Find peace, fulfillment and a new beginning in God's gift of repentance. Author's Kallestad and Cole reveal that Jesus isn't interested in beating us up for the things we've done, he's interested in rescuing us. And by opening our hearts to all that He has for us, our longings will be satisfied and our lives will be filled with His blessing.
The Key to Heaven's Door
In your possession, you have a powerful key -- a key that unlocks heaven's door and grants you instant and free access to the throne room of God. What is this key? Quite simply, it is repentance -- the kind of repentance that will change your life and cure your problems.
Regardless of where life has taken you, God stands ready to take the mistakes of your past and create for you an incredible future. In the pages of this revolutionary book you'll find out how.
The Gift of Repentance
Is there a yearning deep in your heart that nothing can satisfy -- a craving for something more?
This revolutionary book will help you explore that yearning and will powerfully demonstrate that this unsatisfied need is a part of every heart that is not yet one with God. As you receive God's gift of repentance, you will find peace, fulfillment, and a new beginning.
The process is simple to start and is clearly explained inside these pages. As you bring your broken heart to God, He will fill your life with blessings galore:
All this can be yours as you learn how to accept God's powerful gift of repentance and open your heart to all that He has for you.
Walt Kallestad is the senior pastor of the ten-thousand-member church Fellowship of Joy in Phoenix, Arizona, which has been in the forefront of the megachurch growth in this country. Kallestad has spoken to churches all over America and has authored a number of books, including the popular A Passionate Life.
"There is such amazing liberation and freedom in seeking the face of God in humble and sincere repentance. I appreciate and applaud the efforts of Walt and Shawn-Marie to open our eyes to the tremendous power to be gained in surrender."
-- Michael W. Smith, recording artist