The Man Who Wouldn't Listen

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0816344507

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Michael might have been the first missionary of the Seventh-day Adventist Church but he couldn’t wait. And his decisions got him into trouble all around.

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Michael Czechowski wanted to be a missionary but he wanted to do it his own way and go when and where he wanted to go.

He had a wonderful message, but he wouldn’t listen to the advice of others. Because he wanted to do things his own way, not only he but his whole family suffered. It became harder and harder for his daughter Anna to understand why he didn’t listen to people who had more experience than he. Sometime it seemed he even ran ahead of God.

Michael might have been the first missionary of the Seventh-day Adventist Church but he couldn’t wait. And his decisions got him into trouble all around. Eventually Michael did realize his mistake, he did ask forgiveness, and he was used of God, but how much more he could have done if---

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Item Format Paperback
Publisher Pacific Press Publishing Association
Weight (lbs) 0.210000
Page Count 60
Language English
Year Published 2016
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