Along with Nephi, "we talk of Christ, we rejoice in Christ, we preach of Christ," (2 Nephi 25:26) but in all our talking and learning, have we learned how to live in Christ? What does a life in Christ look like—or feel like?
In this thought-provoking exploration of the writings of the Apostle Paul and Book of Mormon prophets, Adam Miller examines what life in Christ looks like. How can we let ourselves and our own desires die so we can be born again to a new life, a full life in Christ, here and now in this mortal life?
Embark with the author on this journey—at once scriptural, philosophical, and literary—and discover one way to share a life with Christ as if he were present today.
|Size||4.25 x 7|
|Published||Deseret Book 2018|
Thought provoking and insightful, this resonated with me. It taught me more about love and how to live in love, in Christ. I feel enlightened. Thank you!
For a realitively small book, this is packed with insight and ponder worthy ideas. Worth every moment spent reading! Going to get audio version.
I love listening to Adam S. Miller read his book. When I go to bed, I but this book on the sleep timer and it relaxes me and I can sleep peacefully. I like to listen to it repeadedly and I hope I get the message of being born again deep in my soul and am making the transition into "An Early Resurrection". There is so much to think about and it always puts a smile in my heart. Thank you Deseret Book.
One of the best books I have ever read. It deepened my understanding of the Atonement and it’s application. A very wise Author indeed!
This is a great book. I liked it so much that I’ve purchased extra copies and given them to friends.
Wow! Loved this book.
This is a very insightful book on how to live in Christ and to do it for the right reasons. I plan to revisit this book multiple times. It helped me to stop thinking of peace and happiness as a future state, but something I can partake of to a greater degree now.
I was not a fan of other books by this author, but the idea of the book and thumbing through the book sparked my interest once again. This book is a very quick read, though you could go back and study each chapter carefully and get much more from it. Some parts are a bit dry or repetitive, but overall I think the message given is excellent. I get the feeling this author is the kind that is better to listen to in his classroom than by reading his books. I would recommend this book to everyone, teens and up. It is a good read but not necessarily a book you have to have for the library.
This book was paradigm shifting. I enjoyed straightforward, easy to digest language used to convey rich philosophical insight. It helped me to appreciate life more and to take my faith in my daily living forward in a more meaningful Christ centered way
I listened to the audio version of this book. It's not too long and thought it would be interesting. It was more than just interesting -- it made me think about my life and my relationship with the Savior differently. The author is quite philosophical but not over my head. It was more in a "wow, I never thought of it that way". The chapter on weakness I listened to three times in a row. This is a book I highly recommend and will most likely gift to others.