Finding Joy Paperback
A radical rediscovery of grace
by Marcus Honeysett;
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God's grace is neither earned nor deserved. We receive grace, and with it the blessings of forgiveness, peace, hope, security, rescue, reconciliation and eternal life. God's grace needs no additions, no subtractions.
Yet it's so easy, so tempting, like the Galatians in the New Testament, to slip back into a legalistic mindset. We want to build on what God has done; we want to make ourselves more attractive and acceptable.
Marcus Honeysett challenges us to live as sons and daughters of God, not as slaves. He helps us to understand the law and its place in the Old and New Testaments. He accompanies us as we go joy-spotting in Philippians.
Joy should be the hallmark of our Christian service. Understanding God's grace is the foundation to releasing that joy.
Finding Joy by Marcus Honeysett was published by Intervarsity Press in September 2005 and is our 25339th best seller. The ISBN for Finding Joy is 9781844740864.
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"A precise and life-transforming book that is well founded in Scripture." Peter Oyugi, Director of Students' Ministry, FOCUS-Kenya
"Engaging, stimulating, liberating and deeply refreshing." Tony Watkins, Managing Editor, CultureWatch
"All Christians need to hear Marcus' message and rediscover the great truths that lie at the heart of the gospel." Michael You, Tutor, Associate Programme, St Helen's Church, Bishopsgate, London
"I wish this book had been around when Marcus and I worked together and the words on the lips of many Christian workers were, 'I am tired'." Wanyeki Mahiaini, Co-ordinator of the Philip Project, training preachers for Africa
Details for Finding Joy
|Author / Artist||Marcus Honeysett|
|Publisher||Intervarsity Press (September 2005)|
|Number of Pages||156|
|Page last updated||12th December 2017|