The Effects of Grace - Christian Anthology (Digital)

  * Marked fields are required.
Qty*
Price $3.00

Release Date: December 1, 2015

Description:

The Effects of Grace brings together a collection of Christian poetry that offers hope and inspiration to readers.

The contributing authors share personal stories of their trials, testimonies, and struggles, through the beautiful gift of poetry. They also reflect on their love and admiration for God and His mighty works. These authors have hope. Moreover, they’re standing on the promises of God.

We were designed to operate in the state of unmerited favor. God has seen to it that we are well kept by Jesus, our Grace. Jesus is everything. Jesus is the Grace of God. He is the representation of God’s unconditional love. From His birth, death, resurrection, and ascension, His entire life represents the execution of God’s promise to us, His children.

Henceforth, we are drawn unto Him because He first loved us. He gave us life through Grace. The same Grace that is the new covenant and that intercedes on our behalf is also the same Grace that is ever present in our lives today.

The effects of living a grace filled life are amazing. The poems in this anthology are proof. It is impossible for us to operate under the law of Grace and not experience the bountiful power it produces in our lives. We can say with confidence that God’s love is sufficient for every area of our lives because we are saved by Grace.

Hold on and be encouraged.

Contributors: Audrey Burke-Moore; Cardiwel Ebuse; Jordan Legg; Peter Venable; Jason Kirk Bartley; Michelle Bayha; Dionne Evans; John Kaniecki; Philip C. Kolin; Charis Froelich; Christina Mengis; Richard Hartwell; Lisbon Tawanda Chigwenjere; Krista Mallo; Courtney Liddell; Gonzalinho da Costa; James Ross Kelly; Blake Kilgore; Fern G. Z. Carr; Janice Canerdy; LindaAnn Loschiavo; Kathy Buckert; Helen Clark

Format: Adobe .PDF file

To download the version for Amazon Kindle, please click here.

 

 

 

Reviews (0) Write a Review
No Reviews. Write a Review