What Does God Have to Say?
A Biblical Worldview from A to Z
Pastor Tim Dilena’s new book, What Does God Have to Say? A Biblical Worldview from A to Z, is being released. This book is a compelling call to embrace God’s perspective and rediscover the enduring truths of the Bible for a foundational biblical worldview.
Available at Times Square Church and Amazon
“There is still Truth. Solid, proven and directional truth. The book in your hands is about this kind of truth. Today, despite what anyone says, your future is in embracing WHAT GOD HAS TO SAY.”
Carter Conlon, General Overseer and Former Senior Pastor of Times Square Church, NYC
About the Author
Tim Dilena is the senior pastor of Times Square Church. With over forty years of pastoral leadership and experience, he is the third senior pastor since the founding of the church by David Wilkerson in 1987. Tim founded the Revival Tabernacle in Detroit, in a former XXX movie theater, and pastored in Brooklyn, NY, and Lafayette, LA, before returning to New York City. He has been a speaker for the MLB, NFL, and WNBA chapels and is the author of The 260 Journey, a daily devotional through the New Testament.
Building According to Code
A worldview is the lens through which one sees and defines life. Everyone has a worldview, but not every worldview has God in it. What happens when God is left out of your worldview, or compromise makes you the god of your worldview?
The 26 chapters of What Does God Have to Say? explore a biblical worldview from A-Z, or in other words, God’s building code! Just as state building codes offer clear instructions on how to build in preparation for storms, God has given us His stormproof building code. Jesus Himself spoke about the importance of building our lives according to that code, referring to those who do so as wise. The materials for stormproofing are found in obedience to God’s Word. The real test comes when the storms hit.
With one glance at today’s society, it is evident that a storm is already upon us and clearly there is a great cost to warnings unheeded. We have lived long enough by “what we think is right.” God has graciously given us his stormproof code. Let’s take the time to ensure that we are building according to code.