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I didn’t understand hyper-grace until Eddie Snipes offered this explanation: “When this message of God’s grace is preached, people blaspheme God’s promise by saying that if we live by grace alone, we are in sin. This has been labeled as hyper-grace.”
The Revelation of Grace explains the truth of God’s grace in terms that are reader friendly (not too technical theologically). The book explains what grace is, how it is given, and why it is complete and sufficient to take care of sin in our lives. The author emphasizes the need to keep our eyes on Christ, rather than our current sins or failures because where we focus our attention determines what we will become.
This clear explanation of grace is worth a read because while it’s simple enough for a beginner, it’s also thought provoking for older Christians because the church has typically done a poor job of teaching grace. Instead, it tends to teach a bunch of rules to live by and a cycle of sin-repentance-law keeping becomes the norm.
This review (with additional book quotes) first appeared on my blog, ChristyBower.com.