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Recover Your Good Heart
     

Recover Your Good Heart

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by Jim Robbins
 
Many Christians feel guilty that they're not enough -- not enough for others, not enough for the Church, not enough for God. They've been told they're not committed enough, loving enough, spiritual enough. Shame and guilt are the painful results. What does God really think about your heart? What if you believed your heart was already good, already holy? This book

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Many Christians feel guilty that they're not enough -- not enough for others, not enough for the Church, not enough for God. They've been told they're not committed enough, loving enough, spiritual enough. Shame and guilt are the painful results. What does God really think about your heart? What if you believed your heart was already good, already holy? This book offers a way out of the shame and guilt of never good-enough. Includes stories of Christians whose church experiences left them feeling ashamed, and not good-enough.------------[See additional reviews at author's website: www.ROBBINSWRITINGS.com]

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615248530
Publisher:
Kindle Ink Press
Publication date:
10/07/2008
Pages:
156
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.36(d)

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Dwight Edwards
"I cannot recommend Jim Robbins' book "Recover Your Good Heart" highly enough. With profound insight, compassion, and solid biblical support, he resurrects one of the most forgotten and overlooked truths in our day--We are not the same people coming out of conversion that we were going in! Our sin nature and old heart are not eradicated but they are offset with a glorious, unalterable, supernatural reality. We have new hearts, new inclinations, and a new identity. We are far more than forgiven sinners. We are renovated saints with new hearts, good hearts; which come wholly through the Holy Spirit. Thank you Jim for reminding us that our hope for godliness is not gritting our teeth and trying harder. It is falling back on the resources and power of our good heart, the "heart of flesh", birthed at conversion and appropriated throughout our lifetime. A great work!"--(Dwight Edwards, advisor to Larry Crabb, and author of Revolution Within)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I cannot recommend Jim Robbins' book "Recover Your Good Heart" highly enough. With profound insight, compassion, and solid biblical support, he resurrects one of the most forgotten and overlooked truths in our day--We are not the same people coming out of conversion that we were going in! Our sin nature and old heart are not eradicated but they are offset with a glorious, unalterable, supernatural reality. We have new hearts, new inclinations, and a new identity. We are far more than forgiven sinners. We are renovated saints with new hearts, good hearts; which come wholly through the Holy Spirit. Thank you Jim for reminding us that our hope for godliness is not gritting our teeth and trying harder. It is falling back on the resources and power of our good heart, the "heart of flesh", birthed at conversion and appropriated throughout our lifetime. A great work! -- Dwight Edwards, advisor to Larry Crabb, and author of Revolution Within www.kindlingforthefire.com
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