Eternity Changes Everything:
How to Live Now in the Light of Your Future
By Stephen Witmer
(I received this book for review purposes.)
Genre- Religion / Christian Life
Published by- The Good Book Company
Number of pages- 128
Age Group- Adult
Description of book- paperback (ISBN: 978-1-90955-991-2, $12.99)
Knowing that we have a secure future in God is something to celebrate, but what do we do after we know our future is secure? Eternity Changes Everything, by Stephen Witmer, show what to do and how to do it without becoming impatient. There are many tips and illustrations on how to proceed.
The video does an excellent job of describing this book, so please watch it.
About the Author-
Stephen Witmer current lives in Massachusetts with his wife and three children. He is also a pastor.
My thoughts- I thought Eternity Changes Everything was well written, but I would have liked a summary at the end of each chapter. A summary would have helped me take the most important points in the chapter and apply them in my life.
I liked the personal anecdotes that Witmer gave of his time in England and in America growing up. When he related those events to our future with God it helped me to understand how and what we should be doing in the present.
One of the best illustrations was that of Nik Wallenda when he crossed Niagara Falls on a tightrope. It showed how we need to keep balancing, so we don’t fall off. Some of those ways are practicing waiting, practicing patience, and ask for patience.
I thought this book was very interesting and pertinent to all Christians today. All Christians need to read and study this book, so they can understand what they should be doing in the days ahead.
I recommend this book.
Disclosure of Material Connection- I received Eternity Changes Everything: How to Live Now in the Light of Your Future, by Stephen Witmer, for free through Cross Focused Reviews. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255. All links were current when posted.