It's Ok, Jesus Loves You Anyway! by Glenn GoreeIt's Ok, Jesus Loves You Anyway! by Glenn Goree

It's Ok, Jesus Loves You Anyway!

byGlenn GoreeForeword byDemetrius Donseroux

Hardcover | February 16, 2015

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Guilt! Shame! Embarrassment! These are the three most powerful reasons why people feel their sins are unforgiveable. Intellectually, Christians know God forgives, but emotionally, they won't accept self-forgiveness. Why? They confuse temptation with sin. Some people say, ""If I were a good Christian, I shouldn't be tempted!"" Wrong! Paul wrote extensively in Romans 7 about his internal struggle between the flesh and the spirit. These poems offer a unique way to address the conflict between the heart, soul, mind, and spirit. So, forgive yourself, because Jesus loves you anyway.""Glenn is a man of impeccable integrity and deeply rooted in the grace and truth in Jesus Christ. He is a strong and faithful servant with a deep compassion for the hurting. His books speak to healing and growing up in Christ through dependence on the Scripture, prayer, and faithful obedient trust in Jesus.""--Max Lucado, author of Before AmenGlenn Goree has thirty years of counseling experience. He and his wife, Valerie, served as missionaries in Rhodesia, Africa. Glenn currently is an EAP consultant for Empathia and JPMorgan Chase, and is the Director of the Counseling Program for Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, TX. His qualifications include MA, MEd, and LPC. He has written articles for newspapers, magazines, and religious periodicals. His first book, Soular Eclipse, was published in July of 2014.
Title:It's Ok, Jesus Loves You Anyway!Format:HardcoverDimensions:38 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.25 inPublished:February 16, 2015Publisher:Wipf and Stock PublishersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1498219217

ISBN - 13:9781498219211