Idleman walks you through the heart work that comes with receiving and offering grace. Full of amazing stories and wonderful analogies, I had a hard time putting it down. I was a good deal lighter and more in love with Jesus when I finished the book.
I’ve added Grace is Greater to my “read every year” list of books. I need the reminder.
I encourage y’all to pick up a copy (and then loan it to your friends). I think it would make a great read-and-discuss book for small groups as well.
I’ve been offered an extra copy, so it’s time for a giveaway.
Please share, as a comment to this post, a time when someone was gracious and kind toward you. On Friday, March 25th, I’ll pick a random number and the poster in that spot will win a copy of Grace is Greater.
Grace is powerful enough to erase your guilt.
Grace is big enough to cover your shame.
Grace is real enough to heal your relationships.
Grace is strong enough to hold you up when you’re weak.
Grace is sweet enough to cure your bitterness.
Grace is satisfying enough to deal with your disappointment.
Grace is beautiful enough to redeem your brokenness.
Grace explained is necessary, but grace experienced is essential. Kyle Idleman
* Sorry, I’m not nearly as funny as Idleman, but I had to add a footnote in his honor. :)
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