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Uncensored Grace: Stories of Hope from the Streets of Vegas

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  • Posted December 22, 2009

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    Great read

    Great reminder of the grace that God has given us!

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  • Posted December 18, 2008

    Uncensored Grace Stories of Hope from the Streets of Vegas Jud Wilhite with Bill Taaffe Multnomah, 2008 ISBN: 9781601421463 Reviewed by Debra Gaynor for ReviewYourBook.com, 12/08 5 stars Uncensored grace┬┐ When most people think of Las Vegas

    Uncensored Grace<BR/>Stories of Hope from the Streets of Vegas<BR/>Jud Wilhite with Bill Taaffe<BR/>Multnomah, 2008<BR/>ISBN: 9781601421463<BR/>Reviewed by Debra Gaynor for ReviewYourBook.com, 12/08<BR/>5 stars<BR/>Uncensored grace¿<BR/>When most people think of Las Vegas, they think of casinos, showgirls, and prostitution. Las Vegas earned its nickname Sin City. The tourism department used the phrase ¿What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.¿ A tempting phrase, hinting at behaviors you would not want your friends and family to know about. <BR/>God is at work in Vegas. Jud Wilhite, the pastor of Central Christian Church in Las Vegas, shares the story of nine people. These are real people, people who are saved by ¿uncensored¿ grace. He defines grace as, ¿God¿s extravagant favor and forgiveness toward His undeserving children¿and `undeserving¿ would have to include all of us¿¿including people in Vegas. ¿Uncensored grace is what you get from a loving God when ¿ every last hope for your own effort has blown up in your face. Uncensored means that there is no formula or membership of performance that stands between you and God¿s goodness. Uncensored means that as wide and deep and high as your mountain of personal ruin might get, God¿s transforming grace is always wider and deeper and higher.¿ <BR/>Uncensored Grace is inspiring and encouraging. I highly recommend reading it.

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