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Letting God’s Word Speak

Lessons on Deepening Your Faith

Grace is a gift God gives freely, but should our response to God's grace end when we accept Jesus as Lord and Savior? Is there more? Letting God's Word Speak is a collection of topics built on solid scriptural references through which we can deepen our relationship with the triune God. The philosophy "know what you believe and why you believe it" is reinforced throughout the pages of this book. It will open up new revelations to familiar texts and simultaneously challenge you to further hear, explore, and understand God's Word. It will encourage you to "work out your own salvation" by surrendering your will to Him and striving daily to be more like Christ while savoring the trust you have in God's love

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About the Book

About the Author

Tony Crouch is a lifelong Christian seeking to surrender his will to the Father’s and mature in his relationship with God. In his longtime role as Sunday school discussion leader, Tony has studied the Holy Scriptures for years, including completing classword in Christian apologetics. He was born in Alva, Oklahoma, lives in Arkansas City, Kansas, and holds a master’s degree in leadership. Tony is the Vice President of Finance and CFO for Southwestern College in Winfield, Kansas. He is married to Vicki, and they have five children (Tina, Tisha, Terra, Tommy, and Michelle), a son-in-law, Larry, and nine grandchildren.
Genre: Christian Living
Publisher: Clay Bridges Press
Publication Year: 2021
ASIN: 1953300553
ISBN: 9781953300553
List Price: 15.99
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