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Treasuring God in Our Traditions Review by Teri LucasBy Noel Piper
Crossway Publishing Company
Do you desire to leave your family with an everlasting treasure? Are you seeking to add value to your everyday activities? Do you want your love for God to be the natural expression of your daily walk? If these thoughts are your thoughts, and you want God’s glory to be manifested in your home, then you need to pick up a copy of the book Treasuring God in Our Traditions by Noel Piper. While Mrs. Piper does not claim to have the perfect family, she offers valued advice to make your faith a living testimony to those you touch.
Treasuring God in Our Traditions is about passing the flame of our desire for God to our children, while doing it in such a way as to inspire and incite a passion for God. It suggests that He can become, and should be, the Center of all we do. It is about anchoring our families in the habit of daily worship, which is the created purpose of mankind. Treasuring God in Our Traditions is a literary treasure of the practical application of spiritual sewing and reaping. It is filled with suggestions for creating the spirit of worship in the home, building the personal discipline of prayer and Bible Study, and celebrating the presence of the Lord!
If you desire for your home to be the representation of God’s glory here on the earth, Treasuring God in Our Traditions is an excellent place to begin.