If your dream isn’t destined to fail without God, Mark Batterson claims that your dream is too small. In Chase the Lion, Batterson explores David’s mighty men, mentioned in 2 Samuel 23, and in particular, Benaiah. These courageous men were risk-takers and recognized that the Lord orchestrated great battle victories as they served their king in fearless faithfulness and power.
Benaiah inspired Batterson’s previous book, In a Pit with A Lion on a Snowy Day. Benaiah killed two lionlike Moabites and then followed a lion into a snowy pit and killed it in 1 Chronicles 11:22 and 2 Samuel 23:20. In this book, Batterson writes that “God is in the recycling business. He recycles past experiences and uses them to prepare us for future opportunities.”
With Chase the Lion, Batterson demonstrates that the snowy pit, failures, and adverse circumstances can become the catalyst for great dreams that can only be…
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