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Book details
  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Biblical Studies / Paul's Letters
  • Language:English
  • Pages:115
  • eBook ISBN:9780977833870

Who We Are in Christ

Discovering Your Eternal Identity

by Joe McIntyre

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Overview
Many in the Church today struggle with a sense of unworthiness and inadequacy. They are aware of all their weaknesses and shortcomings. They have very little confidence toward God because they think He regards them in the light of their failures, or, perhaps we should, the darkness that yet remains in their performance. God has changed the nature of man! The greatest miracle that God does is the New Birth. God, our Father, takes out of us the nature that was antagonistic to Him by sending it to the cross with Jesus, then makes alive together with Him in His resurrection. “Old things have passed away, behold, all things have become new. And all things are of God” (2 Cor. 5:17, 18).
Description
Many in the Church today struggle with a sense of unworthiness and inadequacy. They are aware of all their weaknesses and shortcomings. They have very little confidence toward God because they think He regards them in the light of their failures, or, perhaps we should, the darkness that yet remains in their performance. God has changed the nature of man! The greatest miracle that God does is the New Birth. God, our Father, takes out of us the nature that was antagonistic to Him by sending it to the cross with Jesus, then makes alive together with Him in His resurrection. “Old things have passed away, behold, all things have become new. And all things are of God” (2 Cor. 5:17, 18). This book points the believer to the liberating truths surrounding what our Father has done for us through the Finished Work of Christ. Who and what we are is now perfectly acceptable to our Father. Righteousness is His gift to us. We are His workmanship, recreated in Christ. We have entered into the Reality of our Eternal identity in Christ.
About the author
Joe McIntyre is the founder and senior minister of Word of His Grace Church.. Joe desires to see the Church come to know their identity in Christ. He has authored six books with a vision of seeing believers established in Christ and walking in faith and their God-given authority. He is also the president of Kenyon’s Gospel Publishing Society which publishes the writings of E.W. Kenyon. Joe’s first book was a response to Kenyon’s (and the Faith Movement’s) critics entitled E.W. Kenyon and His Message of Faith: The True Story. His latest work unfolds the authority we have in Christ. It is entitled Throne Life. Joe and his wife Pam reside in Bothell, WA. They have one married daughter Torie who works in Public Relations.
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