Walking the Walk by Faith

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PublishAmerica, 2005 - Fiction - 212 pages
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In post-modern America, aThe Christian Religiona is seen as backward, stale, and not politically correct. Many churches have attempted to adapt by blending into the liberal landscape. They compromise their message, which results in a diluted Gospel or aEasy-Believism.a It burdens no one with conformity to outdated notions such as discipleship, morality, and self-denial. The adherents to this Cheap Grace blend into society very well and do not appear to be any different than their secular neighbors. Christ does not call people to be areligiousa pew-sitters. He came to seek and save the lost. Those who respond to His call are His disciples. Walking the Walk by Faith presents Christas Gospel and the steps to becoming a true disciple of Christ, who walks in the spirit. The true disciple of Christ does not conform to society, but will stand out with a character that is just like His.
 

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From what i've read, Mike is spot on. Deep truth "abiding in Christ involves responding (our choice) to God's pruning (His sometimes painful work) with total surrender. I am in this process. Thank God.

Contents

Foreword
9
Who is Man?
25
Gods Solution
40
Idolatry of the Heart
69
How Hard is Your Heart?
89
The Yoke of Christ
107
Metamorphosis
141
Fairness Rights and the Pursuit of Happiness
164
Fruit
180
Facets
201
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