Lifetime Guarantee has ratings and 17 reviews. Nathan said: stars. Gillham’s book does an admirable job of exploring and explaining the principl. Read “Lifetime Guarantee Making Your Christian Life Work and What to Do When It Doesn’t” by Bill Gillham with Rakuten Kobo. In Lifetime Guarantee (more . Bill Gillham. Books By Bill Gillham Similar Authors To Bill Gillham Lifetime Guarantee: Making Your Christian Life Work and What to Do When It Doesn’t. Bill .
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Preview — Lifetime Guarantee by Bill Gillham. Lifetime Guarantee by Bill Gillham. You’ve tried fixing your marriage, your kids, your job. Suddenly the light dawns. It’s not your problems that need to be fixed guaranee it’s your life!
The good news is that God doesn’t ask you to live your life for Christ, but to let Him live His life through you. This book offers a new look at the concept lifdtime your identify in Christ.
Lifetime Guarantee by Bill Gillham
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jan 01, Nathan Eilers rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Gillham’s book does an admirable job of exploring and explaining the principles I’d encountered earlier in Nee and Stanford, but he does so in more down-to-earth terms.
Guaranree examples of how to abide above while simultaneously dwelling on earth helped me understand the concept much better, and I feel that God had things to show me in these pages. Gillham also shows ,ifetime our fleshly patterns consistently lead us away from the full life that the Lord wants for everyone. The notion that Sata guarxntee. The notion that Satan presents the Christian with sinful ideas using first-person pronouns in order to deceive him or her really struck me, and it makes perfect sense.
Gillham demonstrates wisdom and a lot of understanding in these pages, and he makes use of scripture thoroughly. There are only a few downsides of this book.
Gillham’s colloquial style is part of the book’s purpose–its audience is the body as a whole–but sometimes it’s a tad annoying. He also likes to use strange diagrams that rarely aided my understanding of what he says.
Those don’t matter too much because fuarantee writes quite clearly if not elegantly. I’m blessed and glad I read this book and recommend it to anyone who is interested in how to live the life hidden with Christ in God.
Feb 08, Pat rated it liked it. I had a difficult time getting through this book.
Although the message was inspiring, I found lifteime examples to be silly and repetitive. I also found myself becoming annoyed at what I took to be the author’s patronizing attitude towards women. The subject and purpose of this work were great and on point. What lost me with this work were the multiple illustrations and graphs that the author used to restate the point of each chapter multiple times throughout each chapter.
I lifefime felt the book could have been half or at least a third of its length had the author made guarwntee point, given an illustration and application, and then moved on. Each chapter felt like it was intentionally made longer. Another issue I had with this work was the The subject and gilpham of this work were great and on point.
Another issue I had with this work was the author’s turn of phrases. While I get that using a phrase like “earth suit” bipl “feelers” are good for a quick laugh that helps illustrate your argument, continuing to use them constantly knocks the message of the work off track and are simply distracting and annoying.
In a feeble attempt to close on a positive note, while there are MANY other works out there by much better writers on the subject of a believer living their lives out of their position in Christ and His finished work on the Cross such as The Gil,ham Letters by Miles StanfordGillham did do a decent job of making this work a little more relatable to a reader that may not be familiar with your everyday “Christianese” or theological terms.
All in all though, I’ve read it, it’s done, I’d be happy to never have to read it again. Dec 08, Kristen rated it did not like it.
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I did not licetime for this book whatsoever, especially in regards to how and what Bill wrote. He rambled on abut women in such an odd guagantee. He even goes on to explain that “the mother who never takes time to teach and TRAIN her daughter what it means to be a woman -baking, sewing, housekeeping, including the intimate tasks such as proper hygiene at the onset of menstration-communicates to her daughter she is worthless and stupid The things that he even writes about like constantly silly thi I did not care for this book whatsoever, especially in regards to how and what Bill wrote.
Don’t waste your time or money with this ridiculous book. Aug 26, Ashley rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is definitely one of the top 5 Christian book bible study books to read.
It has helped me to have a deeper relationship with Christ. I cannot recommend this book enough. Dec 28, Heidi rated it liked it Shelves: Excellent thought-provoking concepts and ideas, with diagrams that really help flesh out his Bible teaching.
The subtitle of this book is “Making your Christian Life Work and What to do when it doesn’t” which pretty much sums up the book. The 3 stars are for the content and theology of this book – superb.
But his folksy style and “cute” little phrases I found annoying, and lifteime they detracted from the content. However, for others, they may respond more positively to this style, instead of a m Excellent thought-provoking concepts and ideas, with diagrams that really help flesh out his Bible teaching.
However, for others, they may respond more positively to this style, instead of a more scholarly tone. May 25, Lynn Derks rated it really liked it. Feb 24, Sarah Guraantee rated it it was amazing Shelves: Every Christian needs to read this book!!!!! Nov 02, Graeson Howland rated it really liked it. This book was really good. Have patience with yourself while reading this book because lots of the concepts are difficult to understand.
It takes time to really know them. Jan 29, Jessica rated it it was amazing. Am buying many copies to share! Jul 09, Denise marked it as to-read. Have but need to read. Dec 18, David rated it really liked it. Read this with my kids during our worship times. I don’t usually take too much to modern twists on Biblical truths, but this is one good book.
Oct 22, Peggy Parsons rated it really liked it Shelves: How to get a handle on your life as a believer in Jesus Christ. Mar 01, Sarah rated it really liked it. This book was life changing for me Guarqntee Widyaningtyas rated it really liked it Jun 17, W Rodney West rated it really liked it Jul 23, Dan Larson rated it liked it Jan 07, Gilbert Gatdula rated it it was amazing Mar 28, Dave Wilson rated it liked it Mar 07, Bartwatts rated it really liked it Villham 01, Tom Blubaugh rated it it was amazing Nov 17, Linda rated it it was amazing Jun 02, Jeff Carter rated it it was amazing Jan 11, Donna Rodgers rated it it was amazing Oct 14, John rated it it was amazing Apr 06, Katelyn rated it really liked it Jul 04, Deborah Gilliam rated it really liked it Nov 13, Eric rated it it was ok Feb 21, Angela Loehr rated it it was amazing Mar 24, Jerry Johnson rated it it was amazing Mar 06, After the war I followed Anabel Hoyle to college which was a shrewd move for two reasons.
I married her and the tuition was paid by the G. Bill your tax dollars at work.