• Breathing Grace

  • What You Need More Than Your Next Breath
  • By: Harry Kraus
  • Narrated by: Wayne Shepherd
  • Length: 3 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 05-18-09
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Crossway Audio
  • 4.4 (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Each week thousands of Christians will sing "Amazing Grace" at church, paying lip service to one of the most phenomenal aspects of Christianity, yet walking away untouched by its magnitude. They pay mental assent to the concept, but their hearts are untouched. Breathing Grace is a unique look at a topic that stands at the very core of the Christian faith. Dr. Harry Kraus, best-selling author and practicing surgeon, reveals the gospel of grace through a series of medical metaphors, predominantly the physiology of our need for and the utilization of oxygen. The clinical flavor of the book brings to life a subject that many Christians have failed to grasp and incorporate into their daily lives, illustrating our need, God's provision, and the moment-by-moment inflow and exhalation of grace to a starving world. Includes study questions for individual and group use.
©2007 Harry Kraus; (P)2009 Crossway Audio
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By Jeannine on 07-09-15

Excellent book.

I would recommend this book to anyone that is seeking a closer relationship with God.

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By Keron on 10-30-09

Struggled with constant Medical metaphors

I laboured through the first chapter of this book, thinking,
'Give it a chance',
endured the second chapter, thinking,
'It'll get better'
by half way through the forth chapter - I turned it off - too much hospital/medical talk (obviously what the author really knows about) and not enough about grace. Have deleted from my ipod.

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