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Thursday, October 2, 2014

"Unmerited Favor" by Joseph Prince - A Fresh Perspective on the Doctrine of Grace

By Richard R. Blake

"Unmerited Favor" will impact your appreciation for the fullness of life we received through the redemption which Christ's sacrificial death has provided. The book is a remarkable reminder of what Jesus accomplished on the cross for us. Joseph Prince uses Biblically sound principles as he helps the reader learn to walk in light of God's unmerited favor.

Each chapter is filled with scriptural truth. Every page reveals something of God's amazing concern for every aspect of our lives. Biblical references are well documented for each chapter in the notes provided after the final chapter of the book.

I personally appreciated Prince's emphasis on the importance of "practicing the presence of Christ," as well as the principles that dealt with experiencing "success beyond our circumstances," and the chapter which talked about "living in peace and contentment."

Prince unflinchingly proclaims the gospel message challenging the church to make an impact on the next generation. He exhorts the reader to recognize the importance of understanding that we are now living under God's new covenant of grace, his unmerited favor. He urges the reader to stop relying on their own strength to rely on the strength of Jesus for every success in life.

Whether a novice just beginning a walk with Christ or more mature and well advanced in your spiritual journey, wherever you are, "Unmerited Favor" will impact your appreciation of the fullness of life which Christ has provided through His redemption. Joseph Prince's writing is refreshing and rings with clarity. Theological concepts are present in easy to understand layman's terms.

Charisma House, 978-1599799391

As Reviewed for Midwest Book Review

Richard R. Blake, Christian Education Consultant, Freelance Writer, Editorial Resources, Critiques, Reviews

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