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How Good Is Good Enough?: Since Nobody's Perfect . . . (LifeChange Books) Kindle Edition
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Bottom line, this is the perfect little book for someone who needs a short, well written, common sense approach to a touchy subject. The author is straight forward, candid, and shares his thoughts with a sense of humor that is disarming.
This is a must have booklet.
Its primary point is that no human being is "good enough" to win God's forgiveness by personal efforts. No matter how sincere we are, no matter how much good we do for others, no matter how much time we spend in prayer and worship, we cannot even come close to God's righteousness. The only way to God is through Jesus Christ. The forgiveness we receive is a gift given; it cannot be earned.
It's understandable that most unbelievers who are searching for God try to be "good enough" to earn God's acceptance. Since they, nor we, can be "good enough" on our own efforts, many give up their search for God.
Andy Stanley makes it clear that anyone can become good enough to satisfy God standards through Jesus Christ if they are sincere in their acceptance of Christ as their atonement as the only way to become "good enough".
A book that's nice to have around when a question arises about what someone needs to do to earn salvation.