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Beyond the Cross: Embracing God's grace for broken believers

by Rich Beeler

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We all think we understand grace. It is God's amazing forgiveness lavished on wicked, unworthy sinners who come to His cross for salvation. But what happens when the wicked, unworthy sinner is already a Christian? Is the same amazing grace available to believers who have experienced gross moral failure as is to unredeemed sinners? Does God really extend grace to restore broken Christians to their place in His kingdom? Beyond the Cross is the story of two such believers and their journeys from darkness back into God's marvelous light. Their stories are living examples that God's grace flows powerfully for all who would seek it—from both sides of the cross.
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