Louise Morse

What’s Age Got To Do With It?

DAISY, Braille, Large Print 17pt, Large Print 20pt, Large Print 25pt, Large Print 30pt
  • Publisher: Lion Hudson Plc (Monarch Publications Ltd)
  • ISBN: 9780857217486

In this straightforward, wise, practical book which offers real benefits in terms of fruitfulness and cheerfulness. Touching on issues of respect, outlook and purpose the author shows how all of us can continue to play a part in tomorrow’s world.

  • Exclusively for blind and partially sighted people


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If you you think that being old is about having a rocking chair and an easy life style, think again. You’re looking through the binoculars backwards. ‘What’s Age Got To Do With It?’ turns the lenses the right way around and gives a clear, Scriptural view of God’s purpose for old age. When He created the universe, God set in motion times and seasons and the ageing process. Old age was part of His plan from the beginning that people should ripen to maturity, developing wisdom through a lifetime of experience and relationship with Him, eventually enriching others with attributes that have been honed over lifetimes. But instead of contributing as God intended, many see themselves as useless and are afraid of being a burden. Ageism has destroyed their self-image and expectations, and they give up and become passive and we are all the losers. Here are stories of many people living full, purpose-driven lives well into their 90s and even 100s. For example, you’ll meet the lay preacher who wrote a book at 100 years of age because he couldn’t stand long enough to preach, and the 95-year-old who organized more Christian support from local churches for his care home, as well as many ordinary people who are making a difference to the lives of those around them. ‘What’s Age Got To Do With It?’ shows how to take off the reins and live the way God intended from the beginning.

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