- How to Ruin Your Life by 30
- Steve Farrar ©2012
- Moody Publishers
- ISBN 978-0-8024-0619-4 (e-book)
- Nine concepts plus Notes
Steve Farrar invites young people to think deeply about their lives and the critical decisions they make. For example, don’t overlook the fact that every cause has an affect—that is, that your choices have consequences for you and for others, maybe for centuries.
The choices made during the years between twenty and thirty will make or break a person later on. However, it seems many young people’s future perceptions of themselves is based on the solid evidence of nothing.
This author advises readers in their twenties to learn how and decide, while that decision is still in their power, to start strong, so that they can finish life strongly at seventy or eighty. Realize that life is a marathon, not a sprint.
Farrar shows that often only one out of ten men will actually finish the race of life strong. He asks, “Where do so many folks go wrong?” and in this book answers the questions wisely.
But if a reader already has some false starts, know that God loves to redeem failures. He is willing to give a new start in life.
Farrar fills his chapters with important questions and helpful illustrations. An easy book to read that challenges readers to seek wise, clear thinking.
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