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Nevertheless I Live - Living Freely in a Bound World (Living freely in a…

by Steven B. Curington

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Do you attend church faithfully, serve as a volunteer in your church, read the Bible and pray every day and still feel empty, alone in your Christian walk and absent of the joy that is promised to God's people in His word? Has this frustration led you to feed appetites that you know are wrong but you struggle to overcome? If so, you are not alone. You are attempting to live freely in a bound world. Our world is a place of bondage. It has been this way since the fall of man in the Garden of Eden. Not only are most people in the world enslaved by sin and addictive sinful natures, but many of God's people are struggling with stubborn habits and addictions, as well. However, there is hope - a hope that is being hidden from believers in Christ. It is called the abundant Christian Life and it is available for all of God's people who will know their God! Steve Curington, the founder and president of Reformers unanimous, International, says "Yes it is true! The abundant Christian Life is the Christian experience. But unfortunately, the experience of many Christians is the redundant Christian life." As a result of Calvary's cross and the empty tomb, the freedom we lost in the garden is available to us again. Though Christians cling to the cross, we often reject the benefits of the resurrections. These benefits are found in "knowing Him and the power of His resurrection." Let this textbook, Nevertheless I Live! (Living Freely in a Bound World), excite you as you learn the value of each and every circumstance that God intends to wound your outer man so that your inner man may develop and draw others to our Saviour. This immensely popular book, written by Bro. Curington, is a primary resource for educating you, your students, and your workers on the RU methods for Living Freely in a Bound World. It is also the textbook for the Reformers Unanimous Addictions Program.

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