If you are a Christian, you are expected to model your thinking after Christ Himself. After all, He is your Master, you are His disciple. But while this seems straightforward enough, not every Christian understands what this means or how to engage in it. Meanwhile, the world continues assaulting your mind with ungodly thoughts and hacking away at your resolve to serve Christ. Perhaps you need some help with all of this—and if so, you are not alone.
Christian Thinking explores the much needed and yet often misunderstood subject of what (exactly) Christians are to be putting into their heads and dwelling upon. It covers a wide range of related subjects: attitude, perspective, objectivity, godly love, discipleship, servitude, gratitude, etc. Easy to read and understand, this book will provide you with a biblical and practical overview of what to think about as well as how this thinking will greatly enhance your walk with the Lord.
Christian Thinking is ideal for either private or group study. Each section is followed by a set of questions designed to challenge the reader’s comprehension and relevant application of the material. It is an invaluable resource for both students and teachers alike.