Live Forgiven

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Xulon Press, 2008 - Religion - 196 pages
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Book Summary Forgiveness. It s the cry of the human heart and yet few of us ever really live in it. Instead we strive to establish our worth through our performance, the approval of others, the latest self-help plan, or even religion. Do you struggle to shake the mistakes of your past? Do thoughts of the future bring anxiety? Are you troubled by unwanted patterns that have developed in your life? Maybe you re convinced that God is somewhere in the mix but the often contradictory expressions of religion have left your head spinning and heart wanting. Perhaps you re weary of an us against them brand of Christianity. Could it be that Jesus Christ has been lost in a religion that bears His name? Live Forgiven offers real answers for real life from a fellow traveler. Liberating truths combined with practical application will help you discover the unexpected freedom and boundless joy of living forgiven. Everything is about to change as you discover the life you never thought possible.

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Introduction Jesus is an evil person to me
Youre Not Who You Think You Are
God Is Not Who You Think He Is
Grace Defined
Defined By Grace
How to Live Forgiven
Conclusion Staying the Course

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About the author (2008)

Jeff Warren has lived and worked in Paris, Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, San Francisco and London. He has published articles in the "Globe and Mail" and the "National Post," His two hour-long documentaries on sleep and dreaming for CBC Radio's Ideas became the springboard for The Head Trip. He is an on-again, off-again producer for "The Current," and is researching his next book.

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