God Doesn’t Condemn You, Neither Do I by T.K. Ware is a wonderful look at God’s mercy and forgiveness of sin. The authors introduce readers to the idea that as Christians we may condemn ourselves for our sins, but God offers forgiveness through the blood of Jesus. Adequately used scriptures are referenced to remind Christians that if they sin they have an advocate in Christ Jesus our Lord, who is able to sympathize with our human weaknesses. The book also teaches how one can learn to walk in the Spirit and to avoid the pitfalls of sin, and not to give into temptation.
A powerful book on the concept that God does not condemn those who put their faith and trust in Jesus Christ to forgive sins. This book is well written and timely. It carries a message that is an important one for all Christian believers to read and learn from. It offers a positive approach to dealing with and overcoming sin. This is truly a wonderful book that no church library or Christian should be without. I truly enjoyed reading this book and look forward to reading other books by this authors. I highly recommend God Doesn’t Condemn You, Neither Do I to Christians everywhere.
We all have a purpose in God. It’s vital for every individual to seek and fulfill their divine purpose. The moment you discover your purpose, life flows toward divine providence. We have been given the authority to triumph in life.
This endowment starts the moment we exercise our belief.
Sometimes responding from the seat of emotions can damage friendships. Instead of responding in an emotional stance, give space or reasoning. Once the word is spoken from your vessel, either by email or any other message, it cannot be taken back. And you never know who else may see the message you sent from an emotional stance. Its best to pray and wait for guidance. A few words of wisdom can prevent the bridge of friendship from crumbling.