Why Grace Changes Everything

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Harvest House Pub, Jul 1, 1995
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In this deeply relational book, Pastor Smith explores 12 great themes of God's unending grace. With the passion of a man whose own life has been transformed by this gift, Smith clearly explains why our mistakes will never alienate us from God, our relationship with God does not depend on our efforts, and more. To know that God is for you is the greatest source of security you will ever know.

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User Review  - Renee - Christianbook.com

I am compelled to write a review because this book has enlightened me tremendously. I have reread it a number of times since it was given to me as a gift some ten years ago. I have picked it up when I ... Read full review

User Review  - Donald H - Christianbook.com

Good read on the issue of Grace. It's definitely a must read. I loved it. It served as a defense against legalism. It's about God's unmerited favor toward man. Probably his best work. Very unheralded. Read full review


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Chuck Smith started Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, and has served as its Senior Pastor for twenty-five years. Chuck's sermons are heard internationally through the church Web site at calvarychapel.com/capobeach.

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