Give Yourself Some Grace

100 Devotions for Imperfect People

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Pub Date 01 May 2022 | Archive Date 01 Jul 2022
Barbour Publishing, Barbour Books

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“Christians aren’t perfect, just forgiven,” the saying goes.
That’s true, but many Christians struggle to accept
both their own imperfections and God’s forgiveness.
 
This devotional will encourage imperfect Christians with the stories of imperfect people from the Bible. Learn from the accounts of folks like
 
  • Sarah, who laughed at God’s promise of a child
  • Joseph of Arimathea, who followed Jesus, but secretly out of fear
  • John Mark, who deserted a missionary trip and caused a rift between Paul and Barnabas
  • Peter, whose up and downs warrant multiple readings
  • Martha, stressed out and irritable with Jesus in her home
 
The good news? Every one of them—and many like them—overcame their shortcomings to accomplish great things.
 
Give Yourself Some Grace shares two wonderful truths: you are not alone in your struggles, and God is always happy to forgive. It will encourage you whatever your age or background.
 
“Christians aren’t perfect, just forgiven,” the saying goes.
That’s true, but many Christians struggle to accept
both their own imperfections and God’s forgiveness.
 
This devotional will encourage...

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A book to show readers that imperfect people were even in the Bible but that through God, we are given grace. We shouldn't strive for perfection but rather strive for a life pleasing to God. Love this devotional and look forward to more from Phillips.

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