Featuring Dr. Jarvis’s new book “What the single eye sees”
“How Can We Strengthen Our Relationship With Jesus Christ Today?”
In What the Single Eye Sees: Faith, Hope, Charity & the Pursuit of Discipleship, Dr. Joseph Q. Jarvis draws on a lifetime of leadership, service, and scripture study to reveal spiritual insights we’ve never considered before–teaching us how to explore what Christ’s call to discipleship really means and how following that call deepens our relationship with the Savior.
If you are searching for answers, peace, and communion with the divine, then digging deep into your discipleship is key.
In What the Single Eye Sees, you’ll
– Explore the power of faith, hope, and charity
– Examine the energy involved in true consecration
– Discover how to obtain the influence of the Spirit
Within these pages, Dr. Jarvis illustrates how developing Christlike traits with an eye single to God’s glory elevates us and brings us to really know our Lord, who truly understands the confusion, suffering, unfairness, and essential aloneness of mortality.
Indeed, the Savior is ideally situated to strengthen, enlighten, and preserve the best in us. When He tells us His “grace is sufficient” (2 Corinthians 12:9), we know that through Him we can have peace and purpose in this life, and ultimately, life everlasting.
Begin your journey toward a deepened spiritual experience today: start reading and discover how to turn your eye to the Lord and partake of His glory and grace.
“A thought-provoking, inspiring book! Brother Jarvis’s suggestion that our faith in God represents our love of God made me think differently about both concepts. And the idea that our craving for things spiritual is due to leaving God’s presence resonated with me – and speaks to why we can’t seem to make ourselves comfortable on Earth. When we find ourselves longing for home, we can embrace His love by choosing to see, feel, and prize life in a way that our eye becomes singly focused on His glory.”
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About the Author
Joseph Q. Jarvis is a public-health physician and author of two books. He has been married more than forty years to Annette Wanlass Jarvis, an attorney, and they reside in Salt Lake City, Utah. Their five children and seven grandchildren are scattered across the United States, requiring a good deal of grandparent travel each year. As a young man, Jarvis served a full-time mission in Austria for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Today he also leads tours in the Holy Land, where travelers can study discipleship in the literal footsteps of the Savior. When not writing or providing public-health consulting services, Jarvis enjoys driving his Jeep off-road or playing golf off-fairway.