Grace and faith are often seen as opposing forces. Many who emphasize God's grace believe once we are saved, His blessings (peace, prosperity, healing) are then distributed as He wills. Those who emphasize faith believe what we receive from God is up to us, in our willingness to study the Word, pray and fast, and pay your tithe all determine God's blessing in your life. However, both are necessary aspects to the Christian life. In Living in the Balance of Grace and Faith Andrew Wommack shows you how to bring these two views into balance, so you can receive all that God has for you.
Popular Bible teacher and host of the Gospel Truth broadcast, Andrew Wommack takes on one of the biggest controversies of the church, the freedom of God's grace verses the faith of the believer. Wommack reveals that God's power is not released from only grace or only faith. God's blessings come through a balance of both grace and faith. Addressing many of the misconceptions believers are taught in the Church today, this book opens up the Scriptures revealing the vital connection between grace and faith. Many believers think they walk in both grace and faith when actually they are misusing one or both of these principles. Wommack addresses: * Some believers willingly sin believing Godís grace will cover them, while the blessing of grace is not to sin, but to release guilt and condemnation when they make a mistake.
* Other believers think they must "work" their faith by ritualistic prayer, confession, or Bible study. Although all these things are good, Jesus Christ set believers free from works of the law. God wants a relationship where He can communicate directly to each believer.
* Grace and faith work together. When believers receive the unmerited favor or grace of God, they can release their faith without doubt or reservation and receive God's blessings. Andrew Wommack in his logical, practical style brings believers back on track in their Christian walk through living in the balance of grace and faith.
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