Taking Time to Change by Jim Berg is an interactive study guide for Change into His Image. This thirteen-week study provides daily activities that will help you apply to your life the truths taught in Changed into His Image. If your attempts at biblical change have been haphazard and sporadic, you can use these truths to build an intimate and completely satisfying relationship with God by experiencing His plan for transforming your Christian life.
Taking Time to Change can also be used as a syllabus for the .
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Life changingSeveral years ago I read the book taking time to change by Jim Berg after finishing it some life changes were made. two months ago my spiritual mother asked me to get the The study guide and start going through it and she would work with me 4 mornings a week for a 1/2 hour . I cannot even begin to tell you at the age of 62 how the Holy Spirit has and is helping me with frustration, meddling,and manipulating, and wanting to play the lead role in most family decisions all done under the name LOVE. Today I am being alerted when my thoughts get off track! The most rewarding part is to spend time everyday having quiet time with the Lord waiting for his leading. The verses I have memorized has been helpful to keep my mind on things above, and not things of this earth. I would highly recommend if you get the book get the study guide, I myself am not a workbook person and have always hated it but having someone encourage me got me on the right track I know I would not change it for anything it amazes me how God has even given me time to do it every day but I wake up looking forward to the challenge of the day. I keep it on my dining room table all day long until supper so I can just open it up at any time if a situation arises.
Date published: 2017-12-18
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helpfulThis woorkbook gives direction to my attempt to grasp what Changed into His Image is trying to get across. The questions require some thought. They also require me to think about things I might have missed otherwise.