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Grace is defined as "the freely given and unmerited favor and love of God." But, as Manning points out, we have "twisted the gospel of grace into religious bondage and distorted the image of God into an eternal, small-minded bookkeeper." In reality, God offers us grace immeasurable. Brennan Manning gently encourages us to embrace that grace in the face of our greatest needs. And Manning certainly knows whereof he speaks, having taken a journey from priesthood and academic achievement through a collapse into alcoholism. Manning came face to face with his need, finally abandoning himself to grace. And he invites us now to join him in a life of grace.
Manning is without doubt one of the most eloquent writers on the subject of grace because he openly shares his own pain and struggle to help readers deal with failure and inadequacy. And he sweetly challenges them to do the same. --Patricia Klein --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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How many of us live with guilt and shame over things we’ve done in the past? We may worry that God is disappointed in us. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Susan Barton, eBook Review Gal
Brennan Manning is the best! These purchases were gifts and all have thoroughly enjoyed this far. If you or friends need to reexamine your life and get on the right track, Brennan... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Linda Strother
This book has some wonderful insights into what it means to be human and completely blessed with an abundance of God's grace. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Amanda
This book made me see the love of Christ in a deeper way. I was especially impacted by Brennan's admonition to think about the Jesus I know, not the Jesus that I have read about... Read morePublished 18 days ago by KidsandCakes
Every single page grabs me. I can't finish the book because I stop reading so often to soak in something awesome on the page!Published 19 days ago by CindyBettinger
This is a 25th anniversary issue of this Brennan Manning book. John Blase mentions in his preface to this edition that the book has already sold nearly a million copies over its... Read morePublished 19 days ago by G. Branch