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Rebuilding Your Broken World

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What happens when your ideals and desires, plans and strategies, all go awry? From what sources might one find the resolve to begin a rebuilding process? "The fact is," writes Gordon MacDonald in Rebuilding Your Broken World, "the God of the Bible is a God of the rebuilding process. And not enough broken people know that."

No stranger himself to brokenness, Gordon MacDonald
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ebook, 288 pages
Published January 1st 2004 by Thomas Nelson Publishers (first published 1988)
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Wallace
Apr 08, 2014 Wallace rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Rebuilding Your Broken World (updated edition) by Gordon MacDonald was recommended to me, along with other books by the same author, by a friend. It was a good and helpful recommendation.

The book arose out of a personal moral failure on the behalf of the author, which he acknowledges upfront, but does not seek to diminish or explain away. Rather he draws upon the whys and wherefores to provide some absolutely important insights and advice to those of us who along with him, although not for the
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Feb 18, 2011 Tom Long rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
If only more pastoral books were written with this honest practicality. Helpful to everyone, because we have all been through our broken world experiences.
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Gordon MacDonald has been a pastor and author for over forty years. For many years he pastored Grace Chapel in Lexington, Massacusetts and continues to serve as Pastor Emertius. He has also provided leadership to influential ministries such as Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, which he served as President for three years, and World Relief, which he currently serves as Chairman. Gordon’s best-sell ...more
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“An old gospel hymn says: "Mercy there was great, and grace was free." Four biblical words seem to come together when the subject of grace is under consideration. They are grace, mercy, peace, and kindness. We act out of grace; we give mercy; we extend peace; and we treat one another kindly.” 0 likes
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