About 10 years ago, I read this book for the first time, checking it out of our public library. I knew then that I wanted a copy of it on my bookshelf to read annually. This is the best book I have ever seen on knowing and doing the will of God. My only regret is that I've only read it about 3 or 4 times since acquiring my first owned copy. I am presently reading it again.
Thanks Dan, So this is just a re-hash of his old Experiencing God book? Did you ever hear what Jay Adams had to say of that book? This certainly is a classic post worthy of re-posting, and part 2 as well!
These books are available to borrow. Contact Pastor Vu if you are interested in any of them. Drawing from six narratives in the Gospel of Luke, Chester shows how meals can be opportunities for serving others.