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Book details
  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Christian Life / Relationships
  • Language:English
  • Pages:55
  • eBook ISBN:9781483552552

Twos and Threes

by Scott Brooks

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Overview
Does the following dedication from this book apply to you? “I dedicate this book to you the reader – especially if you have longed for better fellowship but have not been able to find it. May Jesus use this book and work in your life to bring you to wonderful friendships of true heart-to-heart fellowship!” If this dedication does indeed apply to you, then may Jesus truly use this book in wonderful ways in your life!
Description
Does the following dedication from this book apply to you? “I dedicate this book to you the reader – especially if you have longed for better fellowship but have not been able to find it. May Jesus use this book and work in your life to bring you to wonderful friendships of true heart-to-heart fellowship!” If this dedication does indeed apply to you, then may Jesus truly use this book in wonderful ways in your life! You may wonder how Jesus could use this book in your life in such wonderful ways. The key is found in this book’s introduction where the following claim is made: “It is of great value for each of us to have the freedom to count twos and threes fellowship as more significant than things that are one to many.” And the rest of this book shows how this claim is truly the case – including its look at the historic shift that has caused a 1-to-many focus to often upstage the twos-and-threes fellowship that was so prevalent in New Testament times. This book also includes many practical, straight forward observations and applications based upon twos-and-threes heart-to-heart fellowship that the Lord can use to bring you to excellent friendships in your life! So, may this book help you to gain the many benefits of twos-and-threes fellowship, including the Matthew 18:20 promise of Jesus where He said that when two or three people gather in His name that He is there with them.
About the author
Scott Brooks was raised as an atheist and approached life from that perspective for his first twenty years. In looking back at those years, Scott now sees that he had done many things that worked against him having good relationships, and yet at that time, he did not understand the reasons why this was so. Jesus was so lovingly gracious to open Scott’s eyes to see that there was a lot more to life than he had originally thought. Scott then went through an exploration process, where the Lord helped him to eventually become a Christian. With having such an atheistic start to life and then seeing things quite differently, Scott has had an ongoing hunger to not only understand why we exist, but to also understand how many relational aspects of life actually work. Scott considers it a gift to understand such things, and has come to greatly value quality friendships with both Jesus and others as well. Scott in no way desires to “teach at” or “lecture” others, but simply shares his heart through his writings of what has become very valuable to him. And he encourages his readers to look to the Holy Spirit to make things stand out to them so that the Holy Spirit can uniquely tailor the book material according to His very best for their individual lives.
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