The editor of "The Sunday Visitor" talks about his faith, vocation and the revelation of God's power in his life.
The editor of "The Sunday Visitor" and author of the cult columns talks about his faith, vocation and experiences of God's guidance and manifestation of His power in his life. He shows what it means to be a man in the light of faith and what role struggle and prayer play in it. He argues that giving one's life to Jesus is the best investment a reasonably thinking man can make. In the book God likes those who fight you will read, among other things:
How the author discovered he was a scoundrel
for which he was expelled from the altar boys
how joy fell upon him on a certain Sunday afternoon
how God spoiled him
what insurance policy his mother gave her children
about the declarations at the Chapel of the Divine Mercy in Lagiewniki
how God gives us our daily bread
whether a man should be a warrior
why a Christian can't steal anything
about inner and outer healings
how God multiplies time
how a man's faith and a woman's faith differ
why man cannot afford to be neutral in the spiritual sphere
what is the only weapon of the devil
why money is important for a Christian
what cabbage has to do with taking care of one's own soul
why every Christian should defend himself against clericalization
what is most important in sex
why to be a man is first and foremost to be a father
whether Poles are a chosen people
about the electrifying effects of a Pauline prayer
what to do not to be afraid.
Franciszek Kucharczak - is the editor of "Gościa Niedzielny", author of popular columns that appear in the pages of this weekly, editor-in-chief of gosc.pl, leader of the Community of Merciful Jesus in Rybnik, and above all husband of Joanna and father of Michał and Jacek.
Format 140 x 200
Number of pages 172
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