What Really Counts tackles twenty-two areas of significance-including God, Love, Wisdom, Purpose, Health-and explores what matters most in each of them, answering questions like What are the basic truths? and What is most important?
With introductions, meditations, and directed journaling sections on each topic, readers will embark on an interactive journey to discover not only what really counts, but also what doesn't, further drawing focus to their purposes within the context of God's call for them.
The biography of A.B. Simpson: A. B. Simpson was born in 1843. A. B. Simpson was a major figure in American evangelicalism at the close of the 19th century, he founded the Christian and Missionary Alliance, established a publishing house, edited a weekly magazine, wrote over a hundred books, eighty volumes of sermons and literature, pastored multiple churches, launched social programs and ministries, founded a college and penned dozens of hymns and gospel songs. A.B. Simpson died in 1919 leaving a legacy that has extended around the world leaving ministries that touched millions of lives and globally impacted their theology and missions.