The Way Paperback
Living the Beatitudes Today
by Carl Beech;
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
Including real stories of people who lived out the Beatittudes, this look at being used by God is a rousing call to practical faith.
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- Want to get to grips with the Beatitudes?
- Carl Beech uses his accessible style to communicate how the sermon affects every part of life
- Discover how you can grow into a deeper, richer faith with this insightful new study
If you want to get to the heart of what it means to follow Jesus, the Beatitudes are a good place to start. Carl Beech uses his honest and accessible style to explore Matthew 5.
He considers how we can have good biblical knowledge, but sometimes lack in matters of the heart, character and spiritual disciplines. The Beatitudes - to be merciful, meek, humble, pure, a peacemaker and so on - are so upside down, so counter cultural, yet so necessary if we are to truly follow Christ today. This book is full of real-life stories of people who are living according to the Beatitudes in one way or another.
Be inspired to open yourself up to be used by God. Be encouraged with the promise of God's blessing. And be challenged to live your life completely for Jesus. The way is narrow, but it leads to life.
The Way by Carl Beech was published by CWR in July 2017 and is our 4387th best seller. The ISBN for The Way is 9781782597339.
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'Real stories about the ups and downs of trying to walk in Jesus' footsteps throughout daily life' - Graham Kendrick
Details for The Way
|Author / Artist||Carl Beech|
|Publisher||CWR (July 2017)|
|Number of Pages||156|
|Page last updated||18th October 2017|