Grace or the Unmerited Favor of God toward us is covered in this book very well. I hope that many Christians will read this book and gain an understanding that God is not mad at them anymore. All of God's anger was exhausted when he laid upon Jesus the sins of the world. Therefore, because of Jesus' finished work on the cross, whoever believes in Him and accepts Him as both Lord and Savior is saved and already sanctified. I like Clark Whitten's approach in this book as he alludes to a new reformation that will go further than the first Reformation that took place in the 1500's under Martin Luther and John Calvin.
Getting a Grasp on the True Meaning of God's Grace
March 31, 2012
richard r blake
Age: Over 65
Pastor Clark Whitten introduces the reader to a new freedom, joy, hope, and passion in his book "Pure Grace: The Life Changing Power of Uncontaminated Grace."
Whitten challenges the reader to honestly consider their perception of God's grace and the life changing power that comes with understanding the fullness of the scriptural revelation of salvation and sanctification.
Whitten reveals how the message of grace from Biblical teaching includes: The truth of the finished work of Christ on the cross, it is Christ who empowers us to live the Christian life, and the thrust of our testimony should be the world changing "Good News" of the gospel.
In uncomplicated terms, Whitten articulates a clear presentation of Christians and the "Law," Jesus as High Priest, the New Covenant, and the place of confession, repentance, and conviction.
"Pure Grace: The Life Changing Power of Uncontaminated Grace" is a book for every believer who is looking for a personal sense of spiritual revival, a renewal in their spiritual life, and a desire to re-capture the simplicity of that "first love" experience of devotion to the Savior. An eye and heart opening reading experience which translates to new joy, hope, and freedom for fullness in Christ.
A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own. As reviewed for Midwest Book Review.