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Embracing Grace

Settling the Guilt That Unsettles You


Do you ask yourself these questions:

  • How can God still love me after what I have done?
  • Have I crossed the final line by doing what I did?
  • Is my repentance legitimate?
  • Is God still in my life, and can things ever be the same between us after what I’ve done?
  • Am I even still saved?


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Embracing Grace is full of surprising revelations about what the Bible says—and what goes on in your mind—when a dark atmosphere of unworthiness and disqualification tries to engulf you. Easy-to-read, short chapters, plus fresh definitions for familiar concepts, break down the often-confusing subject of how Grace and the Law work together.

When You’ve Sinned Again, What Then?

Guiltiness gnaws at all of us. We worry that our specific wrongdoing has crossed an invisible line beyond the limits of grace. Plus we labor under a vague sense that we haven’t done enough, prayed enough, or been good enough to be worthy of God. This biblically rich, highly accessible message offers you sturdy truths to silence condemnation and self-reproach.

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Weight.81 lbs
Dimensions9 × 6.3 × 0.6 in
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2 reviews for Embracing Grace

  1. bkillion

    What a wonderful book! It gives great insights about and clarifies the role of the Old Testament Law and God’s Grace in the lives of believers. Daniel’s use of word pictures and analogies makes even the most complex ideas easy to understand. As Jack Hayford says in the introduction, every Christian should read this several times. It will bring freedom and great joy!

  2. marjie.clark49

    Again and again, Daniel Brown asks the questions we all ask, and answers them from the Word with the heart of God. His transparency and integrity clear a path of understanding and revelation we can all travel. I am constantly challenged and amazed as I read. It’s somewhat like hacking your way through an overgrown and untended garden, to find yourself in a beautiful clearing. Daniel has done all the hard work for us, and as we hang out with him, we enjoy the sense of peace that comes with entering His presence as those who are daily embraced by and embracing His grace.

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