Would you rather be a person of significance or a person of prominence? Think carefully! The answer to that question will shape your entire future. Pastor, teacher, and beloved author Charles Swindoll says, Somehow life has taught us poorly. We're trained to think that the most significant people are star athletes, actors, and musicians--the ones we applaud, those whose autographs we seek, those who have worldly rewn. They aren't. Not really. Most often, the people really worth ting are those who turn a 'body' into a 'somebody' but never receive credit. What is forgotten far too often is this: Success in God's kingdom and in the church depends upon faithful people the public rarely kws. The Old Testament contains numerous fascinating stories of forgotten lives--unsung heroes whose actions, sacrifices, or battles failed to ascribe them worldly rewn. These great lives, however, reveal significant people whom God hors in the pages of His Word and, therefore, deserve our serious attention and emulation.
Adi took out eight hundred armed, skilled fighting men with his sword.
Eleazar attacked the Philistines by himself for so long that his comrades had to pry his sword out of his grip.
Shammah, while his companions ran like scared cats from their enemies, stood his ground--alone--and was victorious.
And yet, did you recall any of their names? They're t on the rolls of the rich and famous. Still, they are significant. In this eighth volume of the bestselling Great Lives from God's Word series, Chuck will examine little-remembered Bible characters and events. He will help you discover biblical principles and practical applications for living so that you can be who you are in God's estimation . . . a person of true significance.
Charles R. Swindoll has devoted his life to the clear, practical teaching and application of God's Word. He currently pastors Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, Texas, and serves as the chancellor of Dallas Theological Seminary. His renowned Insight for Living radio program airs around the world. Chuck and Cynthia, his partner in life and ministry, have four grown children and ten grandchildren.