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The Good Fight of Faith: Following the Example of Jesus Paperback – July 1, 2008
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Using rich Biblical illustrations, sound teaching, contemporary examples, and personal experiences, Alan defines faith, points out the source of faith, and the crippling power of unbelief.
The chapter entitled "Acting in Faith" is dynamic, a profound study on the importance of stepping out in works of faith. Alan draws lessons from James and Peter in the area of faith compensation and restitution. He reflects on the life of Jesus and uses Him as the greatest example of faith a Christian can follow.
The final chapter "Moving from Faith to Faith" is practical, informative and transforming. Vincent describes three levels of faith and a progression of specific steps to move from one level to the next.
This is Solid Biblical teaching, well written and organized for practical application and assimilation, a book that will build you up, impact your life, and strengthen you. Alan's writing is anointed, informative, inspirational, and life changing.
"The Good Fight of Faith" is an important book for Pastors, church leaders and layman who are facing their own trials of faith, desirous of finding new focus and growing in their faith.
Alan does a great job of explaining what faith is, how to get faith, and how to use the faith we have. Great read, great insights.
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One of the best books that I have ever read. Totally impacted my life in the most positive way! Great!Published on June 14, 2013 by Lisa Banks
All I can say is, BRILLIANT!
A must read for everyone, especially Christians, and particularly leaders.
Good book about how God wants us to live in the eternal realm while still here on earth. We are to fight the good fight of faith. Read morePublished on August 4, 2008 by Dottie Miley