Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Extraordinary Grace

From the Publisher: Do you feel like a broken branch on God's famly tree? Do you feel like God chooses the super spiritual and the "perfect" but you're on the outside looking in?
Are you afraid he won't accept you because you're not perfect?
God is not looking for perfect people. He's looking for those who need his extraordinary grace.In this encouraging book, Dr. Gary Chapman and Chris Fabry explore the lives of people who abandoned themselves to the love and mercy of God.
God is ready to forgive, restore, and give an abundant life.  He wants to showcase His mercy and love through you.
If you long to connect with God at a heart level, if you're struggling to understand your brokenness and how past and present mistakes can be forgiven, this book will encourage you. When you hear this good news and truly experience it in the heart, you'll discover the path to spreading God's grace to others.
Discover the hidden treasure of God's extraordinary grace!

To me, grace is such an important issue in the Christian life.   Without grace we are nothing.  Without grace we are lost.  Gary Chapman and Chris Fabry have written an excellent book on grace.   As they put it:  GRACE = God's Riches At Christ's Expense.  I love the way they take you through the Bible, showing you instances of grace and showing us how it applies to us, today.
There is also a study in the back of the book, which one can do on their own or as a group study.   The book is easy to read, great for a new believer, a non believer, basically everyone.   It has an attractive cover, the pages are beautifully printed, so it would make a lovely gift. (Maybe even a Christmas gift).  This will certainly be a book that remains in my library and loaned out over and over again.
I received this book free from the MP News Room . I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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