The Cross Is Sufficient: Understanding God's Grace in Your Life  -     By: Curtis Simoneaux-Sears
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The Cross Is Sufficient: Understanding God's Grace in Your Life

PublishAmerica / 2007 / Paperback

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 204
Vendor: PublishAmerica
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 5.98 X 9.02 X 0.47 (inches)
ISBN: 1604417102
ISBN-13: 9781604417104

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In The Cross Is Sufficient, Mr. Sears points out that some Christian churches have strayed away from the fundamental doctrine of Jesus Christ. Jesus taught a simple message of forgiveness and mercy, whereas religion teaches a message of self-righteousness, prosperity and merit. Mr. Sears shares his personal God-given revelations, thoughts, experiences, failures and victories with his readers. Mr. Sears denounces religion as the way to God. In The Cross Is Sufficient, Mr. Sears makes a distinction between the person that has a personal relationship with Jesus and the religious person that is in love with church tradition and doctrine. He tackles the issues of predestination, baptism, works, tithing and much, much more. Some twenty-first-century preachers are preaching the here and now doctrine, rather than the good news doctrine. The agood news gospela has been replaced by some preachers into athe get rich or die trying gospel.a

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