The Transforming Power of the Gospel Hardback
by Jerry Bridges; The Navigators;
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The Transforming Power of the Gospel
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Readers will consider the gospel as the true power for transformation, explore the role of the Holy Spirit in both definitive and progressive sanctification, and grow their understanding of the biblical meaning of grace and its application to their lives.
This book is a must-read for serious Christians who want to better understand how Jesus work in His life and death applies to the believer in justification and adoption.
The Transforming Power of the Gospel by Jerry Bridges; The Navigators was published by NavPress in January 2012 and is our 40061st best seller. The ISBN for The Transforming Power of the Gospel is 9781617479229.
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Transforming Power of the GospelJohnny Douglas, via The Good Book Stall
Revisiting what we believe and why is vital to nurturing other streams of living water from which our soul can flourish. Jerry Bridges is a wise sage and companion guide in this gospel tour-de-force! This doesn't necessarily offer anything new in content but is always needful knowing!
Bridges is content to explore the gospel and its manifold implications by walking around it slowly, as it were, like one would a priceless, multi-faceted diamond on display in a museum, then simply describing it in everyday language. Sin, sanctification and the Saviour are all treated thoroughly for our encouragement and health in God. Great for refreshment or for those who are new to the faith....Beautiful, wise and stretching!
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Details for The Transforming Power of the Gospel
|Author / Artist||Jerry Bridges; The Navigators|
|Publisher||NavPress (January 2012)|
|Number of Pages||192|
|Page last updated||12th October 2017|