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Number of Pages: 216
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2005
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"Free at last, free at last. Thank God Almighty, I'm free at last!"
Do you long for greater intimacy with Christ?
Are you tired of futile efforts to experience spiritual victory?
Do you wish for greater effectiveness in serving Christ?
The secret is not in spiritual tricks or religious acts, but in a deeper knowledge of Christ Himself. Christ's resurrection power is available to meet your need and draw you closer to Him, asserts Dr. Tony Evans. If your heart longs to know Him and serve Him, you can experience a deeper relationship with Him.
Satan loves to coil himself around the minds of Christians, keeping us spiritually off balance and defeated by confusing our identity. But Satan has no authority over us. Christ can live His life through us.
Are you tired of your attempts at self-sufficiency? Are you tired of being in bondage to your sin? Learn how Christ has set you free.
Angel I. Rib5 Stars Out Of 5August 17, 2009Angel I. RibThis is one of the most practical books written regarding how to live a practical, genuine and victorious life in Christ. This book should be required reading and training for all believers in our churches. It outlines the practicality of grace once we realize where our true identity lies and we refuse to listen to the lies of the accuser and the flesh.
Jacob S.5 Stars Out Of 5February 8, 2008Jacob S.This book was required to be read for one of our groups in my church. This book really helped me understand, that Satan makes his thoughts to become ours. I think my favorite chapter was "Beauty of Brokeness." It helped me see that God wants us to become broken before Him, so He can use us to help others. In Christ's Name,Jacob S.
Dr. Robert W. Kellemen5 Stars Out Of 5June 7, 2005Dr. Robert W. KellemenIn "Free at Last," pastor and theologian Tony Evans explains who Christians truly are in Christ. His essential point clarifies that the "old man" of Romans 6 is truly dead and that the believer is not two people (an "old man" and a "new man") simultaneously. Evans further explains that the believer's battle against sin is not a battle between two equally powerful forces, or persons, or personalities. Rather, it is a battle between the one new person in Christ and the remnants of the old ways (the "flesh") learned prior to salvation. It's still a battle--but one eminently winnable through Christ who declares us "more than conquerors." As the subtitle suggests, "Experiencing True Freedom through Your Identity in Christ," Evans uses biblical passages and current illustrations to reveal the new you--the true you in Christ. The message is encouraging, empowering, practical and thoroughly biblical. Reviewer: Dr Robert W. Kellemen is the author of "Soul Physicians," "Spiritual Friends," and the forthcoming, "Sacred Companions: A History of Soul Care and Spiritual Direction."