In this study from Luke, Pastor Phillips show us themeaning and significance of the miracles of Jesus -notonly as proofs of Jesus' person, but as content richindicators of his work for sinners -and applies theirlessons to contemporary life.
Calming the storm. Healing the sick. Raising the dead. These are just a few of the wondrous works of Jesus Christ. Yet these miracles are only a small glimpse into his most wondrous miracle of allredeeming his children. Examining thirteen miracles of Jesus in the gospel of Luke, Richard Phillips traces their underlying significance straight to the cross. In this exciting study, Phillips expounds the true meaning and intention of these miracles and shows how each one reveals Gods mighty saving grace.
Richard D. Phillips (MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary) is the senior minister of Second Presbyterian Church of Greenville, South Carolina. He is a council member of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, chairman of the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology, and coeditor of the Reformed Expository Commentary series.
One of the best studies of the miracles of Jesus that I have seen. Richard Phillips opens up the meaning and significance of the miracles of Jesus with penetrating insight. With great skill, he also applies their lessons to contemporary life. One is left with an overwhelming sense of the greatness and sufficiency of God's grace.
I started reading Mighty to Save with a mind focused on learning about Jesus' miraclesand finished it with a heart overflowing with worship. A spectacular view of our Lord and Savior displayed through the lens of his miracles.
In this accessible study, Pastor Phillips shows us the significance of these divine actsnot only as proofs of Jesus' person, but as content-rich indicators of his work for sinners.
Biblically well-versed, theologically alert, Christ-centered, and 'pastoral.
You will be moved when you read this book to praise God for the miraculous work of Jesus Christ, the mighty Savior.
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