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The Cross Worked.: Why You Can Have Confidence on the Day of Judgment

Narrated by: Ryan Sitzberger
Length: 2 hrs and 54 mins
5 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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You will be treated like Jesus on the Day of Judgment!

That is exactly what the entire New Testament is shouting to believers. There will be no fear, no shame, and no guilt on the Day of Judgment. Instead, we can have confidence on the Day of Judgment because we are totally forgiven and just like Jesus.  

In The Cross Worked., Zach Maldonado explores the Scriptures about forgiveness, reward, and judgment and dismantles the popular religious jargon around these verses, revealing:    

  • Believers are forgiven of all their sins - past, present, and future. 
  • Believers will not be judged for their sins.  
  • Jesus Christ is our reward.  
  • We are secure in Jesus.  

Discover how the truth of the cross enables you to enjoy Jesus and live each day with confidence!  

"This book is both powerful and liberating, and in its pages you'll discover the truth that really does set you free!" (Dr. Andrew Farley, best-selling author of The Naked Gospel)

"Zach Maldonado is a young hero of mine. He is intolerant of any hint of theology that ties new covenant believers into doubt, shame or fear. Here, he builds a compelling argument of a salvation that cannot be unraveled." (John Lynch, pastor, speaker, and coauthor of The Cure)

"Zach Maldonado has brought together many of the most important truths of the gospel of Jesus Christ and expressed them beautifully. There are very few books that do that as well as this one, so please don’t miss 'The Cross Worked.'!" (Ralph Harris, author of God’s Astounding Opinion of You, president of LifeCourse Ministries)

©2018 Zach Maldonado (P)2018 Zach Maldonado

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Loved the whole book! Best part for me was the concept of confession!! Can’t wait for book #2???

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God Loves You Forever

The Good News is a message that so many teachers and authors have but.... It seems like there’s lots of Good News Messages that always include a disqualifer. Zach’s understanding and message is Simple and True, God Loves Us because of who He is - Our Father and He always will be! And He is making us like His Son Jesus.

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Have faith.

If you are worried that somehow through sin you have lost your hope for redemption this is the book for you. Lots of people worry that having been saved when new sin occurs that this means that you are automatically lost from salvation. This book works to explain how Christ has forgiven you of your sins, past, present, and future and covered you with his grace.

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Not For Me, But Well Done

This is an enthusiastic telling of an individual experience backed with Biblical quotes that ought to motivate most Christians and make them feel better about their choices. I confess, as a non-Christian, this isn't something that completely works for me but I enjoyed learning about this perspective and it's worth noting the narration is very strong. I also confess that I solicited and received a review copy of this work. There was no expectation or incentive for a positive review from either the writer or the narrator.