Soul Set Free: Why Grace is More Liberating Than You Believe
: Just because you know and have experienced grace does not mean you fully understand it. This book will help you experience the freedom found in knowing just how fully God is committed to loving YOU. ...
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Just because you know and have experienced grace does not mean you fully understand it.
This book will help you experience the freedom found in knowing just how fully God is committed to loving YOU.
FOREWORD BY LOUIE GIGLIO
Rediscover the missing piece in what today's Christians believe about the Christian life. As lead Pastor of one of America's biggest churches, John Lindell went on a personal quest for answers and discovered the true meaning behind God's grace, and when he came to see the full revelation of God's commitment to us, it changed his life forever.
In Soul Set Free, Lindell invites you on a life-changing journey through the Book of Romans. Learn to no longer view the gospel as anything less than a truth that sets your soul free.
The good news of the gospel can be summed up in three parts: Christ died for our sins, we are forgiven through faith in Christ, and heaven is our reward upon death. However, none of these parts cover what transpired when we were saved.
The gospel is even better than what we believe. It brings joy but it's even better. It's forgiveness of sins but it's even better. It's God sending His only Son but it's even better.
Pastor John Lindell is devoted to seeing the local church thrive and standing boldly for the cause of Christ. His heart for God and people is evident and exampled in his leadership at James River Church in Springfield, Missouri. From week to week, he speaks life-giving messages that are changing the landscape of ministry and church by challenging generations to rise up and live life fully in Christ.
Peace With God
Therefore, since we have been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ.
Too many Christians live in fear. They live an unsettled spiritual existence plagued with the nagging sense that they might not actually be saved. Every time an altar call is given or a gospel appeal is made, deep down they feel they might need to pray &"the prayer&" all over again. After all, since the last time they &"received Jesus,&" things haven&'t gone that well. They entertained lust in their hearts or struggled with outbursts of anger. Surely their sinful missteps mean they have fallen from grace and their relationship with God has been compromised. So again and again they find themselves believing they need to be re-saved. Maybe this time it will take. Maybe this time they can really be sure. Maybe this will be the time when their salvation really begins to stick.
Isn&'t there something in the Bible somewhere about how if you get it wrong, it negates every bit of growth or goodness you&'ve experienced up until that point,