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Consider Your Calling:
Six Questions for Discerning Your Vocation
Gordon T. Smith
Paperback: IVP Books, 2016.
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As an introduction to the book, here are the six questions that it asks (with a tiny clip for each that sheds light on what it means)
You’ll have to get the book for the full explanation of each question and why it is important…
What Are You Afraid of?
What are the worries and distractions that swirl around your heart and mind, keeping you from your life and work and dissipating your energies? And what are the fears that distract you and keep you from the intentional focus on the good work to which you are called? (107)