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“Whether or not we live the good life depends on what we have faith in. The good life is living by faith in a good God.” (p. 38)

Many believe that God exists, but Lee believes that it’s more than simply believing in God; it’s believing what He says and ordering your life around it. There is sacrifice in following the Lord. Lee is urging us in this chapter not to give lip service to God but to obey His commands in His word. He reviews with us once again about the lies we believe about what the good life is. But in the end we know that we can’t just live the good life and follow God’s commands. What we need is to be rescued.

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Do you think that believing in God’s existence is enough? Do you know of anyone who believes in God (without naming names) and yet doesn’t submit to Him—or is that you? Have you been trying really hard to live this life that Lee speaks of but find yourself weary and tired? If so, why do you think this is?

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