What if We Knew What God Knows About Us
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Paperback / softback
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Number of Pages: 192
Width: 13 cm
Height: 19.8 cm
This is a book about who God is and who we are in light of that. What we think about ourselves governs what we do. If we think we are powerless, then we will behave that way. If we believe we are weak, we will be weak. If we believe we have no gifts, we will not use our gifting. When we believe the wrong things about ourselves it stops us from stepping into the person we were created to be. The Bible tells us that in Jesus we are "a new creation" and yet, sometimes, we still wear the clothes of the old creation. But what if we knew what God knows about us? When we know what God knows about us we will do the things He knows we can do. Our potential is limitless...
"Cris Rogers is the real deal: outworking his faith in the crucible of urban community as a husband and a dad, a pastor and a friend. In this book he goes right to the heart of human identity with clarity, courage, and grace. It's a life-changing message." Pete Greig, 24-7 Prayer International and Emmaus Rd, Guildford "This is a must-read book for all disciples, young and old. Don't waste time; this book with change everything!" Rob Peabody, founder of Vomo and the Awaken Movement "We all act according to our views of who we think we are, whether those views are accurate or not. This great book helps settle the most important questions in life, so we can get on with living it to the full." Anthony Delaney, leader, Ivy Network "This is a truly brilliant book. You will find it encouraging, challenging, and wonderful. It will help you be all you can in Jesus." Gavin Calver, director for mission (England), Evangelical Alliance "What if we knew What God Knows About Us? is a terrific read. The powerful reminder that who we are in Christ shapes our identity, purpose, place and significance is vital in a society that devalues people so often, or gives us worth because of what we have or what we do. With the skilful eye of a good theologian and the loving heart of a pastor, Cris Rogers tells us a better story about ourselves. He draws us back to the reality of who we are in Christ and helps us understand that what God has done for us is the fundamental building block of a life well lived. If you or someone you know struggles with self-image and low self-esteem then this book will help. Let its truths enable you to wipe away the dirt on the mirror of your self-understanding that have been placed there by others so you can see yourself clearly and understand how much you are loved, and how valuable and powerful you can be in God's hands." Revd Malcolm Duncan, lead pastor, Dundonald Elim Church