This book has over 500 pages and was published by Ballantine books, 2019.
Harvard University Medical School professor of genetics David Sinclair states “This book will change your life. After forty years of research,the Ornishes have distilled their findings and the medical literature into a fact- based, simple recipe for longer healthier life.”
This for me is not just another book to review, but has and is a life changing book to maintain my heart health rather than undergo a quadruple bypass surgery.
Special note: this is a secular book of health on the benefits of plant food dieting. but I do not endorse all of its contents that stresses secular mediation on pages 171-.246. but prefer mediation as taught by the Puritans.
Look up “God’s Battle plan for the mind” [The Puritan Practice of Biblical Meditation] by David W. Saxton.
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This book came about because marriage of Robert to Nancy DeMoss
He states in a subtitle ‘The Truth that sets them free”
The format of this book very unusual and very readable for the 40 lies.
in 289 pages.
I highly recommend this great book for men. I have finished the book on March 17. 2019.
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This topic has become in some larger churches a separate department.
I have researched and found two current books that help explain it.
Renovation of the Heart by Dallas Willard published by Navpress in 2002.
The second book is Revolution of Character [Discovering Christ’s pattern for Spiritual Transformation] by Willard and Sampson published in 2005.
In my counseling ministry I am using these book with clients who wish to go deeper in their relationship with the Lord.
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I had a few minutes, so I visited an Ollies to check out their books. What I found was the above book. I can highly recommend this small book with a great message we all need to practice.
It is a classic published by Bethany House in 2001.
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