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Let Your Heart Go Free : An Emancipation of the Soul
by Jeremy Reid Austill and Karen Wheaton




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Many church-attending Jesus believers have expressed sincere concern that they live well short of the abundant life Jesus afforded them via the cross and empty grave. Let Your Heart Go Freeexpresses that deep longing to see men and women know legitimate freedom. The term freedomis typically attached to the ability to abstain from inappropriate behavior. For most, the idea of freedom centers more on behavior modification than true, internal liberation. However, many genuine, God-loving people still wrestle with the same cravings, insecurities, fears, sorrows, lusts, anger, and frustration that plagued them upon conversion.

As Jeremyexplores the introduction of Jesus in the gospel of John, you will discover there are certain inalienable rights bestowed upon those who have "believed and accepted" Him. This book is about recalibrating your thinking of who Jesus is and what He has made available through His passion, resurrection, and ascension. This book is about thinking better of Jesus and ultimately becoming free through this renewed thinking.

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Overview

Many church-attending Jesus believers have expressed sincere concern that they live well short of the abundant life Jesus afforded them via the cross and empty grave. Let Your Heart Go Freeexpresses that deep longing to see men and women know legitimate freedom. The term freedomis typically attached to the ability to abstain from inappropriate behavior. For most, the idea of freedom centers more on behavior modification than true, internal liberation. However, many genuine, God-loving people still wrestle with the same cravings, insecurities, fears, sorrows, lusts, anger, and frustration that plagued them upon conversion.

As Jeremyexplores the introduction of Jesus in the gospel of John, you will discover there are certain inalienable rights bestowed upon those who have "believed and accepted" Him. This book is about recalibrating your thinking of who Jesus is and what He has made available through His passion, resurrection, and ascension. This book is about thinking better of Jesus and ultimately becoming free through this renewed thinking.


 

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  • ISBN-13: 9780692175514
  • ISBN-10: 0692175512
  • Publisher: Jeremy Austill
  • Publish Date: August 2018
  • Page Count: 148
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.32 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.46 pounds


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