Crushing: It's Not the End! PDF/EPUB é Crushing: It's

Crushing: It's Not the End! PDF/EPUB é Crushing: It's
  • Hardcover
  • 272 pages
  • Crushing: It's Not the End!
  • T.D. Jakes
  • 27 October 2017
  • 1455595373

Crushing: It's Not the End![KINDLE] ✽ Crushing: It's Not the End! ❁ T.D. Jakes – Essayreview.co.uk Bestselling inspirational author TD Jakes reveals God s process for our growth and how we can benefit from life s challenging experiencesIn this insightful book, New York Times bestselling author TD Bestselling inspirational author TD Jakes reveals God Not the PDF/EPUB Á s process for our growth and how we can benefit from life s challenging experiencesIn this insightful book,New York Times bestselling author TD Jakes wrestles with the age old questions Why do the righteous suffer Where is God in all the injustice In his most personal offering yet, Bishop Jakes tells crushing stories from his own journey the painful experience of learning his young teenage daughter was pregnant, the agony of watching his mother succumb to Alzheimer s, and the shock and helplessness he felt when Crushing: It's PDF/EPUB ² his son had a heart attackBishop Jakes wants to encourage you that God uses difficult, crushing experiences to prepare you for unexpected blessings If you are faithful through suffering, you will be surprised by God s joy, comforted by His peace, and fulfilled with His purposeUSHING will inspire you to have hope, even in your most difficult moments If you trust in God and lean on Him during setbacks, He will lead you through.


About the Author: T.D. Jakes

Bishop TD Jakes is the author of Not the PDF/EPUB Á the bestsellers God s Leading Lady The Lady, Her Lover and Her Lord Maximize the Moment The Great Investment His Lady Woman, Thou art Loosed the film of which won the Best Film Award at the Santa Barbara Film Festival and He Motions His daily morning show The Potter s Touch and weekly broadcast The Potter s House air on Trinity Broadcasting Network and Black Entertainment Television, as well as in Europe and South America Bishop Jakes is the founder and pastor of The Potter s Crushing: It's PDF/EPUB ² House, one of the fastest growing churches in the nation, where he leads an interracial congregation ofthan , members He lives in Dallas with his wife and five children.


10 thoughts on “Crushing: It's Not the End!

  1. says:

    Great book I like that this magnificent tome has a self development prose as well, which is why I highly recommend this book The pruning explanation that Jakes uses is spectacular and riveting This is a book full of honesty, which make the spiritual journey throughout the chapters inundated with fervor.

  2. says:

    Amazing I was in tears by the end of this book Such a profound, biblical take on the harrowing crushing seasons we endure in this life If you find yourself undergoing hardships that you don t understand, and you want a godly perspective, this is the book for you.

  3. says:

    An Interesting read gave insight into the process of crushing of grapes in contrast to crushing incidents of life

  4. says:

    6 9 19I decided to read this book a second time because I enjoy this author s books so much What came to mind on the second read was how even someone as wise and understanding as this author is, he still succumbs to the pressure of the crushing This is important for me because it gives me an awareness that it is normal to feel despair or anxiety during a crushing even though you have lots of experience and knowledge of the all the good that comes from a crushing That is why a continual unders 6 9 19I decided to read this book a second time because I enjoy this author s books so much What came to mind on the second read was how even someone as wise and understanding as this author is, he still succumbs to the pressure of the crushing This is important for me because it gives me an awareness that it is normal to feel despair or anxiety during a crushing even though you have lots of experience and knowledge of the all the good that comes from a crushing That is why a continual understanding and study of the importance of a crushing is important because you will face crushings multiple times in your lifetime Everyone goes through crushings and being conscious of the process of the crushing that you are in is getting to a higher plane in the human experience that helps you to get to what Maslow calls self actualization We all have a desire to achieve our full potential and crushings are part of the journey to living in our full potential 5 19 19The message in this book is not a new message I have not come across before but it is an important message that must be relearned throughout the journey called life It is a message of loving your process , long term thinking , enjoying the journey , and many other ways this message has been taught I love when a Christian uses a simple message from the Holy Bible and goes deep into that message, in this case, a whole book because the Holy Bible has that unique aspect to it The metaphor of wine and the process we go through in life to become a better version of yourself is universal and extremely important.David Goggins preaches it in a way of embracing suffering in an extreme way because suffering is unavoidable in life So when suffering comes you are prepared already to handle it Nassim Taleb has a similar theory with Anit Fragility where you expose your self to hardships over and over till almost nothing can break you This author puts in a way that is similar to the process grapes go through to become wine, which does not seem enjoyable or short But when the end result of the wine is done right it brings pleasure to one consuming the wine and the one who did his part to make sure the wine brought pleasure to the consumer So when you go through the process you will bring joy to those around you and the ones who took part or helped you during your process

  5. says:

    Thought the core concept of the book was very solid However, it seemed like there was a lot of fluff added into the book The 8 hour audible read could have been condensed down to 2 or 3 hours of content I also didn t like that he repeats his sentences 5 or so times throughout a chapter I thought my audible app was broken at first Besides those sticking points I would highly recommend this book for anyone going through trials or tribulations in life A brilliant perspective to keep in mind a Thought the core concept of the book was very solid However, it seemed like there was a lot of fluff added into the book The 8 hour audible read could have been condensed down to 2 or 3 hours of content I also didn t like that he repeats his sentences 5 or so times throughout a chapter I thought my audible app was broken at first Besides those sticking points I would highly recommend this book for anyone going through trials or tribulations in life A brilliant perspective to keep in mind as we go through tough periods A few takeaways for me God uses the crushing moments in our life to ferment us into His choice vintage Every difficult moment can and should be used to teach us, humble us to Him, and used to grow us into who God calls us to be God s timing and plan is perfect in our life He does not rush the fermentation process that will produce excellence in our life Trust that His timing is perfect

  6. says:

    Full Blog Review in Progress I am a massive fan of TD Jakes He is my number one religious writer I read, so I was extremely excited to see this for review on Netgalley While this book is not my favorite of this author s that award goes to Instinct , this is an excellent book Be prepared for areligious book than what I have seen from him before with it being much heavier on biblical reference I have to say as one going through a really difficult time and found this book pretty timely f Full Blog Review in Progress I am a massive fan of TD Jakes He is my number one religious writer I read, so I was extremely excited to see this for review on Netgalley While this book is not my favorite of this author s that award goes to Instinct , this is an excellent book Be prepared for areligious book than what I have seen from him before with it being much heavier on biblical reference I have to say as one going through a really difficult time and found this book pretty timely for my current life, I found having to focus on those references pretty comforting and that the message sunk in deeper than if this was a book that I was speed reading to review Having to focus deeper to decipher, I was forced to ingest the words I have to say that I loved the analogy of wine making to working through life s struggles vs focusing that bad things happen

  7. says:

    Pretty much the same old, same old It appears to me that once you have read one of his books you have for the most part read all of them.

  8. says:

    This book offers some incredible perspective and insight into how God works through the crushing we experience in life to transform us into who He knows we can become T.D shares many of his own crushing stories in an open and honest way that helped me feel like he could actually relate to some of the difficulties in life that I have experienced If you are ready for a fresh perspective on the hard times in your own life, I would highly recommend this book Favorite Quote Have you ever desire This book offers some incredible perspective and insight into how God works through the crushing we experience in life to transform us into who He knows we can become T.D shares many of his own crushing stories in an open and honest way that helped me feel like he could actually relate to some of the difficulties in life that I have experienced If you are ready for a fresh perspective on the hard times in your own life, I would highly recommend this book Favorite Quote Have you ever desired something for so long that you resolved in yourself that it was never going to happen Have you ever had to declare that your dreams were dead so that you would finally have a moment s peace It s the delay in the fulfillment of the promises of God that causes us so much pain When the Master gives us the vision of what He s going to do in our lives, He shows us the mountain peaks while He hides the valley If you saw the climb you would have to endure to get to the mountaintop, you would abandon the entire trip It s the passion we have for the fulfillment of God s promise that drives us, but it s the play between the pain and passion that He uses to refine us

  9. says:

    Why do the righteous suffer Where is God in all the injustice A few days ago, I came across Steve Harvey s interview in which T.D Jakes was discussing not only his daughter s dilemma but also his new book Crushing.I immediately jotted down the title and went to my my libraries online service to place a book hold that very day.Which brings me to today as I m so glad I did because I honestly have never read his work and was attracted to his demeanor, his sense of character, his empathy, and comp Why do the righteous suffer Where is God in all the injustice A few days ago, I came across Steve Harvey s interview in which T.D Jakes was discussing not only his daughter s dilemma but also his new book Crushing.I immediately jotted down the title and went to my my libraries online service to place a book hold that very day.Which brings me to today as I m so glad I did because I honestly have never read his work and was attracted to his demeanor, his sense of character, his empathy, and compassion for his family as well as his thoughtful insights in helping others to heal in living their best life.Crushing is not just about getting over negativity or self deprecating thoughts It s an advancement into one s thought process and soul inspiring motivational and creative means.By this I mean that God has put you into a spot you need to be in to awaken you, to enlighten you, to bring you to your knees for growth.He did not bring you here to leave you here One of my fav quotes from the book, Quality takes time, and you are God s masterpiece You must understand yes awful things happen, injustices happen, yes we are all flawed and we all sin, yes we can repent, and yes we can find love from within.One of my fav thoughts is by the Romans If God is for me who can be against me.You can t imagine the fear, the crushing moments, the thoughts of why me but Lord knows you cannot be bitter you must get better.I m so glad this book discussed the need to help others because by helping others you ultimately improve your relationship with God.We are all our brothers and sisters keepers We are put on this EARTH for a reason I learned the hard way not everyone is authentic Many sell you a good con job Not many these days are empathetic or compassionate for those who ve fallen upon hard times.While it s easier to blame, shame, find fault and place guilt it s not so easy to reach out and offer a hand up rather than a hand OUT.I know this first hand by having been left bankrupt, homeless, LT unemployed, with three teens my oldest being med disabled from birth for life.We lost everything we owned yet I didn t say why me I went out and instead increased my volunteer hours to help as many as I could when time compassion was all I could offer of myself.One of my greatest experiences as TD Jakes describes was in that transition from being down on my luck to helping others and finding new avenues to recreate and explore for personal and professional means.Fall down seven get up 8 is my motto.Make wine from that crushing experience.The story about his teen daughter getting pregnant was so inspiring Can you imagine the growth not only his daughter experienced but the growth it took as a father watching your child go through such pain More importantly was the manner in which they all succeeded but success didn t come by having a crystal ball it resulted from trial and error You cannot see the end of the road but you must have faith and belief in a higher power.You must give it all up to God and know he wouldn t lead you astray.I was truly impressed by watching his interview with Steve Harvey and perhaps one day I will meet this amazing man.Until such time I will continue doing what I ve always done in my service to others for the common good.You see being bankrupt and homeless has taught me plenty from within God doesn t want to see us suffer He has chosen us for a reason We are strong enough to carry the message.It s not about the accolades or awards although receiving the Points of Light Award from our 41st President was quite an honor and a blessing.It s about not giving up It s about being a beacon of light for others It s about learning to find loss among the ashes.The Phoenix rose from the ashes.Maya Angelou once said, But still, like air, I rise all have within us the ability to make wine from the crushing.The crushing is not defeat No it s a blessing If you are open to the message

  10. says:

    CRUSHING GOD TURNS PRESSURE INTO POWERBY T.D JAKES The crushing is not the ending it s the beginning 5 Revelations 12 11 says, We are OverComers by the Blood of the LAMB and the Word of our Testimony The Crushing is one of the most uniquely prolific, spiritually lifting and empowering jewels penned in this generation Bishop T.D Jakes takes the reader on one of the most memorable and visualistic journeys to date as he exposes life altering hurts that he s endured on his renowned jour CRUSHING GOD TURNS PRESSURE INTO POWERBY T.D JAKES The crushing is not the ending it s the beginning 5 Revelations 12 11 says, We are OverComers by the Blood of the LAMB and the Word of our Testimony The Crushing is one of the most uniquely prolific, spiritually lifting and empowering jewels penned in this generation Bishop T.D Jakes takes the reader on one of the most memorable and visualistic journeys to date as he exposes life altering hurts that he s endured on his renowned journey When life is celebrated and many are spectators to the revelry that shines brightly, yet no one can discern the astronomical cost paid for numerous triumphs, accolades, and national successes Bishop Jakes depicts the devastation of life experiences as he s transparent with the despair he felt with the loss of his mother and the pregnancy of his youngest daughter His transparency is certifiable evidence that you can not judge a book by the cover until you open it up to see what s inside Weekly he shares his anointing with the world via the world wide web, and so many lives are changed with the authenticity of his gift as he delivers the Word of GOD on a monumental platform The depth of teaching he pours into this masterwork is spellbinding The astute manner that he paints the most vivid picture of life and its devastation, GOD s purpose and the processing of grapes to wine is unparalleled.Crushing GOD Turns Pressure Into Power is one of the most excellent reads that I ve ever encountered When I initially started the book, I was a bit agitated with the usage of uncommon words, laymen terms, you have to get a dictionary to get a complete understanding Then I noticed that there was quite a bit of repetition, and that perturbed me as well Mind you the flow was smooth, even as there were some moments that would grapple some of the forgotten moments in your life as it evoked painful memories Bishop Jakes pulls and tugs on your spiritual memories, and you find yourself peering into a mirrored image I found a depth of understanding that only a professional connoisseur could develop Impatience dissolves as you get to the grand finale and he blows your wig back with the unveiling of this journey called life The Process the Purpose and the ELOHIM Principle Upon completion, it all had purpose, every emotion, every thought, every description, every tear, in Tommie Smith s words, every tear meant something Process Purpose ELOHIM Principle Bishop T.D Jakes, May the Spirit of the Living True GOD Continue to Wash You Anew With Fresh Anointing As You Continue to Bless HIS People In JESUS Mighty Name ThatzTazzyezTake

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