Seeing With Jesus’ Eyes
Compassion is the emotion most frequently attributed to Jesus in the Gospels. But compassion is more than an emotion — it is a God-centered, God-inspired way of looking at the world. God commands us to love, so compassion is not an option!
“We should not try to serve people without a love for God. We must not try to serve God without a love for people,” writes Joshua Mack. Using Jesus and Paul as our examples, Mack shows why compassion is central to our profession of faith and gives practical starting points for treating others as God desires.
“Mack has given us an excellent primer on compassion. He roots compassion in the grace and enablement of the gospel, developing the necessary implication of being an object of mercy. Clear, concise, honest, practical—this is a must read.”
— Tedd Tripp, author of Shepherding a Child’s Heart and Instructing A Child’s Heart
“One of my very favorite books. I am deeply concerned about a spirit in the church that values faithful expressions of truth above faithful expressions of care. Neither of these trumps the other, and Joshua Mack’s excellent book helps us to learn the lesson.”
— Heath Lambert, Executive Director, Association of Certified Biblical Counselors