God calls us to be holy as He is holy. But how is that possible when we are clearly imperfect? A gifted preacher and teacher illustrates the principles of grace, the practices of faith and the motives of love to help us understand holy living. Readers will journey through key biblical texts that eliminate performance as a means of establishing or maintaining salvation, but that also emphasize obedience as a grateful response to God’s mercy. When God’s children recognize that His love for them never wavers, then His grace will quicken their steps, strengthen their hearts and delight their souls to carry on.
With the skill of a surgeon and the joy of a child, Bryan Chapell invites us to walk in a garden of grace. Thanks to publisher and author for this fine work.
— Max Lucado
Dr. Bryan Chapell is distinguished professor of preaching at Knox Theological Seminary. He preaches and lectures in churches and seminaries all over the world and has authored several books including Using Illustrations to Preach with Power.