Grace the Power of the Gospel

Digging deep into the book of Romans, Andrew shows that the Gospel, or "good news," is that despite our sins and the judgment we deserve, God has provided complete redemption for us.

Grace  the Power of the Gospel

Author: Andrew Wommack

Publisher: Harrison House Publishers

ISBN: 1577949218

Page: 208

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Popular television host and minister, Andrew Wommack shows that the power of God's grace brought complete redemption, allowing readers to release guilt and condemnation and receive the freedom of a life of peace, joy, and success. Andrew Wommack, seen nationwide on his television broadcast. The Gospel Truth, brings a remarkable revelation of God's grace for readers today! Digging deep into the book of Romans, Andrew shows that the Gospel, or "good news," is that despite our sins and the judgment we deserve, God has provided complete redemption for us. Complete redemption or salvation includes provision for everything we need. Readers will learn that the power to live a holy life does not come from their works, but only through His grace. They will discover a rest in knowing that Jesus wants them to live in peace, not condemnation. Realizing the standards of God are not the standards of men, readers can "measure up" just by receiving salvation through Jesus Christ. As they release the guilt and shame of not being good enough for their church, their friends, or their job and receive God's grace, they can relax to live a life of joy and success!

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