The Grace of Forgiveness: Bringing Clarity to Misconceptions about Grace and Forgiveness

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Both grace and forgiveness have been extensively written about in the Christian community, yet too often, both have been misunderstood and misapplied. Much confusion, fear, and spiritual bondage has resulted from believing mistruths that have been taught on these subjects.
In this book, the author has drawn on his many years of teaching, study and personal experience to address some of those misconceptions and to share many of the biblical truths of grace that set multitudes free. In his succinct and forthright manner, he opens up the Scriptures to bring clarity and understanding about what grace is and about what the forgiveness of God actually encompasses. He shows that grace is a hundred percent the work of God on our behalf and has nothing to do with our response or our behavior. Everything we have because of our “identification with Christ” is a gift we cannot earn. We can only accept. Forgiveness is one of those gifts we cannot earn and cannot lose because it does not depend on us. It is a gift eternally applied to our lives, based upon the finished work of Christ, not in any way based upon what we do or what we don’t do. The author shows us that by renewing our minds to the truths of grace and New Covenant theology, we can learn to reject the law-based teachings of many of our modern churches and learn to “walk in the freedom” of what it means to be in Christ.
This book reveals the gospel of amazing grace, the good news of love and acceptance where you will never be condemned, where the fragrance of the Father’s love keeps drawing you into deeper intimacy with Himself, and where the freedom of grace-based living is discovered and struggling to “keep the law” is abandoned.

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