No desperdicies tu vida

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Editorial Portavoz, Oct 1, 2011 - 224 pages
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John Piper nos advierte que no nos quedemos atrapados por una vida sin significado. Nos reta a vivir y morir haciendo alarde de la cruz de Cristo, haciendo de la gloria de Dios nuestra pasión única. Si crees que vivir es Cristo y morir es ganancia, lee este libro, aprende a vivir para Cristo, y no desperdicies tu vida.<p>John Piper warns us not to get caught up in a life that counts for nothing. He challenges us to live and die boasting in the cross of Christ and making the glory of God our singular passion. This is a book every Christian should read and also share with others.



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User Review  - sparkleandchico - LibraryThing

I'm not a huge Piper fan which in some circles is tantamount to blasphemy. I don't agree with his Christian hedonism principle--it seems to me to be self-focused rather than God focused. However, this ... Read full review

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User Review  - kaitanya64 - LibraryThing

This is the first book of Piper's that I have read. In it, he works through what makes life worthwhile and rewarding. From the Christian perspective, there can only be one answer. "Man's chief end is ... Read full review

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<b>John Piper</b> ha sido el pastor encargado de la predicación desde 1980 en la Iglesia Bautista Belén en Miniápolis, Minnesota. Es autor de varios libros de más venta, incluidos La pasión de Jesucristo y La pasión de Dios por su gloria. Este último ganó la medalla de oro de ECPA.<p><b>John Piper</b> has been the pastor for preaching at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis since 1980. He has authored numerous best-selling books including, The Passion of Jesus Christ and God's Passion for His Glory, an ECPA Gold Medallion winner.


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