REST: A Consideration of Faith vs. Faithfulness (paperback)


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Many Christians evaluate their lives and ask the same questions: Am I doing enough? Have I shown enough discipline, enough dedication, or enough effort? Would praying and reading my Bible more help me overcome . . . remove . . . have?  You may feel that you put so much effort into improving your Christian life with no apparent fruit. Sins you thought would have been easier to overcome are still plaguing your daily life.

You are not alone, and you are not crazy! Many Christians today live on this sort of performance-based treadmill, running fast and getting nowhere. Trying harder and doing more haven’t produced assurance or victory over sin. You’re exhausted. You feel empty and fake inside. You feel guilty for merely wanting to just coast, to give in, to stop trying. The foundation of Christianity is faith. And the foundation of the Christian faith, we will argue in this primer, is rest.

In this book, Jon Moffitt, Jimmy Buehler, and Justin Perdue explain how weary pilgrims can find rest in Jesus Christ.

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Weight .24 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 5 × .2 in

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1 review for REST: A Consideration of Faith vs. Faithfulness (paperback)

  1. Ben O’Donnell (verified owner)

    Clear, concise, and engaging. Just phenomenal! I lead a weekly Bible study and discipleship group with men and women at work. The participants (mostly Marine officers) come from diverse backgrounds and religious contexts anchored in pietism. I’m always searching for useful resources to add to the “spiritual fitness” toolbox; specifically, resources that clarify the Gospel from a confessional perspective. I am on the Board of Directors for a non-profit that seeks to present the person and work of Jesus Christ in and through the United States Marine Corps. Our networking ministry is intended to enable Christian fellowship, ministry, and discipleship around the Corps. Looking forward to ordering more copies of “Rest” to share more broadly across our ministry network. Thanks again to the entire Theocast team!

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