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Grace is greater: A book review

Grace is greater: A book review

Grace is a glorious mystery interwoven in the intricate details of our lives. Kyle idleman takes the reader on a delightfully inspiring journey of growing in grace in a thought-provoking manner. He does this is a friendly, conversational style that is easy to comprehend.

The words and parables themselves infuse with grace, including his real-life examples, are incredibly compelling, so that grace seeps from the very seams of the book.

Each word is crafted to engage the reader and challenge the reader to allow grace to chisel off our hard edges as grace washes off the dust of life.

My favorite aspect of this book is how the beauty of reconciliation is woven seamlessly throughout the book to reveal that truly redemptive facet of grace.

Indeed, grace has the last say if we choose to receive grace with the posture of an open heart.

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“When forgiveness results in reconciliation, it most accurately reflects God’s grace and forgiveness toward us.”

This book addresses pertinent topics that grace can readily heal, such as shame, guilt, regret, and the emptiness of the human condition. In the author’s words, “God’s grace can redeem anything.”

I highly recommend this book as I feel it will challenge you to redesign your life with a fresh openness to experience grace in practical ways.

Grace will surprise you as you allow grace to affirm, strength, and fill the empty spaces of weakness in your life.

You will enjoy Kyle’s transparent and relatable approach to telling this narrative of living in the freedom that is only possible with the gift of grace.

May this book give you a new grace lens as you view your world from a perspective of wholeness that the Father desires for each one of us.

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