Cure: The Prescription For Life
* Throughout human history, mankind's greatest struggle has been our willingness to admit our need for God. (Psalm 14:1) *Our failure to recognize our need for God has led to a deep spiritual sickness. (Psalm 14:2-3) * Until we accept...
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* Throughout human history, mankind's greatest struggle has been our willingness to admit our need for God. (Psalm 14:1) *Our failure to recognize our need for God has led to a deep spiritual sickness. (Psalm 14:2-3) * Until we accept that we have this disease, we won?t recognize our need to find ?The Cure.? (Matthew 5:3) In the section of Scripture known as ?The Beatitudes?, Jesus lays out principles that work much like a doctor diagnosing cancer. By demonstrating the vast difference between the heart of God and the heart of man, He reveals both the depth of our spiritual sickness, as well as the folly of trying to live without God. Like a person who is sick with cancer, it is not until you receive your diagnosis, and accept the fact you have a terminal disease, that you become willing to take the steps necessary to find ?The Cure? for your condition. This book explores an important spiritual truth: Once we accept the reality of God's diagnosis, the only hope of getting better is ?The Cure? that Jesus offers!
A former missionary to Guatemala, Steve Byrens is also the founding Pastor of City on a Hill Community Church, a multi-campus church based in Olivet, Michigan. After experiencing the life-changing power of the Gospel message in his own life, Steve has developed a passion for teaching God's Word in a way that connects with people who struggle to accept God's love and grace. Married for 22 years to his wife Sonia, together they have raised three children: Daphne, Nathan and Ana. Steve's education includes a Master of Arts in Religion Degree (summa cum laude) from Liberty University.