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What if God has had a plan for you since the very beginning? The God of the universe has made you some big promises. He made them first in the Old Testament, but they remain at the core of his heart and have never changed. They’re the key to your fulfillment and to his plans for you, both in this life and the life to come. God wants to rescue you from bondage. He wants to deliver you from whatever holds you back. He wants you to discover his original intention for your life. And he wants you to be a part of a family that is making a difference.
In the ancient celebration of Passover, we find a picture of God’s heart for us in the four cups of wine representing each of these core promises. Now, in Four Cups, Church of the Highlands pastor and New York Times best-selling author Chris Hodges reveals that, no matter where we are on our spiritual journey, these four cups of promise provide a simple, powerful, unforgettable way of reaching our potential and growing closer to God. Steeped in Jewish history and tradition, yet breathing the transforming hope of Jesus on every track, Four Cups will help you move forward through the four stages of faith. Your thirst for more will finally be quenched - and you’ll experience a wellspring of joy, hope, and purpose.
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Overall good message and interesting teaching method (the 4 cups). I learned more about the Bible which is awesome. My only complaint is that it was a little too much about pastoral care and the author's job as a pastor for me personally. I just wanted to read the book more for the spiritual education and inspiration.
- N. SMITH
This book is about the author's own 4 step program for over coming sin and not about the historical meaning of the 4 cups used in the Passover. I find it awful when an author takes actual historical events and biblical references and twist them into a fiction self help book. If this pastor had done a simple Google search he would of found that his cups don't match the historical ones. I find his false humility, misleading information, and name dropping of other pastors to support his point indirectly to be pure garbage. I'm sure this man has helped lots of people but he does so at the expense of teaching truth. I suggest you skip this book and read anything else.
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I found this book to be enlightening and informative with biblical principles. we are implementing these principles in our church and we'll see how effective it is.