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Are you spiritually healthy or just spiritually busy?
The Chapter titles are:
- Do You Thirst for God?
- Are You Governed Increasingly by God’s Word?
- Are You More Loving?
- Are You More Sensitive to God’s Presence?
- Do You Have a Growing Concern for the Spiritual and Temporal Needs of Others?
- Do You Delight in the Bride of Christ?
- Are the Spiritual Disciplines of the Christian Life Increasingly Important to You?
- Do You Still Grieve Over Sin?
- Are You a Quicker Forgiver?
- Do You Yearn for Heaven and to Be With Jesus?
“Donald Whitney is an experienced physician of the soul. Now he has given us an excellent diagnostic tool for evaluating our spiritual health. I highly recommend this book.”
—Jerry Bridges, staff member of The Navigators and author of The Pursuit of Holiness
“Many of us would relish the privilege of having a godly, mature mentor help us examine our spiritual condition. Don Whitney’s book gave me that sense. He asks the questions, identifies the issues, and stirs mind and heart toward a purer devotion to the Lord Jesus Christ.”
—Jean Fleming, author of A Mother’s Heart and Feeding Your Soul
“The practice of spiritual disciplines is vital, especially when we are frequently shocked to hear of some who did run well but have fallen. The chapter ‘Do You Grieve Over Sin?’ and ‘Are You a Quicker Forgiver?’ are especially relevant.”
—Erroll Hulse, editor Reformation Today
“Whether we consider our spiritual health to be robust or weak, Don Whitney’s leadership through this self-diagnosis will almost inevitably move you to a higher spiritual plane. Whitney has given us several excellent books on the spiritual disciplines, but I believe this is the most helpful of his books to date. I personally felt my yearning for God intensify and then found expression in tangible growth as I applied Whitney’s tests and comments to my own spiritual life. I commend it highly to all sincere Christian seekers.”
—T.W. HUNT, author and speaker
“Don Whitney has done it again! After already giving me three of the books I most frequently recommend to others, I think he’s given me a fourth! This book poses the questions we need to ponder if we’re to persevere in following Christ.”
—MARK DEVER, pastor, Capitol Hill Baptist Church, author of Nine Marks of a Healthy Church
Read this review of Ten Questions by a pastor.