Loving Mercy Paperback
How to Serve a Tender-Hearted Saviour
by Simon Ponsonby;
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"A great book ... challenging and inspiring" - Michael Ramsden, RZIM Zacharias Trust.
"Masterful ... combines a profound knowledge of Scripture, brilliant theology, and deep insight into the human condition" - Dr Lucy Peppiatt, church planter.
"Ponsonby has done it agian! ... You miss this book at your peril". - Patrick McDonald, Executive Director Viva.
The New Wine speaker, Simon Ponsonby, has worked tirelessly to equip church planters with sound theology and big hearts for the gospel. In his book, 'Loving Mercy', he wishes to impart his knowledge of the leper lover, Jesus.
Jesus spent his time with the poor, the lepers, and those marginalised in his society. So must we. Simon urges Justice to be our number one goal. This is a passionate, luminous book, filled with interesting and revealing stories and cogent argument.
Simon Ponsonby is an international author, speaker, and theologian based at St Aldate's Oxford, where he heads up the School of Theolgoy. He is the author of numerous books, including his most recent popular title, 'Now to Him'.
Foreword by Simon Guillebaud
Loving Mercy by Simon Ponsonby was published by Lion Hudson in July 2012 and is our 5562nd best seller. The ISBN for Loving Mercy is 9780857212511.
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Details for Loving Mercy
|Author / Artist||Simon Ponsonby|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (July 2012)|
|Number of Pages||192|
|Page last updated||19th November 2016|