Walking in Fields of Grace
How would you respond if you were the recipient of a miracle? Seriously, would you know a miracle if you were to see one? How must God look for you to accept Him?? his book is the result of my struggle with these and other questions that challenged my faith. The book has its goal the strengthening of Christian faith through paraphrasing some Biblical teaching to facilitate examination/testing using contemporary philosophical outlooks. Grace is God giving each person the gift he/she needs to be interwoven in God's story of revealed glory. There is no total understanding of faith, no completed picture of faith until God declares the end of the age. In my struggle I have come to see faith as a realism a committed believer can defend. I am sharing the fruit of my struggle so that another might see and not be as hampered as I was by "blind" faith. Like a cook that really enjoys his own cooking, I really enjoy the stories in this book. Perhaps more than anything else, the joy I experienced in writing these stories is the real reason this Book was written.
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