The Path to Purpose: Christ’s Vision for Your Life in the Sermon on the Mount
Have you prayed any of these prayers lately?
- God, how do you want to use me for your kingdom?
- Lord, what areas in my life do I need to give control back to you?
- Father, show me your will.
The Path to Purpose gleans wisdom from the Sermon on the Mount to help discover God’s will for your life.
What is God’s will for your life?
As Christians, we long to know Jesus more and more, and once we meet him, we can’t help but be transformed by his power at work within us.
But living as a Christian today can be challenging. The noise of the world often makes knowing the path that would most honor God in our lives difficult to discern.
Thankfully, God preserved Jesus’ timeless wisdom for us in Scripture.
I’m excited to share with you my husband’s and son’s latest book, The Path to Purpose. This book takes a closer look at the Sermon on the Mount and how Jesus’ timeless truth can help you discover God’s will for your life.
As my son, Dr. Ryan Denison and husband, Dr. Jim Denison write:
In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus essentially gives us his systematic ethic for how to be his disciples. . . . The Sermon on the Mount represents the core of what Jesus spent three years telling people across the Jewish world. It covers a wide range of topics that encompass most every facet of what he expects of those who claim to follow him. As St. Augustine describes, the Sermon represents “a perfect standard of the Christian life.”
I have taught Bible study for almost forty years, and the truth of Scripture is that we will not achieve perfection this side of heaven. But, we can follow God’s plan for our lives when we are empowered by the Holy Spirit.
You can know God’s will for your life when you follow Jesus and his teachings.
To read more, request your copy of The Path to Purpose today.
You will also receive a digital leader’s guide as a complementary resource to this book so that you, your small group, or your Sunday school class might further delve into Jesus’ wisdom.
Jesus gave us a path to purpose.
Will you follow it?