The Art of Turning

The Art of Turning

From Sin to Christ For A Joyfully Clear Conscience

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Discover that when we daily turn to Christ, we will experience the clear conscience that comes with knowing that Jesus’ blood covers all our wrong.

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The conscience can be seen as something somewhat mysterious. We’re often not really sure how to listen to it, if we can trust it or what role it should play in our lives.

Kevin De Young shows us it isn’t something to be puzzled over but rather shows from the Bible that conscience is something good, given by God. Kevin tells us that the secret to a life free from the low–level guilt and shame we so often experience is to listen to our consciences and turn to Christ. As you read this accessible book, you’ll discover that when we daily turn to Christ, we will experience the clear conscience that comes with knowing that Jesus’ blood covers all our wrong.

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Author Kevin DeYoung
ISBN 9781911272212
Format Paperback
First published June 2017
Dimensions 111mm x 178mm x 4mm
Language English
Pages 40
Publisher 10 Publishing
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“Powerful, both challenging and liberating, and crystal clear”

This is an excellent little book with life-changing potential. Crystal clear, beautifully written, and utterly faithful to the Bible, Kevin DeYoung packs each of its 40 pages full of the gospel as well as his trademark pastoral wisdom and illuminating exposition. For those new to Christianity, it offers a compelling path away from the despondency and hopelessness of a guilty conscience towards the joy and liberation of a clean conscience. For those whose Christian walk has involved daily reminders of sin and the pressing burden of a tender conscience, it provides a glorious reminder of the freedom and forgiveness we have if we turn to Christ. And for those Christians whose conscience is all too used to being shoved aside, being ignored, or otherwise "misfiring", it plots a route to repentance and the joyful clarity of a conscience that finds full forgiveness at the foot of the cross.


03/10/2017

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