It's happened to you.
You received a phone call out of the blue, or you bumped into someone who led you to a new job, a new relationship, or an opportunity that totally changed your life. You probably even said, "Wow, what a coincidence I met so and so". But did you ever stop to ask what caused that person to be right there at that exact moment, in your path? It was divine alignment: the arrangement of coincidences into a pattern of alignment so astonishing they could have come only from a higher source.
In this inspiring new work, SQuire Rushnell shows listeners how they can navigate life's thorniest hurdles, rediscover the deep meaning and impact of personal prayer, and develop the individual conviction and wherewithal it takes to reach their full potential and fulfill their most ambitious dreams by honoring the book's seven easy-to-follow steps.
In his charmingly avuncular and wonderfully optimistic voice, SQuire shares moving stories from his own and others' lives to show the awesome strength inherent in what he calls God's positioning system, or GPS. Each of us, he assures listeners, can use our own personal GPS to grow more closely aligned with God to become vastly more effective, successful, and fulfilled in our relationships, our career, and everything we do.
Divine Alignment offers a comprehensive approach for living our lives in harmony with God - every minute of every day - offering a whole new paradigm for understanding the mysterious connections between people and events, challenges, and solutions.
GPS step 1: Speak with the navigator
GPS step 2: Listen to your own inner compass
GPS step 3: Mapping your destination
GPS step 4: Unshackle your baggage
GPS step 5: Step out in faith, and believe you'll arrive
GPS step 6: Read the signs, recalculate, and accelerate
GPS step 7: Gratefully arrive with a full well within
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This book has something for everyone!
- Dillon rehagen
I like this author, but had read several of his other books which are more ecumenical and contain more scenarios. This one is pretty Evangelical Christian specific in many respects, which is fine if that's what you're looking for, but wasn't what I was looking for. Also not as many stories and mostly celebrity-oriented. I'm not really into celebrities.
No. His other books are better.
Helped me to finish the book with limited time. Squire Rushnell is pretty expressive. Louise Duart is mostly there as a contrasting voice for the bookmarks like chapter headings.
This is not a fiction book, so doesn't really apply, but the Darryl Strawberry story is really long . There was one section about the benefits of religious worship. I'm pretty sure the study they reference did not specifically say "church", but they do. This may be intellectually dishonest interpretation.
- A. Meyer