Broken by Sin Paperback
Put Together Again by the Cross of Christ
by Reverend Ronald Davis;
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Broken by Sin
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This book is about how we need a savior. The penalty for sin is death, but Christ takes our sins and saves our souls when we accept him. This book deals with the issues of life without Christ-how we live in a sinful world, cursed by God, until you accept his son Jesus. Did you ever wonder why your life is so messed up, even though you might be a good person? In this book I explain why: it's because if you're not born again-saved by the cross of Christ and the blood of Christ-you're living in a world that God cursed. On the cross Jesus redeemed us from the curse of the law so that we could be blessed by God again, reconciled back to God, and put in good right standing with him again. Jesus did all this on the cross for us. In the book I explain what happened to man because of sin in the Scriptures, and what happens to us when we accept Jesus. God loves us and made a way to get out of sin, be blessed again, and escape hell. Jesus did all of that for us. I explain it in the Word of God in this book and break it down so that you can understand salvation. If you die and never accept Jesus in your life, Revelation 20:15-20 says you will go to hell. That's the gospel truth. It doesn't cost us anything to be saved-just a prayer and inviting Jesus into your heart and life. It cost him everything, but he did it because he loved us.
Broken by Sin by Reverend Ronald Davis was published by WestBow Press in January 2014. The ISBN for Broken by Sin is 9781490821917.
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Details for Broken by Sin
|Author / Artist||Reverend Ronald Davis|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||WestBow Press (January 2014)|
|Number of Pages||86|
|Page last updated||3rd June 2017|