Treasure That Lasts
Trading Privilege, Pleasure, and Power for What Really Matters
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Experience the rich life God intended for you
We are surrounded by the temptation to glorify ourselves. Yet in our pursuit of money, pleasure, and the "image is everything" lifestyle on social media, we've actually created a culture of envy, emptiness, and depression. Even the church has bought into worldly values of wealth and status. But God put us on this earth not to seek our own glory but to shine the light of his glory on a dying world.
Through the life of Moses, pastor and author Michael Youssef shows us how to store up treasure that lasts by living for God alone. Moses traded privilege, pleasure, and power for what really matters: the treasure of God's glory. In an age when evryone is seeking their own fame, learn how to live like Moses--and make your life count for God.
Praise for the books of Michael Youssef
"The founding pastor of The Church of The Apostles in Atlanta uses the story of Abraham to encourage readers to trust God's timing and plan, particularly during difficult times."--Publishers Weekly on Counting Stars in an Empty Sky
"Dr. Michael Youssef gives us the strength to believe in God's promises regardless of our circumstances."--Mark Batterson, New York Times bestselling author, on Counting Stars in an Empty Sky
"This is no ordinary book. It is passionate and penetrating, insightful and inspiring."--Dr. O. S. Hawkins, bestselling author of the Joshua Code, on Life-Changing Prayers
Michael Youssef is the founder and president of Leading The Way with Dr. Michael Youssef (www.LTW.org), a worldwide ministry that leads the way for people living in spiritual darkness to discover the light of Christ through the creative use of media and on-the-ground ministry teams. He is also the founding pastor of The Church of The Apostles in Atlanta, Georgia. The author of Life-Changing Prayers and Counting Stars in an Empty Sky, Youssef lives with his wife in Atlanta. They have four grown children and ten grandchildren.