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When We Get It Wrong: Peter, Christ and a path through failure

When We Get It Wrong: Peter, Christ and a path through failure
Failure is part of life. Even (and maybe especially) as Christians we mess up, we get it wrong, we feel we have let God down. Peter, one of Jesus's disciples and friends, knew this and knew how it felt. Although he got it wrong, God still used him powerfully to spread the Gospel. We see how God brought Peter from failure to fruitfulness, and we can hope that he will do the same for us.
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ISBN/EAN: 9781527104099
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Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
Author: Dominic Smart
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In this book, Dominic Smart breathes some fresh air into our Christian discipleship. Here Christ himself is at the centre and grace is the first item on the agenda. This book helps us grasp why the gentleness and ruthless commitment of Christ's love belong together.Iit helps us to strip the soul bare and recalibrate our Christian lives. There are six chapters in this book: Discipleship in Christ; The Disciple's call; The Disciple's false security; The Disciple's failure; The Disciple's path back; and the Disciple recalibrated. There is also an appendix on New Testament references for being 'in Christ'. Failure is part of life. Even (and maybe especially) as Christians, we mess up, we get it wrong, we feel like we have let God down. Peter, one of Jesus' disciples and closest friends, knew how this felt. He got it wrong, but God still used him powerfully to spread the gospel. We see how God brought Peter from failure to fruitfulness, and we can hope that he will do the same for us.
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