It’s all too easy to lose God’s blessing and joy by departing from the simple gospel of grace.
The Galatians did so, as did the pre-Reformation church. And, today, ‘performance’ very often takes precedence over faith and intimacy.
By exploring the letter to the Galatians and the Reformation, Tim Chester invites us to hear God’s voice, know his approval, recognize his people, enjoy his love and do his will. Here is a guide that is practical and personal, and which urges us to remember the basics – that we were made for joy in relationship with God.
As well as Tim's biblical and accessible teaching, this beautifully produced little book has questions for discussion and reflection - in either personal or corporate study - at the end of each chapter.
‘If "joy” is not the first word that comes to your mind when you think of the Reformation, you need to read this book.’