A Better Story

by Williams, Brandon;

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A Better Story

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In Romans 8:1, the apostle Paul made the remarkable statement that “there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.” Unfortunately, many Christians have never learned how to live in this reality and have not experienced Jesus’s promise that the truth will set you free. This book is for anyone who has struggled with the debilitating effects of condemnation. For the Christian, condemnation stems from not knowing who we are in Christ. Each one of us has our own past experiences with people and events that have shaped how we see ourselves, others, and the world around us. As we begin to see ourselves through this lens of experience, we begin to accept the lie that these experiences define who we are. It is only by discovering the truth of who we are in Christ and living out of this truth that we find freedom. God wants to write a better story with your life than the one much of your experience tells you is possible. This book will walk you through a step-by-step process that will help you discover that story. If you apply the principles taught in this book, you too will be able to experience the freedom that Jesus promised.


A Better Story was published by Westbow Press in June 2017. The ISBN for A Better Story is 9781512779554.

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Details for A Better Story

PublisherWestbow Press (June 2017)
Thickness11 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
Product Code4532209
Page last updated 21st March 2018
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