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The Man in the Mirror: Solving the 24 Problems Men Face Paperback – October 7, 2014
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Are you ready to trade the demands of the never-ending rat race for the timeless rewards of godly manhood? Join the millions of others who have turned to The Man in the Mirror as their go-to guide for over 30 years.
In this updated and expanded edition of The Man in the Mirror, bestselling author Patrick Morley helps you overcome common roadblocks in the road to spiritual growth and chart a path toward becoming a better leader wherever you are--at home, in your workplace, and in your community.
With its practical advice, thought-provoking questions, and biblical insights, The Man in the Mirror will challenge you to reflect on your life, identify your problem areas, and make the changes necessary to love God, yourself, and others better.
Along the way, Morley addresses the questions he's asked the most often, including:
- How can I fix my broken relationships?
- How can I establish financial strength?
- How do I tackle pride, fear, and anger?
- How do I set priorities and decide what's important?
Praise for The Man in the Mirror:
"Every once in a while someone comes along and says what I've been trying to put into words for years. This is one of those books. It's Augustine for the twentieth century. Real. Honest. Hard-hitting. Taking on the dragons. Read this book at your own risk. It's a serendipity--one surprise after another."
--Lyman Coleman, bestselling author
"To 'walk your talk' as a successful businessman is a challenge very few meet. Pat Morley walks his talk. He is a successful businessman, and he brings his wisdom and experience to all of us in a very readable and understandable form in The Man in the Mirror. I encourage you to not only read this book but also practice its principles."
--Ron Blue, managing partner, Ron Blue & Co.
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Patrick Morley (maninthemirror.org) is a business leader, speaker, and the bestselling author of twenty-one books, including The Man in the Mirror, Ten Secrets for the Man in the Mirror, The Seven Seasons of the Man in the Mirror, and Devotions for the Man in the Mirror. He lives with his wife in Orlando, Florida.
- Publisher : Zondervan; Revised edition (October 7, 2014)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 400 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0310331757
- ISBN-13 : 978-0310331759
- Item Weight : 12.1 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.5 x 1.82 x 8.38 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #23,908 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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There are also clues in this book as to why, as a society, we are experiencing so much anxiety and depression. A lot of the topics discussed in this book can apply to women too. So I learned a great deal by reading this book. The questions at the end of each chapter were enlightening to answer. By reading this book you will also learn the differences between a biblical and cultural Christian. This book is filled with spiritual advice and many reality checks.
I felt Patrick Morley is a true man of God who imparts deep wisdom that is so rare these days. His wife, Patsy, also says some funny and profound things to him, which he shares in this book.
Some of the practical things in this book include how to treat women, how to manage money and why men should look beyond materialism for life satisfaction. Patrick Morley also is pretty funny. I laughed out loud several times. Overall, this is a calming message of hope for men in a troubled world. It is the ultimate classic book of wisdom for men. I'm buying many copies of this book and sending it to every man I personally know. I wish I'd known about this book sooner so I could give it as gifts. I wish every man in the world could read this book. That is how important it is.
~The Rebecca Review
One example is the chapter on fear. He claims that Christ felt no fear in the garden of Gethsemane. This might be a matter of semantics but he takes a hard-line that Christ in no way felt fear. First of all, Christ dropped to his knees and begged God to pass the cup from him as He literally sweat blood. Do I think Christ was afraid? He could have been. He was human and He was sweating blood. I don't think He was consumed by fear. I also could be wrong and he could have not been afraid. But based on what the Bible says, I think the evidence at best could go either way. I just don't think an author should take a hard-line stance on what Christ was feeling to make a shaky point.
I would say that overall, the problems themselves are a good view on everything that a man will face in our world today. Morley has good advice on a lot of points. As I said, I not only found myself scratching my head during this book, but do so in his other books as well as his talks. We are using this book for our men's group and the material is good, but we often have a lot of debate on his viewpoints. If anything, I think it's good to get a variety of perspectives.