Shadowing God


God wants to do more in us and through us than for us and to us.

God’s ways are subtle, and they are all around us, but we don’t often perceive him or his work in the world because we are looking for something clumsy and big to show us our destiny.

We must learn to see God’s activity in the world just behind the one we see, in the shadows, toward the wings, and just off-stage.

But once we pay attention to what’s happening just behind everything we see with our eyes, we are introduced to another world, to a better world, and a better life in it.


120 Pages


Light and Life Publishing




January 2017

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