Written in an encouraging and to-the-point style, author Michael Holcomb shows that, yes, the Bible teaches perfection, but not the kind to which we humans default. Holcomb presents and examines the human default as "forbidden perfection" and then offers three main solutions to spiritual growth that Jesus puts within our reach.
|Edition description:||Light revision with added preface|
|Product dimensions:||5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.42(d)|
Table of ContentsPreface by author; Part One - The Garden Key: (1) Are Christians Supposed to be Perfect?, (2) Forbidden Perfection, (3) God's Perfection, (4) Dealing with Mistakes Perfectly, (5) The Hardest Thing to Handle; Part Two - The Battery Key: (6) Two Sides to Perfection, (7) Of Fear And Love, (8) The Word and The Spirit, (9) Heavenly Minded, Earthly Good; Part Three - The Kingdom Key: (10) Time to Grow Up!, (11) An Addiction That Hinders Perfection, (12) Ministering for Perfection, (13) Time to Peddle