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Although the cross is God's decisive deed in human history, the full meaning of it is far too much for a mere human mind to grasp. But through Henry Blackaby's careful examination, the cross becomes not a doctrine, but an experience. You'll be overwhelmed with the utter significance of Christ's death, leading you to a stronger sense of God's power in your daily life. Steeped in the Blackaby distinctive of constant encouragement toward your personal experience of God, and firmly rooted in Scripture, this book exposes the tragic result of a casual attitude toward the sin in our lives that made the cross necessary. Learn to surrender to the deeper dimensions of the cross, so that nothing can block the Lord's presence and power in your life!
©2005 Henry Blackaby; (P)2005 Oasis Audio LLC
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By John on 01-16-06

A must read

Henry Blackaby does a wonderful job in this text to help us understand the place of the cross in each believers life. The audio and narration was very easy to listen to and I have listrened to it 3 times since I bought it. I will be coming back to this book in the future as well.

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By Kelly on 11-03-08

distracting

the content of this book is great. however, the person reading this book sounds like a radio announcer. every sentence sounds more like a broadcast, than a heart felt message. it is nearly impossible for me to listen to this book (as it is), and concentrate on the content.

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