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Recent surveys indicate that the vast majority of Christians, those claiming to be born-again, believe that their salvation is at least in part dependent upon their behavior and actions. Yes, they
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Published September 4th 2007 by Harrison House
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Let me start out with the positives. This book is not hard to understand but is simply written. It is also not very long and generally progresses sequentially through Romans. Every once in a while Wommack comes out with a real gem of an analogy or a well-written truth. I appreciated those things.

However, the negatives far outweigh the positives. I would probably give it a one-star rating were it not that this book is probably helpful for many people. It is written mainly to those who have a wron
Cyril Tangham
Well written
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This book is for all of us. For new believer to understand what Jesus did for us. For believer as a reminder and encouragement. Knowing Jesus and believe in Him for long period of time doesn’t mean we live in Him. We should live in His words every day.
Excellent book. I learned a lot from his perspective on the relationship between our spirit, soul, and body. Great book for study and reference, as well as just a read through.
Nice book on the book of Romans and God's amazing grace through Jesus and not through us!
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