John Ortberg It’s not that such treasures are bad. It’s that they won’t last long. It’s all going back in the box. ~ John Ortberg. When we give casually, we receive casual joy.
If you think you have free rein over things that are naturally beyond your control, or if you attempt to adopt the affairs of others as your own, your purpose will be thwarted and you will become a frustrated, anxious, and faultfinding person. Jesus taught that we should speak truth without using words to manipulate, intimidate, deceive, or flatter. It’s not that such treasures are bad.
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Even in the game of life, the biggest and brightest prizes are temporary
Even in the game of life, the biggest and brightest prizes are temporary. unless we're playing for the right prize. Using humor, and his trademark gift of storytelling, John Ortberg tells us that When the Game Is Over, It All Goes Back in the Box. Ortberg shows us how to 'play' for the things that really matter in life.
You know the answer: It all goes back in the bo. Using humor, terrific stories, and a focus on winning the right trophies, Ortberg paints a vivid picture of the priorities that all Christians will want to embrace.
You know the answer: It all goes back in the box. You don’t get to keep one token, one chip, one game card. Using popular games as a metaphor for our temporal lives, When the Game Is Over, It All Goes Back in the Box neatly sorts out what’s fleeting and what’s permanent in God’s kingdom. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
Games can cast a powerful spell, says bestselling author John Ortberg. And what pleases God is often 180 degrees from what we may think is important
Games can cast a powerful spell, says bestselling author John Ortberg. And what pleases God is often 180 degrees from what we may think is important. In the six sessions you will learn how to: Live passionately and boldly Learn how to be active players in the game that pleases God Find your true mission and offer your best Fill each square on the board with what matters most Seek the richness of being instead of the richness of having You can't beat the house, notes Ortberg. We're playing our game of life on a giant board called a calendar.
In this thought-provoking look at what's really important in life, John Ortberg uses games as a metaphor to help us recognize and play for life's real prize: being rich toward God. Told with humor and wisdom by this bestselling author, pastor, and game-strategist, When the Game is Over It All Goes Back in the Boxreminds us that everything on earth belongs to God, and everything we "win" is just on loan. Playing the Game with Greatness and Grace. The Kingdom Has One More Move
Games can cast a powerful spell, says bestselling author John Ortberg. But the wisest player remembers that the game is always going to end. So what can we take with us to the kingdom of God? Only the love we have for Christ, the love we have for each other, and our own souls. While it’s not bad to be good at chess or Risk-or the game of life on Earth-we can’t allow it to get in the way of what really matters. The Kingdom Has One More Move. Designed for use with When the Game Is Over It All Goes Back in the Box DVD 9780310808244 (sold separately).