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We can sometimes fall into the trap of treating the gospel merely as a legal means of gaining forgiveness--like a marriage which exists only to pay the mortgage.
Lost in Wonder calls us back to the joy of our salvation and the sweetness of our first love for Christ. It is an energetic, biblical introduction to God's great marriage--a glimpse into the beauty of our current and eternal union with Christ. Peter Mead takes the gospel and marriage hand in hand so that both are left shining with a brightness which increases in brilliance each time we look at them.
Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Christian Focus
|Publication Date: 2017|
Foundations: Four Big Questions We Should Be Asking But Typically Don'tPeter MeadChristian Focus / 2015 / Trade Paperback$5.99 Retail:
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Often the gospel can become only a legal means of forgiveness - like a marriage which exists only to pay the mortgage.
Lost in Wonder is a call back to the joy of our salvation and our first love for Christ. It explores our current and eternal union with Christ using the Biblical analogy of marriage - and shows the profound beauty in both.
There is a place in our heart for God, that absolutely nothing else can satisfy. Read this book with an open heart and let your hunger for His grace and presence grow.
That the powerful king of the universe is a God of passionate love makes for glorious biblical theology. That he would relentlessly pursue a sinner like me in such love is simply mind-blowing.
There are many Bible overviews that trace God's plans through Scripture. Lost In Wonder explores God's passion, his proposal. Read this book to grasp not only the heart of the Scriptures but the heart of God.
This new book by Peter Mead, Lost in Wonder: A Biblical Introduction to God's Great Marriage, invites us all to rethink our perception of God with fresh categories. The truths explained here have certainly changed me, and I will never go back to the legalistic religion I used to lug around.
If ever a book earned its title, this one did, as I closed its pages "Lost in Wonder."