Inexhaustible Grace For An Exhausted World

Inexhaustible Grace For An Exhausted World.

An upcoming book from Tullian that affirms and contends correctly of the need to live by grace. Too much today still folks are only “playing church” by “being” or “doing” something to merit God’s approval. He doesn’t need your performances. He in fact rejects them as filthy rags. “Without Me, you can do nothing.” (Jn.15). “He is a God who can’t be traded with”  as John Piper notes Acts 17.24-25: “The God who made the world and everything in it is the Lord of heaven and earth and does not live in temples built by hands. And he is not served by human hands, as if he needed anything. Rather, he himself gives everyone life and breath and everything else.” (TNIV)


The author in his blog observes the deception of moralism that most Christians buy into: “But it is more than ironic, it is tragic. It is tragic because, just as it always has done, this kind of moralism can be relied upon to create anxiety, resentment, rebellion and exhaustion.”

Author: squeaky2

Education: BA, M.Div., BBA Profession: Carpenter (retired)

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