Robert Hardy's Seven Days

Robert Hardy s Seven Days Robert Hardy is a successful businessman who is so consumed by his own ambitions that he neglects his wife and children A wishy washy believer at best Hardy finds his faith tested to the ultimate lim

  • Title: Robert Hardy's Seven Days
  • Author: Charles M. Sheldon
  • ISBN: 9781589190801
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Robert Hardy is a successful businessman who is so consumed by his own ambitions that he neglects his wife and children A wishy washy believer at best, Hardy finds his faith tested to the ultimate limit when he becomes convinced that he s going to die in seven days.Can he repair broken relationships, make amends with those he s hurt, and undergo a spiritual transformationRobert Hardy is a successful businessman who is so consumed by his own ambitions that he neglects his wife and children A wishy washy believer at best, Hardy finds his faith tested to the ultimate limit when he becomes convinced that he s going to die in seven days.Can he repair broken relationships, make amends with those he s hurt, and undergo a spiritual transformation in just seven days

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    1. This is the we all should look at our lives. We don't know when our last day on earth will arrive. Today? Tomorrow? Next week? Every day should be lived as if it were our last.

    2. Όπως αναφέρεται και στον επίλογο, το μικρό αυτό βιβλίο δε γράφτηκε για να προσφέρει ένα ευχάριστο ανάγνωσμα. Εκ πρώτης όψεως δείχνει να πρόκειται για τη χριστιανική έκδοση της ιστορίας του Φάουστ του Γκαίτε. Κι όμως δεν πρόκειται για μυθιστόρημα αλλά για την αληθινή ιστορί [...]

    3. Anyone who professes to be a Christian should read this book. This story is about a man who has a revelation that he only has seven days to live and how he changes to make up for the way he has conducted his life up to that point. At times I thought the book was a bit simplistic and just a little bit corny, but as I pondered the message that the author was putting across, I realized that I was being too harsh. This book was written by Charles Sheldon in 1900. He was a preacher who instead of pre [...]

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