It all begins with worldview, and you already have one. Everyone does. And that worldview will determine everything about your life--from the tiniest details to your ultimate destiny. Having a biblical worldview means looking at life through the lens of the Bible. It's how you see your world, and it impacts everything you are--from morality to money to marriage to how you will vote in the next election. It's the belief that an all-knowing, all-loving, all-powerful, good, and righteous God is in control of the universe and has an individual plan for your life, revealed in Scripture. Drawing on the Ten Commandments and the Sermon on the Mount, pastor and author Greg Laurie shows you how to make sure your worldview is the right worldview--one that will help you navigate today's challenges and lead you into an eternity of joy.
“It all starts with the place of God in your life. Why is this important? You will serve what or whom you worship. Jesus said, ‘‘You shall worship the LORD your God, and Him only you shall serve’ ’ (Matthew 4:10). If the LORD is number one in your life, then everything else will find its proper balance. If He isn’t, then everything else will fall into chaos.” (source)
“The Law’s whole purpose, however, is to send us to Jesus, the one who can help, save, redeem, cleanse, and heal.” (source)
“Another definition of a false god is whatever you get worked up and excited about.” (source)
“The Bible says in Hosea 8:7, ‘They have planted the wind and will harvest the whirlwind’ (NLT).” (source)
“this is the only one of the Ten Commandments not repeated in the New Testament” (source)