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Perfectly Imperfect: Character Sketches from the Old Testament

by David A. Busic

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0834130173, Paperback)

How can someone be perfectly imperfect? Isn t that a contradiction?
The Bible is filled with stories of people with all kinds of flaws and imperfections. The astounding thing is what happens when God changes their lives.

Perfectly Imperfect is about people whose true-to-life stories are found in the Old Testament. They are like us in many ways--confused, tempted, and often afraid. They are flawed, real people, but then God enters their lives and everything changes.

Through the examples of Abraham, Moses, Rahab, and many others, we learn how God works with us. We discover something about the way God transforms us from what we are into what we can be. In these sometimes tragic and broken lives, we get a glimpse of how God renews us and remakes us into people who are perfectly imperfect.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:08:15 -0400)

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