Extraordinary Grace: How the Unlikely Lineage of Jesus Reveals God's Amazing Love

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God's extraordinary grace is hard to grasp-but made easier to understand through stories of God's people.

Gary Chapman and Chris Fabry search the Scriptures for examples of God's grace in the lives of those named in Jesus' lineage, but what they find are people with faults, foibles, and sins, just like the rest of us. So obviously, grace is not about doing everything exactly right. It is a gift . . . an ...

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Overview

God's extraordinary grace is hard to grasp-but made easier to understand through stories of God's people.

Gary Chapman and Chris Fabry search the Scriptures for examples of God's grace in the lives of those named in Jesus' lineage, but what they find are people with faults, foibles, and sins, just like the rest of us. So obviously, grace is not about doing everything exactly right. It is a gift . . . an astonishing gift given by God.

In Extraordinary Grace, you will hear the call of grace; laugh because of grace; apply grace; be overtaken by grace; and know the extraordinary grace that comes from loving Jesus.

Chapter studies, for individuals or groups, will help you to find examples of extraordinary grace reflected in the lineage of Jesus.

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I've read many books regarding 'Grace', but this one truly touched my heart.

Although I was not sure about the concept of exploring 'Grace' through the "Lineage of Christ", I realized that 'Grace' is for everyone. I had not thought about some of the individuals listed in his genealogy, but it was a collection of the good and the not-so-good and shows how everyone can be used by God. It was through the unlikely ones in the lineage that I understood that God's grace is for all and that all can be used.

I also appreciated the three sections: Receiving, Possessing and Extending God's Grace. I had never really taken into consideration the extension of grace to others. "Grace Made Flesh" was a very powerful chapter that truly opened my heart to Grace. The book is easy to read and very enjoyable as well as being a great teaching tool.

Review by Alicia Farage, Net Galley on September 3, 2013

This is a wonderful book, written so everyone can understand the awesomeness of God.  I give it 5 out of 5 stars.

Review by Beverly Schreiner, Net GAlley on October 6, 2013

Extraordinary Grace: How the Unlikely Lineage of Jesus Reveals God's Amazing Love by Gary Chapman and Chris Fabry (Moody, 2013) is very different from the previous book, but no less edifying. The book is, according to the authors "a study of God at work among ordinary people." It is an exploration into seven characters in the genealogy of Jesus. It brings OT figures like Abraham and Rahab to life with descriptive prose and imaginative descriptions of their thoughts and emotions. These are characters who "failed, fell or chose badly."

The effect of the grace of God in the lives of these Bible characters, we are told, is not that we will be compelled to please God with a holy life but that we allow the holy life of Jesus to live in and through us. This allows us to become an agent of grace to others.

Chapman and Fabry tell these stories to remind us that it is only by God's grace that we are forgiven and accepted.  Rating 4 out of 5.

Reviewed by Mark Farnham, Net Galley, October 14, 2013

I've read many books regarding 'Grace', but this one truly touched my heart.

Although I was not sure about the concept of exploring 'Grace' through the "Lineage of Christ", I realized that 'Grace' is for everyone. I had not thought about some of the individuals listed in his genealogy, but it was a collection of the good and the not-so-good and shows how everyone can be used by God. It was through the unlikely ones in the lineage that I understood that God's grace is for all and that all can be used.

I also appreciated the three sections: Receiving, Possessing and Extending God's Grace. I had never really taken into consideration the extension of grace to others. "Grace Made Flesh" was a very powerful chapter that truly opened my heart to Grace.

The book is easy to read and very enjoyable as well as being a great teaching tool.

Rating 5 of 5

Review by Alicia Farage, Net Galley, October 16, 2013

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780802410795
  • Publisher: Moody Publishers
  • Publication date: 9/1/2013
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 399,987
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.10 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

GARY CHAPMAN, PhD, is the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling The 5 Love Languages. With over 30 years of counseling experience, he has the uncanny ability to hold a mirror up to human behavior, showing readers not just where they go wrong, but also how to grow and move forward. Dr. Chapman holds BA and MA degrees in anthropology from Wheaton College and Wake Forest University, respectively, MRE and PhD degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and has completed postgraduate work at the University of North Carolina and Duke University. For more information visit his website at www.5lovelanguages.com.

CHRIS FABRY is an award-winning author and radio personality who hosts the daily program Chris Fabry Live! on Moody Radio. He is also heard on Love Worth Finding, Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, and other radio programs. A 1982 graduate of the W. Page Pitt School of Journalism at Marshall University and a native of West Virginia, Chris and his wife, Andrea, now live in Arizona and are the parents of nine children.Chris' novels, which include Dogwood, June Bug, Almost Heaven, Not in the Heart, Borders of the Heart, and his latest release, Every Waking Moment, have won three Christy Awards and an ECPA Christian Book Award, but it's his lyrical prose and tales of redemption that keep readers returning for more.He has also published more than 65 other books, including nonfiction and novels for children and young adults. He coauthored the Left Behind: The Kids series with Jerry B. Jenkins and Tim LaHaye, as well as the Red Rock Mysteries and The Wormling series with Jerry B. Jenkins. RPM is his latest series for kids and explores the exciting world of NASCAR.Find out more about Chris at his website, www.chrisfabry.com.

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EXTRAORDINARY GRACE

How the Unlikely Lineage of Jesus Reveals God's Amazing Love


By GARY CHAPMAN, CHRIS FABRY

Moody Publishers

Copyright © 2013 Gary Chapman and Chris Fabry
All rights reserved.
ISBN: 978-0-8024-1079-5



CHAPTER 1

Hearing the Call of Grace

* * *

ABRAM


The story of Abram begins before he is born. God was at work in the world. He created everything we can see and can't see. He created the first man and woman and watched as they chose disobedience. He fashioned animal skins to cover them. Their choice had consequences. They were forced to leave God's presence.

And when people had walked so far from His plan, God spoke to Noah and had him build a boat. The ark was salvation for Noah and his family. Those outside perished. Those inside lived. And from that remnant, people and animals populated the earth. But people continued to walk away from God. They believed in themselves, not in Him, and built a tower to show their strength. So God confused their language and scattered them.

And it was to one of these scattered people, at just the right time, that God spoke clearly. God invaded the heart of a man named Abram with fantastic words and unbelievable promises.

Abram chose to believe.

God said He would bless Abram, He would make his name great, and He would bless the entire world through his descendants. Abram's job was to believe. Then, acting on that belief he was to leave his relatives and his country for a place God would provide. And believing, he would leave and then possess God's promises.

Abram packed and left everything he knew because God had given a promise. These are the first steps of Abram. This is the call of grace.


* * *

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. The journey of grace begins with hearing its call. And grace is calling you. It may sound distant, like a train whistle across a barren landscape, but grace is calling every heart. And the grace we're talking about will not be thwarted. As John Newton wrote, it will "lead us home."

Your responsibility is to listen to this whisper. You have to be willing to hear.

Which brings us to Abraham, known early on as Abram. Here was a man ready for the call of grace.

Fifteen chapters in Genesis tell us about Abraham's journey, God's covenant with him, the promises He made, and how you and I are affected by those promises today. He had moved with his father, Terah, and extended family to a place called Ur. They had carved out a pretty nice life. Abram had married a woman named Sarai. He hit the beauty jackpot with her, which was both a blessing and a curse. Her beauty would cause him to make some bad choices. Actually, it wasn't her beauty; it was Abram's fear. But we're getting ahead of ourselves.

After Terah died, Abram received a message from God.

Stop and consider that. Direct communication from the Almighty. Have you ever desired such a thing? Have you ever said, "If God would just tell me what to do, I would gladly do it"?

Really?

If God were to speak to you right now, part the clouds, His voice booming, would you listen? Would you obey immediately? Or would you question? Would you doubt it was really God—wonder if perhaps you were dreaming or if it might have been the spicy salsa during yesterday's dinner?

"Could You tell me that one more time, please? And let me get my recorder."

Here's the truth. You don't need a bass voice from the clouds. God has spoken—not the way you might desire, but He has spoken through His Word made flesh, through the Scriptures, through the lives of believers throughout the centuries. The question is not whether God will speak. He has. The question is, are you willing to listen? Will you hear?

Abram was willing. This is what God said:

Go out from your land, your relatives, and your father's house to the land that I will show you.


That's pretty straightforward. Leave everything you've known, all the people who know your language, your customs, your relatives clamoring to help raise your children—just pick up, pack, and go. Put your future, your family, your fortune, and your life as you know it completely in My hands.

Oh, and by the way, I'm not going to tell you where you're going. You don't get to know the specific destination. It could be a beautiful place; it could be a desert. You have one job. Trust Me. You don't get a postcard picture of your final destination. But no matter where I send you, no matter where you go, you have Me. And this process of leaving will begin to change you on the inside. You will be forced to firmly put your affection on Me, not on an object or a destination or a feeling or even the knowledge of My will. This is not about you finding a decoder ring or reading between the lines of what I'm saying and counting every fifth letter for the secret message. I don't want you trusting your own holiness, some idol you can fashion with your hands, or something you can conjure up in your mind. You must want Me and no other. Period. This is faith. And those who put their faith in Me receive extraordinary grace.

At this point in the story we're not told of any response Abram had to God's voice. We can assume he was a little shocked to be receiving such communication, for in all of Scripture there is a fair amount of fear and trembling and falling to the ground when angels or God Himself speaks, it's a bit unnerving.

But this was not the end of the heavenly communique. God continued with the second half of His message. This is where it gets really good.

I will make you into a great nation, I will bless you, I will make your name great, and you will be a blessing. I will bless those who bless you, I will curse those who treat you with contempt, and all the peoples on earth will be blessed through you.


Wow. Let's process the message. You need to move. Now. And I'm going to bring you into a land I've chosen. And in the midst of this I will do extraordinary things in and through you. You will be blessed and you will bless others. (Which means that your life and the lives of those who come after you will be made wildly different because of your obedience.) And those who get in your way are in My way. In other words, I'm with you, Abram. You and I are a team. And I, Yahweh, the Lord, I'm the one doing this. You obey Me. Follow Me. That's your part in this plan.

Deep breath.

Okay, did you get all of that? God is for Abram. Frankly, I'm a little jealous. (I keep thinking how great it would be to hear directly from God.) I get that God is directing Abram, telling him what to do and where to go, and that the end of this story will be great blessing for Abram and those who come after him. We're still talking about him today, thousands of years later, so it's clear God was right. This man was abundantly, amazingly blessed.

But wait. Think about the question behind the story, lurking under the surface of the promises and blessings.

Why? Why Abram? Why did God give him the privilege of hearing this directive? Why did He choose to bless Abram and all his descendants? Why was God even thinking of this man? What is man that You remember him? A descendant of Abram would later pen that in Psalm 8.

The answer isn't that Abram was the special one God knew would follow perfectly, because he didn't. He made mistakes. Lots of them. He was flawed, fallible, and not a good example for the kids in Sunday school you want to teach to always be honest. In fact, all of the ancestors of Jesus were of similar make and model. They messed up their lives in a thousand ways.

Did God choose Abram because he was wealthy and God needed a lot of livestock? No, He owns it all. He didn't need Abram's wealth or beautiful wife. The only ability God needed from Abram is the same ability He desires from you: availability. And if you are not available, He will use stones or donkeys.

Why did God choose Abram?

The answer to this can only be found in the mysterious grace of God. His unmerited, undeserved, and unlimited favor was poured out oil this man. Extraordinary grace.

To his credit, Abram obeyed, packed up, and at seventy-five began a journey that started with hearing God. He listened and followed. His belief affected his actions and he was given credit for his faith.

But do you think Abram struggled? As they were loading up his possessions (imagine the yard sale!) and saying goodbye to those left behind, do you think there were questions? Were there conversations in the tent at night with Sarai?

"Go over this one more time and tell me what He said. Are you sure about this, Abram?"

Perhaps Sarai had heard the message from a distance. Perhaps she had such great trust in Abram that she simply turned and began to pack without question.

Hearing the call of grace forces you to decide. Follow or stay? (And indecision is a decision.) But any struggle like this leads to questions. More questions than you had before God spoke. God will complicate your life when He whispers His grace, and this seems counterintuitive. Hearing from God should make things easier. Now you know what to do. In Abram's case, he knew specifically how to respond. But the voice of God will put such a radical call on your life that it will force you to wrestle with yourself, the people you love, and your stuff:

The followers of Jesus had the same experience. He brought so many more questions because they realized His call on their life was not superficial but subterranean. He didn't just want them to adhere to a list of rules and regulations like the religious leaders of the day. He didn't want daily devotions and showing up at a weekend service. He didn't want to make His followers better. He wanted to transform them through the process of grace—the same process Abram learned through hearing the voice of God.

Following the call of grace will become the seedbed of faith. And these questions are good, for the person with questions must learn to trust not themselves but in God's power and direction.

"Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not rely on your own understanding; think about Him in all your ways, and He will guide you on the right paths."

Abram lived that proverb. Abram embodied those words. And another of his offspring would pen them. Another man in the line of Jesus. Another flawed human being who was graciously used by God.

Grace will uproot you. Grace will relocate your heart. Grace will move you so tar toward God that, in the end, you won't care how much the moving van costs. In fact, you may want to leave some of that stuff behind because it will weigh you down. Grace liberates and casts a vision for your life you could never predict. Grace changes you; it is a holy transfusion giving you the power and ability to pass the same grace on to others, for you can only give what you possess.

Abram heard. Abram responded. He believed. Not perfectly. Not without trying to take control, which we'll talk about next.

Are you ready for this kind of grace? Would you like transformation instead of a limited makeover? Listen for the whisper of grace in your life. He is drawing you to a thousand-mile journey of the heart.

CHAPTER 2

Laughing Because of Grace

* * *

ABRAHAM


Abram heard the call of grace and believed. Then he acted. He took his wife, family, and possessions and headed for Canaan. "Are we there yet?" was the continual question of his own heart.

God affirmed His promise at an oak tree at Moreh. Abram's "offspring" would inherit this land.

However (and there's always a however with Abram), a famine struck and Abram traveled to Egypt. The beauty of his wife and the fear in his heart overtook him. He told the Egyptians a half-truth that his wife was his sister. Sarai was taken into Pharaoh's palace and God plagued that house.

Pharaoh confronted Abram and asked why he didn't tell the whole truth. Abram learned the lesson. Don't lie about your wife. Don't try to control the situation because you're afraid. God will take care of you.

Then it was back on the road. His wealth and possessions increased. But there was no heir, no son of the promise.

Years later, as if God did not know this, Abram informed the Almighty that He hadn't kept His bargain. God spoke again and said Abram would have a son. In fact, he wouldn't be able to count tire number of people coming through his line.

Abram believed God.

Then Abram heard the voice of his wife. Fear rose up again. Sarai suggested that Hagar, her handmaiden, be the surrogate for God's promise. And Abram slept with Hagar and Ishmael was conceived.

Like a daisy in the field, Abram believed, he believed not. He believed, then he took control.

Much later, Abram, who was renamed Abraham (father of many) by God Himself, had another chance to trust God. He moved into an area where Abimelech ruled and he again said that his wife was his sister. God warned the king and Abimelech was furious with Abraham.

The pattern was set. Abraham was moved by his belief and trust in God, then he became weak and fell. But God's grace brought forth the promised son, in spite of Abraham's failure. This is tire grace of God at work.


* * *

You're seventy-five and you're starting over. You're seventy-five and you're building your own U-Haul, like Noah built his ark. You're seventy-five, without a child, and you've been told that you'll become a great nation.

"You'll have many offspring, Abram. And one of those offspring, way down the line, will be the promised Messiah, the fulfillment of God's plan set in motion from before the beginning of creation.

What a promise! What a future!

But there's a problem. You're seventy-five, for crying out loud. And you don't have any children. And your wife is—well, she's beautiful but barren. You see no children and you ask questions. How can this be? How will this happen?

We don't have a record of Abram saying, "Yeah, but ..." We're told that Abram packed up, gathered up, and left. He believed and acted on that belief. He exhibited faith, a work of grace that began with God's message. He believed what God said.
(Continues...)


Excerpted from EXTRAORDINARY GRACE by GARY CHAPMAN, CHRIS FABRY. Copyright © 2013 Gary Chapman and Chris Fabry. Excerpted by permission of Moody Publishers.
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Table of Contents

Introduction: Who are all these people listed in my Bible and why are they important?
Chapter 1: Hearing the Call of Grace and Packing Your Bags - Abraham
Chapter 2: Moving Toward Grace - Abraham
Chapter 3: Lessons From a Prostitute - Rahab
Chapter 4: The Application of Grace - David
Chapter 5: Grace Trumps Wisdom, Wealth, and Power - Solomon
Chapter 6: Finagling Grace - Tamar
Chapter 7: Sleeping at the Feet of Grace - Ruth
Chapter 8: Pursued by Sin, Overtaken by Grace - Bathsheba
Chapter 9: Grace in a Manger, Born to Die - Joseph
Chapter 10: A Few More Broken Branches in Jesus' Family Tree
Chapter 11: Connecting With God's Extraordinary Grace
Appendix: Extraordinary Grace Study

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  • Posted June 12, 2014

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    A baby bundled up in a manger with parents planning to flee the

    A baby bundled up in a manger with parents planning to flee the country, seems to contradict the advent prophecy in Isaiah 9:6, "For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace." With such a CV, Jesus chose to be born in a family marred with controversy. He had a choice regarding who could bear him, yet he chose Joseph and Mary, a couple that had an ancestry that makes reality TV or soapies children's animation. One ancestor was a perennial liar, another slept with his daughter in law, as if that is not deplorable enough another married a foreign prostitute, yet Jesus chose to be born in this family. This is an expression of extravagant grace. 

    Authors, Gary Chapman and Chris Fabry, captures the expression of God's unfathomable love in their book, Extraordinary Grace: How the Unlikely Lineage of Jesus Reveals God's Amazing Love. Through the lives of four patriarchs and three matriarchs of Jesus, Gary and Chris paints a beautiful picture of the grace of God, how God picks up the unworthy, the undeserving, the broken, the messed up and the messing up and showers them with His goodness. To experience the extraordinary, mind-blowing and extravagant grace of God, you need to receive it, possess it and extend it. This small hardcover book will show you how.

    My Recommendation
    The book is a light read and preachy, but powerful enough to transform your image of God. The book is good for anyone who desires a deeper relationship with Christ. If you are struggling with finding who you are in Christ and your past seems to be snarling at you like a dog haunted with rabies, this book is for you. I highly recommend this book.

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    This book was received for free from Moody Publishers and in no way did that influence this review.

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  • Posted October 19, 2013

    Gary Chapman & Chris Fabry team up for another book, this on

    Gary Chapman & Chris Fabry team up for another book, this one addressing how the ancestors of Jesus demonstrate God's love and grace. As Chapman and Fabry state in the introduction, Jesus was the only person in history that was able to choose who his ancestors were. Did Jesus choose the best of the sinners, the ones that were mostly good, but sinned by telling lies or thinking unkind thoughts about others? No, Jesus chose a lineage of prostitutes, adulterers, murderers, and unwed mothers. Extraordinary Grace shows us what we can learn about God's grace by exploring the lineage of Jesus.

    This book reminded me a little of A Lineage of Grace by Francine Rivers, except this book includes both men and women in the lineage of Jesus instead of just five women. I loved that book and I loved this one as well. I was already familiar with the characters (people) in the book, but it is always a good reminder to review the stories. For readers who are not familiar with the stories of the people, Chapman and Fabry share the stories in a meaningful, engaging manner.

    This book is a great reminder that there is no limit to God's love for us and forgiveness of our sins through Jesus, and that He can use any one to fulfill His purposes. This is a message of great hope. No matter our pasts, we can have a glorious future. In the example of Rahab the prostitute, readers see that God can take someone of low standing and pull them in close to Him to demonstrate his love.

    This is a great book for a wide variety of readers. It is interesting from a historical standpoint to explore the family tree of Jesus. However, it is even more meaningful for believers who have difficulty they are fully forgiven, or having a hard time moving on from past regrets. This is a great book by two wonderful authors!

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from Moody Publishers in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 17, 2013

    this  book is definitely one to keep and go back to. Love the wa

    this  book is definitely one to keep and go back to.
    Love the way he relates the scriptures to our everyday issues. How grace is explained to us. There are questions you can work with for each chapter.
    excerpt " How do you know you've received the grace of God.? You don't get a not ice in the mail or confirmation by phone."
    This is just one of the questions that it talks about that made me think.
    Another great book.

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