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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 096608456X, Paperback)

In this study of the concept of gracetrue, biblical, God-given and God-honoring graceJohn explores three aspects of grace. The first is that grace is an attitude in the heart of God that shows undeserved favor to sinners. Second, grace is a spiritual power that flows from God into a sinner and effects genuine change in that sinner. And, thirdly, grace is the response, in terms of gratitude, worship and service, that flows from those who receive grace.

It is the authors prayer that this book may be used such that many of Gods sheep will have their souls fed and will drink deeply from the sweet and refreshing water that flows from the New Covenant in Christ.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:17:58 -0400)

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