The Purpose Driven Life

the-purpose-driven-life-audiobook-mp3Unabridged Audiobook
Written By: Rick Warren
Narrated By: Rick Warren
Publisher: Zondervan
Duration: 9 Hours 41 Minutes

Book Rating: stars_4-5



Summary: Translated into over 50 languages, The Purpose Driven Life is far more than just a book; it is a guide to a spiritual journey that has transformed millions of lives. Once you take this journey, you’ll never be the same again.

On your journey you’ll find the answers to 3 of life’s most important questions:

  • The Question of Existence:

Why am I alive?

  • The Question of Significance:

Does my life matter?

  • The Question of Purpose:

What on earth am I here for?

Transform your life. Start your journey today…Read more.

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Rick Warren: The Purpose Drive Life Audio Book Summary

The Purpose Driven Life is the book of California Saddleback Church founder Rick Warren. Rick Warren is an American pastor, theologian and philanthropist. The media call him America’s most influential spiritual leader and the pastor of America.
It is a book about finding the purpose of earthly life, living meaningfully and walking in the light.
download-rick-warren-the-purpose-driven-life-audiobookWarren proposes that the purpose of life should be no other than that of obeying God. It states that God is the only creator of the universe and each of the human beings, until people do not believe in that, can not find a true meaning life.
On the other hand, it says that God is more interested in making our life holy than in making it happy, we can achieve happiness on Earth but that is not the goal for which we were created, but to live an eternal life of holiness in heaven.
Life is full of problems, men are coming out of one when they are already entering another. No matter how good the things that happen in our life, there is always something bad that must be worked; No matter how bad the things that happen in life, there will always be something good to thank the creator.
Our goal on Earth, with all its trials is to grow in character in the likeness of Christ. Pain is essential because God uses it so we can mature and grow.
God allows us to feel a significant amount of discontent, we are not completely happy here because we are not supposed to be created to be, it says that the Earth is not our home, we were designed to live in a much better place, in Heaven.


He talks about how good it is to stumble, but it is important to get up and never forget faith in Christ, because if you focus your life on it, everything will settle in your respective place.
It is common for people to focus on their problems, their pain. When in reality what they should be doing is concentrating on their purposes and God, which is also the easiest way to get rid of the pain.
Warren presents the challenges that every Christian must work to earn eternal life and please the Lord. The book is full of biblical interpretations
This book is a spiritual journey. It causes us to enter into consciousness of who we are, because we are in this place and where we go after leaving this body.
It is not a simple book to read, it is mainly directed to people who like the genre of Christian or spiritual literature; Who seek meaningful messages in reading and want a richer spiritual life.
Criticism has considered that Warren has very good approaches that help people to reflect on his life and the truly important, however, also has verses with very subjective interpretations and often taken out of context.
Frequently, the verses of the Bible that Warren quotes, have no bearing on the argument and abuses the phrase “God says” that can be interpreted as if the author himself were put in the role of a messenger designated by God.