Extra Virgin Grace Paperback
The Olive Tree vs. The Fig Tree
by Ryan Rufus;
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Extra Virgin Grace
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Extra Virgin Grace presents an explosive and sound theology of grace while tackling many misinterpreted scriptures and topics to re-present them correctly through the lenses of the New Covenant. You will experience supernatural joy as you discover how intense grace really is.
With anointed clarity, Extra Virgin Grace exposes the ugliness and futility of self-righteousness, the defilement of “boasting in the flesh”, and reveals the virgin beauty and superior glory of pure, unadulterated grace. It’s result? Supernatural peace and empowerment for life!
“Fresh, oh so fresh to read a book full of the revelation of God’s grace and goodness.” Will Graham, CEO Andrew Wommack Ministries-Europe.
“Master expositor and dynamic teacher Ryan Rufus invites you on a Scripture-filled journey to encounter the fullness of God’s grace.” Dr. Andrew Farley, bestselling author of “The Naked Gospel” and “God Without Religion”.
Extra Virgin Grace by Ryan Rufus was published by New Nature Publications in January 2011 and is our 24193rd best seller. The ISBN for Extra Virgin Grace is 9789881822376.
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Details for Extra Virgin Grace
|Page last updated||18th August 2016|
|Author / Artist||Ryan Rufus|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||New Nature Publications (January 2011)|
|Number of Pages||219|