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The Gospel in Ten Words By PaulEllis,

  • Title: The Gospel in Ten Words
  • Author: PaulEllis
  • ISBN: 9781927230008
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Paperback
  • The good news may be the best news you never heard The good news declares there is nothing you can do to make God forgive you, accept you, or favor you because all the blessings of heaven are freely yours in Christ Jesus They are lavished upon you according to the riches of his grace At a time when many are hearing mixed messages about the love of God, The Gospel in TenThe good news may be the best news you never heard The good news declares there is nothing you can do to make God forgive you, accept you, or favor you because all the blessings of heaven are freely yours in Christ Jesus They are lavished upon you according to the riches of his grace At a time when many are hearing mixed messages about the love of God, The Gospel in Ten Words is a welcome reminder of the good news revealed by Jesus It is an invitation to return to the unmixed and liberating gospel of the apostles This book will take you to the heavenly treasure rooms of grace and leave you awestruck at the stunning goodness of God You will discover the secret to walking in divine favor and experiencing freedom in every aspect of your life You will learn who you really are and why you were born Best of all, you will come face to face with the One who has called you to the thrilling adventure of living loved.
    The Gospel in Ten Words The good news may be the best news you never heard The good news declares there is nothing you can do to make God forgive you accept you or favor you because all the blessings of heaven are freely y

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    1. What if the Gospel you heard in churches was a counterfeit Gospel When If God loved you apart from your good deeds What if the Gospel declares that it is not about your performance but the life of Christ What if I told you that God can never be disappointed by you cause He knows everything about you and loves you the same These and other controversial questions are answered in this poignant book about the Grace of God I recall reading some blogs on Paul Ellis a couple of years ago Not only has h [...]

    2. If only every person in the world would read this book so that they may hear the true good news of the gospel There is so much religion and false teachings around which dilute or poison God s good news A book for the hungry heart, thirsty soul and desperate seeker as well as the burdened down Christian who has been carrying a heavy load that God never intended when He sent Jesus to die Well written, beautifully expressed and piercing straight to the heart.

    3. Very enjoyable read Paul, in simple, childlike fashion, shares the good news of Christ s finished work on the cross by explaining ten words and how those words encapsulate the Gospel Many people, even believers sadly spend their whole life not really tasting how good the Gospel really is Paul does a great job of fixing that.

    4. This is such a simple, easy to understand, uncovering of the truth Paul Ellis has a powerful way with words and has forever changed the way I see the life I have in Christ Why haven t we heard this our whole lives

    5. Very good Easy read Pointed out what Grace is and all Christ gave us through grace Also explains the authority we have in Christ because of grace We are the righteousness of God and this book explains what all this means and shows how organized religion has missed explaining the freedom we have through the gift of grace that Christ has provided.

    6. This is an excellent book about the simple good news of Christianity We re all tempted to muddy the waters and add to what God has done, but this book reminds us that Christianity is not about what we can do It is about what God has done.

    7. This book is truly wonderful My only gripe is trivial it irritates me that if the author is living in New Zealand and the book published there, why oh why is it written in American That seems to trivialise everything some how.

    8. Life givingA week written, fantastic, life giving and joyful explanation of the revelation of God s gift of grace Read and be blessed

    9. Well This started out great But for a book called The Gospel in Ten Words it used a lot of words to say the same thing over and over again

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