Is Christ the center of your life? Is He really your source, your motive, your goal, and your hope? Is it possible that your Christianity may, in fact, exclude Christ? â€œThere really is no place for Christ in many people’s Christianity. Their faith is not actually in Christ; it is in Christianity and their own ability to live it out.â€ Paul David Tripp expertly traverses the deepest recesses of the human heart and compassionately invites fellow Christian travelers to journey with him into God’s bigger kingdom. The author promises readers that they will be encouraged, excited, and motivated by hope as they learn how to set aside their â€œlittle kingdomâ€ attachments which can expertly masquerade within the church as Christian activism, legalism, emotionalism, formalism, creedalism, and externalism; in favor of God’s expansive and soul-freeing eternal quest. Tripp demonstrates through sound biblical principles how humanity is made by God to transcend far beyond the mere physical realm and is likewise created to be â€œglory junkiesâ€â€”those whose visionary lives are governed by God’s grand purposes rather than existing only within their narrow self-interested confines. Writes the author, â€œIt is a fundamental denial of your humanity to narrow the size of your life to the size of your own existence, because you were created to be an â€˜above and more’ being. You were made to be transcendent.â€ Tripp then shows Christians how to â€œtranscendâ€ through daily, moment-by-moment, practical methodology that transforms individuals into the image of Christ.It is within this purpose-drive framework, this quest for more, that Paul Tripp compels believers to see beyond the worldly description of personal achievement, success, and materialism, in order to break free from this ungodly fulfillment that is too easily satisfied with a mediocre walk with Christ. Instead, the author invites committed sojourners to a life characterized by an unyielding passion that pursues God simply for the pleasure of His glorious company and in the process, affects eternal change in a hurting, hopeless world.