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There are some helpful nuggets here and there, but I found myself annoyed with some of the premises and writing style For one thing, the seminary is for Satan premise grates on me The idea here is that folks go to seminary and learn to master the Bible, theology, etc and then begin to instrumentalize it for their own glory I m sure this is a narrative for many people, but I ve found the problem to be people thinking that seminary is supposed to supply them withthan the institution There are some helpful nuggets here and there, but I found myself annoyed with some of the premises and writing style For one thing, the seminary I liked this book for pastors I m sort of a pastor I really did It s an excellent book But it gets three stars because, searching my heart of hearts, I can t honestly say as Goodreads requires for four stars that I really liked it I also can t call it amazing five stars I felt like Tripp kept saying the same thing over and ov Key point of the book from my perspective A pastor s ministry will never be shaped by his knowledge of Scripture and ministry skill alone but also, inevitably, by the condition of his heart p 52 Also, particularly important for our current, seminary ized pastoral culture Biblical literacy is not to be confused with Christian maturity Homiletical accuracy is not the same as godliness Theological dexterity is very different from practi What an important book for the health of the church and those who fulfill the role as pastor Much of ministry burnout across America happens, I think, because pastors take on too many cultural expectations They are lauded and celebrated because we love to idolize our leaders And because we celebrate them we put them in a different category Apparently their needs are different, o This book is a dangerous blessing Paul David Tripp does a excellent job of calling pastors an other ministry leaders to consider not only their calling, but their relationship to the One who called them He is very open and honest about his own ministry trials, provides ample illustration of other ministry struggles, and manages to bring the Scripture to bear on all of them It would take a cold hearted reader to not be called to some serious soul searching while reading this book May God use This book is a dangerous blessing Paul David Tripp does a excellent job of calling pastors an other ministry leaders to consider not only their calling, but their relationship to the One who called them He is very open and honest about his own ministry trials, provides ample illustration of other ministry struggles, and manages to bring the This book is convicting Period.The only reason I didn t remain in a state of guilt is because Tripp continuously points one back to the gospel, the person and work of Jesus Many consider William Still s book, The Work of the Pastor, to be the must read book for pastors today While Still s book is wonderful, it doesn t quite fit today s context and temptations of pastors.This is why I consider Tripp s book to be the Work of the Pastor for our day It Main thoughts I take from this are that the lives of pastors are way harder than I ever imagined I never imagined all the pressures and weird temptations that they go through Main key phrases include preach the gospel to yourself, listen to people, do your job well, stay humb I think this book is required to any who s doing any sort of ministry or service, not only pastors The authors leads the reader through some heart checkpoint that sometimes are hard to face, but then he shines the light on the darkest parts of the minister s souls This book is able to help I knew the ministry was tough Figured that out the hard way I still love it and want to do it the rest of my life I thank God for it, but it s tough This book Dangerous Calling by Paul David Tripp was like the ultimate gut check for me Funny thing was that unlike what I ve been tempted to think so many other times, the culprit of my pain was me The biggest source of my failures You guessed it me.There is hope in this, however, because in a world of things I can t change, with Christ s h I knew the ministry was tough Figured that out the hard way I still love it and want to do it the rest of my life I thank God for it, but it s tough This book `EBOOK ↭ Dangerous Calling ↟ After Traveling The Globe And Speaking To Thousands Of Churches Worldwide, Paul David Tripp Has Discovered A Serious Problem Within Pastoral Culture.He Is Not Only Concerned About The Spiritual Life Of The Pastor, But Also With The Very Community Of People That Trains Him, Calls Him, Relates To Him, And Restores Him If Necessary.Dangerous Calling Reveals The Truth That The Culture Surrounding Our Pastors Is Spiritually Unhealthy An Environment That Actively Undermines The Wellbeing And Efficacy Of Our Church Leaders And Thus The Entire Church Body.Here Is A Book That Both Diagnoses And Offers Cures For Issues That Impact Every Member And Church Leader, And Gives Solid Strategies For Fighting The All Important War That Rages In Our Churches Today.