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What Really Matters?

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by: Clinton Macomber
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Publication Date: August 9, 2017
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 192
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781936415069
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Book Synopsis
The book of Daniel is taken either to extract some amazing children’s stories, or to cover facts of history. Some even use the book to present prophetic truths. What about stopping this clipping process and considering the book as a whole? Is there a series of truths that are being illustrated in the book? Could the book have a practical application to today’s Christian?
This book does not get into the prophecy, history, or fantastic stories of the book, but instead takes a broad look of each chapter to find lessons for today. The book follows the life of Daniel from his youth to his old age. It shares some dilemmas in detail and glosses over other dramatic events with a simple mention. Why almost ignore some things that seem more outrageous and then offer detail on things we discount today? What is it that the author was trying to get his listeners to learn?
The ways of God are not our ways. God sees things differently from us, having created us and the universe. This book challenges our thinking to consider what is holy and important, and to pass over other parts that seem huge to us, but are not that important eternally.
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About The Author
Clinton A. Macomber is an ordained Baptist minister that was raised in a godly home where the ways of Scripture were sought out an implemented. From kindergarten he was taught to have personal devotions and then Bible memory and prayer on a personal and family level were the hallmarks of the home. By the age of 12 he had memorized a large number of verses. He and his sisters were the first to be homeschooled as his parents sought to follow God’s will in the home. Clinton lives with his wife in Redding, California, and enjoys hearing from his seven children and the grandchildren.
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