How would you live differently if you knew that . . .
there was more to life than what you were seeing?
something wonderful was awaiting you on the road of life?
you were not on this journey by chance, but for a special purpose?
If you knew these things were true, would you live safe and defeated? Or would you set out to live a larger life—a life without limits?
In this enlightening book Clifford Goldstein takes on some of life’s biggest questions and offers some answers that will change how you view—and live—your life. With a fascinating mixture of faith and logic he seeks out the truth on such matters as the meaning of life, where we came from, the laws that protect us from pain, and why we can believe in a promising future.
Life Without Limits will start you on a journey more meaningful and exciting than you ever imagined.
“Death is an aberration,” Goldstein says, “no more intended for us than a crash is for a jetliner.”
Instinctively, most of us sense that we are not here by chance, but that we were created for a purpose, that our lives have a goal and end in mind.
But why are we here? Are our lives the result of the same uncaring and purposeless forces that will eventually destroy us? If science is correct, then someday—either through the big crunch, the big freeze, or some cosmic catastrophe in between—every human being will be forever destroyed, with nothing left of them, not even a memory.
We were meant to be, but only because God created us, and He created us to have eternal life as well. Otherwise, our lives have no meaning. How could they, if they vanish into nothingness?
We were intended to be eternal, and in that intention alone we find the purpose of our existence. This book reveals the promise, the hope that the Creator of the universe offers to every human being, the “hope of eternal life which God, who cannot lie, promised before time began” (Titus 1:2).