Don’t you deserve a little happiness?
Ever wonder . . .
- Why is life so frustrating?
- Is happiness within my reach?
- Is it too late for me?
Dr. David Jeremiah takes a look at history’s wisest and most successful man, King Solomon, and challenges readers to find what really matters in life. Solomon tested life’s haunting questions head-on. Tasted the fullness of life’s riches. But found his answers in the last place he thought to look.
If you thought happiness was only an empty hope, maybe you’ve simply been looking in all the wrong places. In this book Dr. Jeremiah reveals the way to the happiness you have longed for, the never-dimming light of your fondest dreams.
|Publisher:||Nelson, Thomas, Inc.|
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About the Author
David Jeremiah is the founder of Turning Point, an international ministry committed to providing Christians with sound Bible teaching through radio and television, the Internet, live events, and resource materials and books. He is the author of more than fifty books, including Is This the End?, The Spiritual Warfare Answer Book, David Jeremiah Morning and Evening Devotions, and Airship Genesis Kids Study Bible. Dr. Jeremiah serves as the senior pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church in San Diego, California, where he resides with his wife, Donna. They have four grown children and twelve grandchildren.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
He made Ecclesiastes come alive.
I received a copy of 31 DAYS TO HAPPINESS: HOW TO FIND WHAT REALLY MATTERS IN LIFE by David Jeremiah from Thomas Nelson via BookSneeze. I love these kinds of books that bring history into our everyday lives. The book delves into the life and times of King Solomon, and transforms him into a real character the normal person can relate to. Some people I know dislike “self-help books,” but I don’t see them as a “fix-all.” Usually, I take away one or two thoughts that I get to mull over, and hopefully, they improve how I look at the world. I read this book while considering the things that happen that keep me from “happiness.” Work, being busy, the long drive home, the challenges that cause people to look down on me, the projects I don’t have time for, the projects that keep me away from my boyfriend… With those written down, I set to work on 31 DAYS TO HAPPINESS. Chapter 15, Employment without Enjoyment, stood out to me the most. Which one stands out to you? I recommend this not only for people looking to improve their lives, but for those seeking a new perspective. I’m passing this book on to my friends and family.