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One Way Love: Inexhaustible Grace for an Exhausted World Paperback – October 1, 2013
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Understanding grace is a lifelong experience and I am still in process. God is not limited by my finite understanding of time because He has created eternity to keep the process going. Grace truly is awesome!
Thank you to Tullian Tchividjian for writing this book. I highly recommend it for the journey.
This opens ones eyes to the true meaning and the true extent of Gods love. You WILL experience and feel and realize like never before the overwhelming joy as you read through each page. You can once and for all time, actually believe and receive the depths of a God who is filled with nothing but love and is cheering you on and is there every moment of every ounce of all that you are and all that you exprience and how He is not willing nor will He ever let you go. It will open your eyes to a deeper understanding of the fact that once you have sincerely recieve His amazing gift of Grace, you will never be the same and He will continue to draw you to Himself even through your failures.You will be free from your guilt of never measuing up and free from the struggle of trying to earn or deserve His Grace His Love and His mercy. Because He has once and for all settled the debt for you.Grace cannot be earned it can not be bought it is not a daily struggle to ensure you dont lose it ...It is FREE ! and is purely and simply a gift of undeniable, undeserving, yet Perfect and sincere love for us from an absolutely Amazing God! .EVERYONE should read this book ! And I pray that you will.
Tullian has gotten his share of press lately in the sanctification debates. I really appreciated his own humility and repentance in how he responded to blowing it a few times in the public debate. It affirms the message of his book.
The book is one anyone can read and understand. It's one worth re-reading at times - I've highlighted sections that I need to read again and again. The book magnifies Christ and I think it will help a lot of Christians (especially in the US) move beyond the performance-ism that he writes about.
Tullian pulls it off again. Straight grace at 200 proof, it burns all the way down and warms the heart. He is a man who gets grace and understands why it needs to be preached. I recommend this book for everyone, I think pastors could do real well reading it to. I know, because I am one. And honestly, this was a reminder of the gospel that I needed at this point. We never grow out of the need for grace. Perhaps it is pastors that need it more than anyone.
The whole book was full of great nuggets of gospel as Tullian would explain a passage of scripture weaving it in to the tapestry of his own life, and then how it applies across the board to everyone else, including you. The book is especially insightful as to the workings and the limitations of the law. The law doesn't inspire you to work harder, finally it makes you just give up. This is especially helpful. I'm often baffled at why pastors don't preach grace more, don't preach Christ crucified more. It is their job, their commission. But then pastors get gun shy at times, because as Tullian so well says, "If you want to make people mad, preach law. If you want to make them furious preach gospel." Preaching gospel, preaching grace infuriates people, it infuriates pastors too. They are afraid people will actually take you seriously and quit trying to lead a virtuous life. Tullian addresses that, the paradox of the gospel. It actually makes a person alive. Yes, when they first hear it they are often left with a sigh of relief. They may not actually do a whole lot, but just bask in the light of the gospel. But often it is only when the pressure to perform is off that people actually start performing to the best of their ability, like Sarah Hughes winning the Gold Medal in 2002 when she thought there was no way of winning it and decided to just go skate for fun. No, the gospel doesn't make a person lazy. The gospel gives the person life, raises them from the dead. It's a good reminder, a great little explication of the distinction between Law and Gospel and the reason for both. Give me more!
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