message ungraciously, they won’t benefit and our audience may not listen. Author John Crotts shows us that God cares about how we say things and what we say.
So many times we hear that we should treat others as we would want to be treated, this applies to sharing our Christians views and when we share God's word.
This book is full of great instruction and some good It includes a Biblical look at graciousness, with a look at positive examples and commands from not only the Bible but some good hypothetical examples that you may find yourself situated. The author also gives methods for cultivating graciousness in various areas of the Christian life.
The methods taught in this book can be used at any time we have conversations with others, it is full of good wisdom.
The author was easy to follow, full of scripture and the book didn't take long to read.
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