3 edition of The disappointment found in the catalog.
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 475, no. 39.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
Re: Book disappointment The first big print run ( copies) included an envelop with the printed planes, 2 A3 sheets printed double sided. That print tun sold out a few years ago and the only practical method of keeping the book in print was short run print -on-demand digital printing which doesn't allow for fold out plans or having them. And this book "Disappointment with God" is a great read. You have to love an evangelical Christian who would even dare to write a book with a title like this. Christianity MUST BE a "thinking man's faith" and BECAUSE OF THAT, we can't be afraid to ask and answer the hard by:
In the book Disappointment with God, Philip Yancey tells the story of a man he refers to as Douglas. Douglas was a sincere devout Christian whose wife was diagnosed with breast cancer. The breast was removed, but a couple years later the cancer was found in her lungs. The book does not make all the doubts and questions go away. The book provides a real and honest look at what many feel and the real pain it causes. It made realize that I was part of a myriad of people searching for a way to live with disappointment with God and still love and follow Him/5(15).
Whether it's a trip to the playground that gets ruined by rain or there are no more chocolate sprinkles at the ice cream shop, life is full of little and big disappointments. About the Book. Philip Yancey has a gift for articulating the knotty issues of faith. In this 25 th Anniversary edition of Disappointment with God, Yancey poses three questions that Christians wonder but seldom ask aloud: Is God unfair?Is he silent? Is he hidden? This insightful and deeply personal book points to the odd disparity between our concept of God and the realities of life.
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The first half of the book helps you identify your own expectation hangover and explains why you feel the way you do. The second half of the book is a treatment plan on how to overcome it. What I particularly like about Expectation Hangover is that it is full of helpful, practical advice/5(97). #2: “He’s right.
It’s cruel to give hope where none should be. It only turns into disappointment, resentment, rage—all the things that make this life more difficult than it already is.” #3: “That’s what my dad is like-he really disappeared a long time ago, which is maybe why it didn’t bother me much.”.
This book, however caused me to look at my faith and God's view of humanity differently. I think it will help me be a better listener to those who are going through disappointment with God and perhaps have a better conversation with them to offer the encouragement I feel and /5().
Disappointment with God is real and even the most mature of Christians come to experience the great well of anger or sorrow when stripped by the harshness of life. I truly appreciate the approach Yancey took to wrestling with this disappointment with God/5.
Philip Yancey has a gift for articulating the knotty issues of faith. In this 25 th Anniversary edition of Disappointment with God, Yancey poses three questions that Christians wonder but seldom ask aloud: Is God unfair?Is he silent.
Is he hidden. This insightful and deeply personal book points to the odd disparity between our concept of God and the realities of life/5(25). And disappointment can so easily come to dominate our life—the nagging thought in the back of our minds and the constant 'but' coloring all our pleasures.
In this realistic, hope-filled book, John Hindley shows how to deal with disappointment — what disappointment is, what it does, and how to learn to live with the disappointments while Author: John Hindley.
What he found was a river that he named "Disappointment." Mackenzie died thinking he had failed. He was wrong. In this book, Brian Castner not only retells the story of Mackenzie's epic voyages in vivid prose, he personally retraces his travels, battling exhaustion, exposure, mosquitoes, white water rapids and the threat of : Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.
Disappointment rooms, though the term seems specific to North America, were small spaces, generally located on the top floor of a house, where. Disappointment with God: Three Questions No One Asks Aloud is a book written by Philip Yancey and published by Zondervan in It is one of Yancey's early bestsellers.
Library Journal reviewer Elise Chase called the book "extraordinarily empathetic and persuasive; highly recommended".Author: Philip Yancey. There is a classical precedent for “The Disappointment” in the last book of Ovid’s Amores (Loves, 2 b.c.e.); however, the immediate source is an anonymous French poem, “Sur une Impuissance.
In Disappointment With God, Yancey posits three of them: 1. If God were more inclined to intervence in the world and to perform miracles, we would actually be less inclined toward faith-- we would gripe and be dissatisfied, as were the ancient Hebrews wandering in the desert with their pillar-of-fire God.
Disappointment, defeat, and despair are the tools God uses to show us the way. Paulo Coelho. Life, God, Mistake. 75 Copy quote. We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Inspirational, Motivational, Positive. 66 Copy quote. If we magnified blessings as much as we magnify disappointments, we. In Disappointment with God, Yancey tackles the questions caused by a God who doesn't always do what we think he's supposed to do.
Insightful and deeply personal, Yancey points to the odd disparity between our concept of God and the realities of life. Why, if God is so hungry for relationship with us, does he seem so distant.
Why, if he cares for us, do bad things happen?/5(18). Real trouble, lasting disappointment, serious defeat, or inescapable death can come only after self-concepts presume fully to displace the governing power of the central spirit nucleus, thereby disrupting the cosmic scheme of personality identity.
~ The Urantia Book. If I could invent a superhero, I would invent one called Disappointment Panda. He’d wear a cheesy eye mask and a shirt (with a giant capital T on it) that was way too small for his big panda belly, and his superpower would be to tell people harsh truths about themselves that they needed to hear but didn’t want to accept.
He would go door-to-door like a Bible salesman and ring doorbells and. Disappointment results from thoughts and expectations being out of line with reality. Your expectations and hopes for others may be too high for the situation at hand. A Disappointment. Book 2, Chapter 3 of A Tale of Two Cities recounts Charles Darnay's trial for treason.
Lorry, Lucie, and Dr. Manette all testify that Darnay was traveling to France and was. But, if you’re ready to dive back into Eragon’s world with this new book, you might face some disappointment from Paolini himself.
Cover for the Eragon follow-up by Christopher Paolini. Image from Amazon. I have a confession to make. At 21 years old, I still want to be a dragon rider. Hello Internet, Welcome to the home of a professional procrastinator and future Conquer of All Galaxies.
Sit back and enjoy the in-depth study of the psyche. Disappointment definition: Disappointment is the state of feeling disappointed. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
“Disappointment is a tiny sign that leads you to an evil path.” “Only the fear of disappointment will keep one from following through their goals.” Insightful Disappointment Quotes on Life and Love. “Disappointment is an ominous cloud of self-doubt and fear which must be. Disappointment is caused when one’s hopes and expectations aren’t satisfied.
Whenever you have an expectation, no matter how small it is, there’s always a possibility it won’t be met. Hence, the risk of being disappointed.He describes how this sort of disappointment takes our wrong expectations and sets them straight, bringing us closer to Jesus and into a deeper understanding of his very surprising grace.
This book is a wonderful resource for people struggling with life’s hard times as well as for counselors or pastors seeking to help others.5/5(3).