In the years since starting on my spiritual path there has always been one conflict that seems to reoccur. It is the conflict between what my head and heart says to do in situations. I was grateful to receive the book, Divided: When the Head and Heart Don’t Agree by Bill Delvaux, to review because it answered many questions I had.
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Just as the description says,
The longest distance in the universe is between the head and heart.
As followers of Christ, the struggle between what the heart says and the head says can be quite dividing. Every Christian, from the beginners to the more experienced, have had this conflict of interest at one time or another. In fact, this occurence happens time and time again.
In order to become closer to Christ and live our lives as sincere Christians, we must learn how to close this divide and conquer our fears and questions. Bill Delvaux truly helps with this struggle of head and heart conflicting. Along with guidance, he gives the reader questions that allow spiritual reflection as well as meaningful prayers.
Chapter after chapter I was nodding my head in agreement. It was relieving to know that I was not alone in my struggles. I thought my experiences were because I was still ‘new’ in my spiritual journey, but Bill, a seasoned Christian, was experiencing similar struggles.
The references and analogies Bill uses in Divided is relatable and lightens the seriousness of conflicts we routinely face as Christ-followers. He is a very down to earth guy with very down to earth experiences turned into guidance for us to follow.
I strongly recommend Divided: When the Head and Heart Don’t Agree by Bill Delvaux to any Christian whether it be someone just starting on their spiritual path or the more seasoned individual.
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