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Dificil De Creer
It nailed me hard with the law when I read it and now I think maybe it swings too hard in that direction as the comfort of the Gospel was not as front and centre as it could have been.
Hard To Believe is a great read and I was kept attentive throughout difixil whole book. One, Simon the Zealot, was a terrorist, a member of a group who went around with daggers in their cloaks, trying to stab Romans.
Jesus Christ did not die on the cross so you and I could have a nice day. A must read for any Christian who wants their faith jonh be life changingcostly, and hard going at times. John MacArthur, however, has a desire to proclaim the creet Gospel. He is a risen savior that was murdered on a cross to actually purchase redemption for those who would trust Him as Lord and Savior, repent from their sins, and following Him. Who knew that a book about the Christian essential concept of “What it means to be a Christian” could be so engaging and full of epiphanies?!
I finished this book with a true appreciation for all it means to be a follower of Christ Who knew that a book about the Christian essential concept of “What kohn means to be a Christian” difiil be so engaging and full of epiphanies?! I like it because it is based on God’s word. While we would disagree on many things, I thought his handling of “soft” Christianity was well done and convicting. I most definitely recommend it! This helps explain why God chose none of the early preachers among the apostles because of his superior intellect, position, or prominence.
John has a way with writing that is so personal, yet filled with so much truth, and always theologically rich! Recommended to Gary by: Great biblical argument mscarthur “easy believism” or a cross-less Gospel. Oct 09, Chris Fowler rated it it was amazing.
As a Christian, this book is a wake-up to how the Gospel of Jesus Christ has been diluted and polluted by man and religion.
God disdained all of them and picked clay pots instead.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. The biblical scholars were in Jerusalem. MacArthur is a fifth-generation pastor, a popular author and conference speaker and has served as pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California sinceand John F. I personally recommend this book.
Hard to Believe: The High Cost and Infinite Value of Following Jesus by John F. MacArthur Jr.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. He cuts to the chase, tells it like it is!! A better book for educating your squishy pastor on the Gospel.
MacArthur tells mxcarthur in no uncertain terms But though I felt uncomfortable when reading the book, even felt under attack, got annoyed with the author at times, I can list several criticisms and disagreements with him, ultimately just felt so glad to have read this book. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Hard to Believe: The High Cost and Infinite Value of Following Jesus
Half of them or so were fishermen, and the rest were common laborers. MacArthur sets out to meet. The hard truth about Christianity is that the cost is high, but the rewards are priceless: After reading this, I’ve become a hyper defender of the Gospel of Christ since then. The scripture included is sweet to the soul and it’s prominent in this book for sure.
It has given me great insight on what it means to truly pick up your cross and follow Christ. Christ is not simply a happy person hoping you will like Him. None of the great intellects from Egypt, Greece, Rome, or Israel was crewr the apostles.