Table of contents for When I don't desire God : how to fight for joy / John Piper.

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Table of Contents
1. Why I Wrote This Book
Sustaining the Sacrifice of Love
2. What Is the Difference Between Desire and Delight?
Discovering How Both and Neither Is the Goal
3. The Call to Fight for Joy in God
Taking God's Demand for Delight Seriously
4. Joy in God Is a Gift of God
Doing Ourselves What Must Be Done For Us
5. The Fight for Joy Is a Fight to See
Valuing God Through the Eyes of the Heart and the Ears of the Head
6. Fighting for Joy Like a Justified Sinner
Learning the Secret of Gutsy Guilt
7. The Worth of God's Word in the Fight for Joy
Seeing the Measure of This Mighty Weapon
8. How to Wield the Word in the Fight for Joy
Musing, Memorizing, and the Message of God
9. The Focus of Prayer in the Fight for Joy
Desiring All Else Only Because We Desire God
10. The Practice of Prayer in the Fight for Joy
Morning, Noon, and Evening Without Ceasing
11. How to Wield the World in the Fight for Joy
Using All Five Senses to See the Glory of God
12. When the Darkness Does Not Lift
Doing What We Can While We Wait for God-and Joy
Note on Resources 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

God -- Worship and love.
Desire for God.
Happiness -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Praise of God.