didn’t feel well. He couldn’t come out from under this ‘cloud.’ He visited his
physician. The doctor listened and diagnosed the patient as being burnt out.
His recovery came as a result of a series of meetings with his old pastor. The
elderly man takes through some stories, each
having a point on which to reflect. Mr.
This advice the elderly gentleman passes onto
breaks into the conditions that seem to have contributed to his downheartedness.
Simple stories from ancient times cause the young pastor to view his position
in a different light. Mr. Navajo
I learned from this book. My Navajo and his mentor taught me principles of the Christian walk that apply to believers who strive to grow in the Lord as well as to those in the pastorate.
Some of the principles
learned were: Mr. Navajo
*Don’t work for the
*Watch over and preserve the health of your family.
*Spend quality time with the Bible. Any other book informs; the Bible transforms.
*Be willing to forgive. It is impossible to move forward under the weight of resentment.
“When the slope seems too steep and the weight too much, we will remember everything is by grace, which will sustain us forever.”
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