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Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2014
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The Grace Walk Experience: Enjoying Life the Way God Intends WorkbookSteve McVeyHarvest House Publishers / 2008 / Trade Paperback$10.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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The Secret of Grace: Stop Following the Rules and Start LivingSteve McVeyHarvest House Publishers / 2014 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:
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Walking in the Will of God: Discovering the Grace and Freedom of His Plan for YouSteve McVeyHarvest House Publishers / 2009 / Trade Paperback$8.49 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Grace: More Than We Deserve, Greater Than We ImagineMax LucadoThomas Nelson / 2014 / Trade Paperback$5.00 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 66 Reviews
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How would your life change if you really believed and could even feel that God is absolutely crazy about you?
Steve McVey’s penetrating new look at the transforming power of God’s grace leads you to that change. Steve unpacks the biblical revelation of the Trinity as a loving relationship, and he highlights the goal of history: God intends to include us in that circle of love! Steve answers troubling questions that can keep you from fully sensing God’s love, acceptance, and forgiveness, such as
- Why does God look like a bad cop in the Old Testament and a good cop in the New Testament?
- At Calvary, was the Father angry at the Son? Is He ever angry with me?
- Why do I sometimes feel separated from God, abandoned, guilty, and ashamed?
Theologians have described the Trinity as perichoresisa dance. Are you ready to be swept into the Father’s embrace?
Steve McVey is the president of Grace Walk Ministries, a discipleship-training ministry based in the southeastern U.S. He has authored the bestselling Grace Walk (over 250,000 sold), The Grace Walk Devotional, Walking in the Will of God, and 52 Lies Heard in Church Every Sunday, and has also coauthored Helping Others Overcome Addictions. He and his wife reside in Georgia.
"Steve McVey has written a wonderful book for anyone who wants to delve deeper into God's grace. If you're looking for help because God seems to be both for us and against us, equally angry and loving, this book is for you. Interwoven with his own journey, Steve shows with biblical clarity how God is not split into two minds about us. Rather, a proper consideration of all of Scripture coupled with the best interpretive practices shows us that God is like Jesus Christ all the way down. Highly recommended."
Joseph Tkach, president, Grace Communion International, board member, National Association of Evangelicals
"What if you knew that God is not angry with you? What if the God who is love is beyond anger? How would this inform and reform our ideas of sin and salvation, the cross and redemption, heaven and hell? Steve McVey 'goes there.' He is both bold and careful. Bold because the Father's heart of love and saving act of grace are firmly rooted in Steve's own heart and message. And careful because nothing here is mere novelty or sentimentalismhis gospel is rooted deeply in the text of Scripture, and his research in the early church fathers. He holds high the finished work of Christ and the importance of our response to it. Biblically sound, theologically orthodoxwhat we have here is the beautiful gospel of a grace-based, Christ-centered faith that draws out our 'yes' to God's 'yes.'"
Brad Jersak, Westminster Theological Centre, author of Can You Hear Me?: Tuning In to the God Who Speaks
Edmond SanganyadoRiverside, CAAge: 25-34Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5This book teaches about the love of GodJune 26, 2014Edmond SanganyadoRiverside, CAAge: 25-34Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4In his new book Beyond an Angry God: Experience a Personal Encounter with Love and Grace, Steve McVey reveals our relationship with God is not governed, restricted or defined by vengeance or payback, rather by His unfathomable and unquenchable fiery love. The essence of the gospel is not sin management or behavior modification, but transformation of life through partaking in the divine nature of God. However, in order to participate in the very nature of God one has to have the correct understanding of the nature of God. For many centuries, believers clung to the paradigm of an angry God who is ready to punish people for their sins. Enshrined in the belief system of many people s a God who is a Divine Cosmic Bully, wearing a T-shirt written, If you love me, I will love you and if you don't I will kill you.
In this iconic, masterfully written, well researched and thought provoking book, Steve McVey, the author of the bestselling book Grace Walk which has been translated to more than 12 languages, introduces us to a new paradigm that shatters the blinkers of passivity, moralism and intellectualism. Rather he removes the dust from the divine plaque- God is love. Through catastrophes, epidemics, personal disasters, Biblical misinterpretation and pure deception, at times, God's wrath has been used as the motivation for successful Christian walk. An improper look at the Cross fueled the perception that God is angry. Borrowing from ancient church history and quoting extensively recent Christian teachers, Steve MCVey addressed the question of sin, the death of Christ on the Cross and the controversial subject of hell.
I will not be surprised if this book becomes a New York Times Bestseller. It addresses the current hot and volatile topic of a Christian worldview, presenting a God who is happy and not out to get anyone. There are some instances that Steve McVey made statements whose scriptural soundness is questionable, for example, in Chapter 4 from page 79, he asserts correctly that the purpose of justice is restoration and reconciliation and denies the role of judgement and equity. Despite that, I am not ashamed to state clearly that this is the best book I have read in 2014, the writer was accessible, clear, organized and not trying to convince the reader, rather persuading them to continue studying the word. Very few Christian books point to the Bible and emphasize the need for a relationship with God. This book offered just that.
If your spiritual life has hit a stagnant, you are battling with anxiety, or you angry with God because He is angry at you, this book is for you.
NB: I received this book free from the publisher,Harvest House Publishers. I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255 : "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."