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Blind Spots
What You Don't See Can Hurt You

Status: Active
Isbn: 1948130599
Isbn-13: 9781948130592
UPC:
Speedy#: 156436
CPC Super: Christian Living
CPC Primary: Practical Life
CPC Sub: Personal Growth
Author: Anderson Fil
Publisher: New Growth Press
On Hand: 5
Case Qty: 24
Binding: Trade Paper
Price: 15.99
Due Date:
Weight lbs.: 0.6
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About:

We all know blind spots are dangerous when we're changing lanes at 70 mph on an interstate highway. But just as critical are the blind spots that block us from seeing the truth about ourselves and others. No one is immune to either kind.

Blind spots are, by definition, invisible to us. No matter how often we are reminded to check our blind spots, we can't at least on our own. Our only hope is for God and others to come alongside us and help point them out. Once identified we can start becoming our best and most authentic self.

Coauthors Tim Riddle and Fil Anderson help us learn how to recognize and avoid blind spots to become more like Jesus, remembering the Holy Spirit is the revealer and healer. By drawing on stories in Scripture and personal experience, the coauthors invite us to engage in an approachable, logical conversation about what blind spots are, why they exist, how to identify and remove them, how to keep them from returning, and how to point them out in others.

In this practical resource full of biblical wisdom, Riddle and Anderson aim to lovingly guide readers toward spiritual growth to live fully and freely as God's dearly loved, completely forgiven, and forever free daughters and sons.

Blind Spots helps us find concrete, biblical solutions to the problem of these shortcomings, cultivating a desire for godliness and a greater appreciation for the Spirit's work in our own lives.