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Waking the Deadby John Eldredge
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Wild at Heart helped men get their hearts back. Waking the Dead will help us all find the life Christ promised. Jesus said, I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full. That's the offer of Christianity, from God himself. Just look at what happens when people are touched by Jesus--the blind see, the lame walk, the deaf hear, the dead are raised to life. In other words, to be touched by God is to be restored. To become all God meant you to be. That is what Christianity is supposed to do for you--make you whole, set you free, bring you fully alive. But Jesus also warned that the path to that life is narrow, and few people would find it. You'll notice few have. Waking the Dead will help you find that life, see the fierce battle over your heart, and embrace all that God has for you. There is so much more. Do you want it?
Waking the Dead, the powerful new message from bestselling author John Eldredge, inspires Christians to begin living from the heart so that they can live for the hearts of others. There is a glory to life that most people--including believers--never see. In this insightful new book, John Eldredge presents the heart as central to life. Not only is the heart essential; the heart God has ransomed is also good. Building on these precious truths, Eldredge shows readers why real Christianity is a process of restoration, whereby the broken parts of our hearts are mended and the captive parts are set free.
The director of Ransomed Heart--a teaching, counseling, and discipling fellowship--challenges believers that through the new covenant their hearts are good, essential to life, and that they should trust and dareto live from the deepest heart. Unabridged.
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