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"I love this book and can't wait to share it! The Apostle Paul says that the gospel is a power for salvation. In this book, Wendy Alsup shows how this power goes to work to save us from discontent due to unfulfilled desires, defensiveness when confronted with offense, defining ourselves by anything other than our connectedness to Christ, and disillusionment with our less-than-perfect lives."
Nancy Guthrie, author of Hearing Jesus Speak into Your Sorrow and the Seeing Jesus in the Old Testament series.
About the Author
Wendy Alsup is a mom and college math teacher. She is the author of Practical Theology for Women: How Knowing God Makes a Difference in Our Daily Lives and By His Wounds You are Healed: How the Message of Ephesians Transforms a Woman's Identity.
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Suffice it to say, I enjoyed the book. It gave me lots to think about. I have pondered how my identity as a Christian woman is in Christ, and I am first and foremost an image bearer of God.
Simply, this book was a great blessing to me. I will return to it, hopefully in a study group next time!
We are reminded that we are children of God who are both passively connected to God and actively encouraged to seek His presence. God does the work, however, it takes great effort to seek and be mindful of his character.