loving God was never intended to be complicated. The truth is that Jesus showed His disciples how to love God and He wants to show you how to love too.
The author brings 40 years of his personal experience to the pages of this book, but most importantly, he looks to the Word to unearth how Jesus loved and how you can, too. With beautiful simplicity, Dr. Lancaster offers tangible methods to reshape your relationships beginning today.
By opening your heart to these actionable techniques, you will begin to experience the true power of love in your relationship with God, in your community, and in ways you could never have imagined.
Select "Buy Now" above to take your relationships to a new level.
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