Sanctification by Faith: Practical Theology for Growing Christians

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Elizabeth Stuefen, Dec 1, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 52 pages
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This bible study is perfect for individuals or groups. It is a timeless subject in the format of practical, experiential theology for growing and struggling Christians. The main focus is "identification truths" (crucified with Christ, dead to self, and alive in resurrection power), in the form of lessons on how these become a reality in a believer's life through faith. There are ample Scripture verses to support conclusions, with an emphasis on brokenness as the prerequisite to experience the fullness of grace. Most believers try to hide their weakness, instead of embracing it, as the source of abiding in Christ as their strength. The book chronicles the author's own wilderness experience, and her resulting freedom. Overcoming the clinical depression that gripped her involved learning to deal with cumulative stress; but more importantly, claiming the principles set forth in this study regarding the battle of the flesh against the Spirit!

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