Pursuing Justice Paperback
by Ken Wytsma;
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If God designed us to experience true happiness and abundant life, why do so many Christians feel dissatisfied and purposeless? We try to make our lives better by chasing our own dreams, but that only makes the problem worse. Instead, the path to a just life that?s satisfying and permeated with meaning leads us alongside the orphan, the widow and the powerless.
Using clear evangelical theology and compelling narratives drawn from two decades of global ministry and travel, Ken Wytsma, the founder of The Justice Conference, shows God?s unchanging love for all His children. On the way, the author calls us back to a proper understanding of biblical justice, a redeeming glimpse into the true meaning of righteousness and the remarkable connection between our own joy, the joy of others and the wondrous Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Pursuing Justice shows that God isn?t primarily concerned with personal piety but about empowering His children to do justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with their creator. The message is as hopeful as it is fresh: when you discover anew the meaning of the Gospel and give your life away, you will find it? and it will be the best life you can imagine.
Pursuing Justice by Ken Wytsma was published by Thomas Nelson in February 2013 and is our 4659th best seller. The ISBN for Pursuing Justice is 9780785238300.
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|Page last updated||12th September 2016|
|Author / Artist||Ken Wytsma|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (February 2013)|
|Number of Pages||352|