A Quest for More by Paul David Tripp (@PaulTripp)

Mar 16

A Quest for More by Paul David Tripp (@PaulTripp)

A Quest for More

Living for Something Bigger Than You

Paul David Tripp (@PaulTripp)

2007

217 pages

Available from Amazon in paperback and Kindle editions.

Available from Christianbook.com in paperback and ePub editions.

I read the Kindle edition.


 

There really is no place for Christ in many people’s Christianity. Their faith is not actually in Christ; it is in Christianity and their own ability to live it out.

–Paul David Tripp, A Quest for More, quote from Chapter Eight: In the Center of It All.

 

Never before have I encountered a book that stripped me of everything I believed without making me feel naked and forced me to see myself for who I am trying to be so I could better see the image of who God wants me to be. A Quest for More: Living for Something Bigger than You kept me awake at nights thinking about what I had read and how it applies to my life. It was like God performing surgery on my spirit, chapter after chapter.

I don’t know how Paul David Tripp did it, but he took the things I thought I knew about the Christian life and enlarged the meaning to show how puny my Christian ambitions were. And now I can’t wait to grow into the vastness of living in God’s glory.

A Quest for More should be required reading for every Christian. Because of our propensity to get distracted by our own devices, it should probably be re-read every year, too. It is absolutely life changing. You will never look at things the same again. And yet the author didn’t slap you in the face with reality, but gently presented the comparison of what we currently seek in life to the vastness of living for something more.

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You can connect with Paul David Tripp on Twitter (@PaulTripp) or visit his website: http://www.paultripp.com/.

There is hope for me because I do not fight for my soul alone. The King fights for me, and every time I ask for forgiveness he has won another battle on my behalf.

. . . He will not sit idly by and permit his kingdom children to live with a greater practical allegiance to the building of their own kingdoms. So he fights for the freedom of our souls. He battles for the control of our hearts. He works to liberate our desires and to focus our thoughts. And as he does this, he calls us to humbly confess that we really do love ourselves more than we love him and others. He invites us to admit how regularly we demand our own way.

–Paul David Tripp, A Quest for More, quote from Chapter Thirteen: Forgiveness.


 

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By Paul David Tripp / New Growth Press

Jesus calls Christians to seek first the “kingdom of God”. Using sound logic and compelling illustrations, Tripp shows you how to leave behind the world of “I, me, mine” and pursue a path toward the glory of God. You’ll learn to overcome the “kingdom of self” and connect your human life to a holy Lord. 240 pages, softcover from New Growth.

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By Paul David Tripp / New Growth Press