Evaluates Trusting God, You Can Trust God, Transforming Grace, and The Discipline of Grace. “Consider guilt: Will God forgive me for what I’ve done?…Can I find His favor despite my repeated failure? Or listen to fear: Can I really trust God after what has happened in my past? Is God truly in control of even bad things?…Few contemporary writers address these matters better than Jerry Bridges.” Bridges manages to capture that sound biblical thinking that anchors everything in the grace of God, and has a firm expectation of practical obedience resulting.
Book Review: Four Books by Jerry Bridges
Author: Robert D. Jones Date: January 02, 1997
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- Building the Family Covenant Model, Part 2
- Book Review: Power Preaching for Church Growth: The Role of Preaching in Growing Churchs by David Eby
- Book Review: War Psalms of the Prince of Peace by James E. Adams
- Book Review: Four Books by Jerry Bridges
- Whose Dream? Which Bread?
- The Role of Preaching in Growing Churches
- An Insider’s Effort to Blow Up Psychiatry
- Cultivating the Vineyard: Solomon’s Counsel for Lovers
- Letters to the Editor
- Talk Incessantly? Listen Intently!