Read a free sample or buy Difícil de Creer by John F. MacArthur. You can Este libro es de bendicion a mi vida por lo tanto lo recomiendo. Difícil de Creer (Hard to Believe) () by John MacArthur. de dos décadas de ministerio, ha escrito y editado muchos libros incluyendo. Buy Difícil de Creer: El Alto Costo E Infinito Valor De Seguir a Jesus by John MacArthur John MacArthur es pastor y maestro de Grace Community Church en Sun Con más de dos décadas de ministerio, ha escrito y editado muchos libros.
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Hard to Believe: The High Cost and Infinite Value of Following Jesus
Preview — Hard to Believe by John F. Jesus Christ did not die on the cross so you and I could have a nice day. Ministers and teachers who water down the gospel of Christ in order to make it more popular and appealing may be leading their fun-loving audiences down the road to eternal punishment.
This book is John MacArthur’s unflinching, unapologetic treatise on the modern tendency to alter the true message of C Jesus Christ did not die on the cross so you and I could have a nice day.
This book is John MacArthur’s unflinching, unapologetic treatise macarfhur the modern tendency to alter the true message of Christianity in order to meet the whims and desires of a culture hoping for nonconfrontational messages, easy answers, and superficial commitments. Too many people just want a Madison Avenue Jesus to make them well, make them happy, and make them prosperous. But Jesus Christ isn’t a personal genie.
He is the Savior. He died in agony to satisfy the wrath of a holy God and to forgive the sins of humankind. Faith in Him demands a willingness to make any sacrifice He asks. The hard truth about Christianity is that the cost is high, but the rewards are priceless: Paperbackpages. Published January 8th by Thomas Nelson first published February 29th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Hard to Believeplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Aug 29, Kathleen rated it it was amazing Shelves: A much needed reminder for all us Christians. This is the first book I’ve read by Mr. Some reviewers seem to expect too much from men That clearly seems to be the goal of Mr. MacArthur in writing this book.
Reviewers should stick to reviewing the A much needed reminder for all us Christians. Reviewers should stick to reviewing the content of the book MacArthur for another format. I have been of the Arminian persuasion for 19 years MacArthur mentioned it very early in this book. To my Arminian brethren MacArthur didn’t come up with the concept of “election” so no hostility ought to be flung his way for inventing it.
Quite frankly neither did John Calvin for that matter. The anti-election reveiwers ought to research even further in history than Calvin. In addition to rigorous Bible study I am now fully convinced.
Hard to Believe: The High Cost and Infinite Value of Following Jesus by John F. MacArthur Jr.
Hard to Believe is full of scripturally based evidence MacArthur sets out to meet. MacArthur tells us in no uncertain terms Oh the awesome wonder of this gospel librk that’s so ‘Hard to Believe’ Only as God opens the human heart Aug 18, Evan Staffieri rated it it was amazing.
Another excellent book from John MacArthur. He is so difiicil with preaching the Gospel and the message of Christ in and through every book of his that I have read thus far. Hard To Believe is a great read and Dlficil was kept attentive throughout the whole book.
John has a way with writing that is so personal, yet filled with so much truth, and always theologically rich! If you want the truth, and nothing else, read this book!
The scripture included is sweet to the soul and it’s prominent in this boo Another excellent book from John MacArthur. The scripture included is sweet to the soul pibro it’s prominent in this book for sure. Jan 08, Jacqui rated it liked it Shelves: This book gave a really good foundation of the Gospel in light of the decision theology rampant in today’s church.
It nailed me hard with the law when I read it and now Macagthur think maybe it swings too hard in that direction as the comfort of the Gospel was not as front and centre as it could have been. However that’s not John’s focus here but I think it should be.
A better book for educating your squishy pastor on the Gospel. Aug 14, Veronica rated it it re amazing. John MacArthur is my all time favorite Christian author and stands in comparison to current, modern christianity that offers diticil message for everyone. MacArthur makes no excuses and with his foundation steeped in scripture, he gives insight to identifying true followers of Christ and biblical perspective on false faiths. Highly recommend for anyone who thinks or believes he is a follower of Jesus.
This book will break it down and reveal difjcil truth. This book bypasses a superficial understanding of the Christian faith in order to explore the difficult side of Christian discipleship. Jesus does not desire for librl disciples to stop at simple belief, but he longs for them to follow in His steps by becoming completely obedient to God. Mar 14, Josue Manriquez rated it it was amazing. The Gospel of Jesus Christ is hard to believe.
Consequently, it has been diluted and compromised in our modern era in order to sound more attractive. John MacArthur, however, has a desire to proclaim the true Gospel.
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Within this book, he explains what the true Gospel is as revealed in diricil Bible, and why it’s important to proclaim it. Sep 27, Keith rated it it was amazing. Amazing book so far. It has given me great insight on what it means to truly pick up your cross and follow Christ.
Crere MacArthur share why watering down the gospel and the consequences of sin when you are macadthur the Gospel is not only a disservice but wrong. This book has really changed my walk with God and helped draw me closer to Him. May 17, Donna G rated it it was amazing.
This man is a writer like none I’ve ever read. He cuts to the chase, tells it like it is!! Aug 20, Robert Rubio rated it really liked it. Great biblical argument against “easy believism” or a cross-less Gospel. Jul 06, Marc Plazola rated it macarrhur liked it. Far too many in ministry are fabricating the Gospel to make it more appealing and “consumer-friendly” for outsiders. The reason for this, MacArthur says, is because the true Gospel requires one to look at himself and agree with the truths of Scripture: The true Gospel is hard to believe, because it requires one to “deny himself, take up his cross and follow [Christ]” Matt.
This book is riveting and eye-opening. I most definitely recommend it! Apr 16, Michael Bully rated it it was amazing. A hard-hitting and challenging read. It was written in the s divicil very much draws on the USA But though I felt uncomfortable when reading the book, even felt under attack, got annoyed with the author at times, I can list several criticisms and disagreements with him, ultimately just felt so glad to have read this book.
A must read for any Christian who A hard-hitting and challenging read. A must read for any Christian who wants their faith to be life changingcostly, and hard ,acarthur at times.
Aug 28, Rod Innis rated it it was amazing. A good book by a great author! Feb 03, Nolan Fox rated it it was amazing. I tend to give everything 5 stars of books I like its a bad habit I know. However this has been my favorite MacArthur book difidil far and look forward to reading more of his stuff. Difiicil may not like everything that God has for us but we must know that all is for our benefit.
Another solid work on the one true Gospel Another great read from MacArthur, and a much needed reminder of the one true gospel in an age of confusion and deception.