Found some good thoughts in the book but it seemed to have one major flaw. The need for repentance in the life of the Christian seems to be greatly down played. Yes, we all make mistakes in our lives, but we are called to repent of our sin not accept it and continue in it. Jesus commanded that those who came into a relationship with Him should “go and sin no more”. This of course does not mean we cease to sin. It does, however, call us away from habitual sin. I am not sure if that was the intent of the author as it pertains to repentance, but I wish he would have addressed the issue more clearly and Biblically. Transformation is what we are called to. A true relationship with Christ will bring about such change. Romans 12:1-2

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