Jonathan Brink has given us a gift, a Gospel gift. In this well written and honest book he walks us back into the story of God and what we discover is both revolutionary and at the same time obvious.
And then I read Discovering the God Imagination, by Jonathan Brink and it changed everything.
God declared that we were created very good and, we allowed our use of the knowledge of good and evil to convince us that we are not as God sees us.
We need to understand that God always loves us, that God always sees the good in us - the good that he created - in His own image.
This book is a life changer. Jonathan Brink has written a book every Christian should read.Published 2 months ago by iggy of Word of Mouth Ministries
I agree with Jonathan Brink that there are flaws in how we view God.
That God created us but shortly after allowed us to be tricked by Satan and became evil at the core. Read more
This review first appeared on my blog, Jacob's Café.
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