Monday, May 3, 2010

R.C. Sproul, Jr.: Believing God: 12 Biblical Promises Christians Struggle to Accept (Part 2)

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R.C. Sproul, Jr., author, conference speaker and contributor to "TableTalk" magazine, will address the theme of his latest book: "Believing God: 12 Biblical Promises Christians Struggle to Accept" (part 2).

As the publishers describe it:

In his latest book, Believing God: 12 Biblical Promises Christians Struggle to Accept, Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. challenges Christians to take a second glance at the promises of God in the Bible in order to see anew the grandeur of what God has committed Himself to do for His people. Sproul explores twelve of the most significant promises in Scripture, methodically unpacking each divine pledge. He shows that while Christians may express trust in God’s words, they refuse, in numerous ways, to stake their lives on what He says.

In the final analysis, the book functions as a mirror in which every reader with a teachable heart will see how he or she can more fully believe God. All Christians who appreciate careful biblical teaching and heartfelt passion for God will appreciate and benefit from this book.

"R.C. Sproul, Jr. helps us see that in Christ Jesus all of God's promises are 'Yes' and are meant to be believed and relied upon." -- Jerry Bridges, author, "The Pursuit of Holiness"

Co-hosting tonight's program is Pastor Jim Capo of the Massapequa Church of God, Massapequa, Long Island, NY.

1 comment:

Mike Ranieri said...

I really enjoy the show but I am only able to listen to it through the podcast. Aside from all the extraneous stuff at the beginning of each recording, the shows are often cutoff prematurely (missing the end of shows was especially disappointing during End Times Week). And in the case of this show it didn’t even get recorded. I pray that Chris will get someone to help him record the shows properly. Chris, I live in Toronto but if I can help you out just ask.

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