Quotable

26 Jul

Here’s a couple quotes from the opening chapter of Timothy S. Lane and Paul David Tripp’s book, How People Change:

“To the degree that you forget you are a sinner, you will underestimate your daily need for Christ and the relationships in his body that are his tools of change.”

“It is not enough to embrace Christ’s promise of life after death.  We must also embrace his promise of life before death, which is only possible because of Christ’s grace at work in our hearts today.”

How do these quotes reflect your own experience?

How have you seen God’s grace at work in your present life, in addition to giving you eternal life?

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