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Grace, the Power of the Gospel Audiobook

Grace, the Power of the Gospel

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Recent surveys indicate that the vast majority of Christians, those claiming to be born - again, believe that their salvation is at least in part dependent upon their behavior and actions. Yes, they believe Jesus died for their sins, but once they accept Him as their Savior they believe they must still meet a certain standard to be "good" enough. If that is true, then what is that standard and how do you know when you have met it? The church has tried to answer these questions for centuries and it always results in religious and legalistic bondage. So what is the answer? It begins by asking the right question. It is not, " What must we do?" but rather, "What did Jesus do?" By understanding the Apostle Paul's revelation of what Jesus did from the book of Romans, you will never again wonder if you're meeting the standard.

©2007 Andrew Wommack (P)2014 Harrison House Audio

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    "Good book, bad narrator."

    Love Andrew Womack. His message is honest and inspiring. This book really helped my Christian walk. BUT the narrator was so boring! At times I questioned if it was a human, or a male computer voice. This made the book tough to get through.

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