One Bloody Road
- The Glorious Way of Discipleship
- Narrated by: Steve Bremner
- Length: 5 hrs and 20 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 03-19-18
- Language: English
- Publisher: Kingdom Advancing LLC
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Through the cross we share His blood and through Christ's blood we share the DNA of heaven. But we must walk the walk. This audiobook is a call to the one road of true discipleship - the road walked by the first disciples and the early church. The road largely avoided and forgotten in today's discipleship plans and programs.
One Bloody Road is a call back to the glorious way of discipleship on which Christ himself is found. It is the road by which we can live forever in the fullness of God's eternal family and on which we can see heaven manifest in this world.
This road to eternal life, paved with Jesus' own pain and glory, starts wherever and whenever you will lay your life down for Him.
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By A. Roach on 06-10-18
Real, Raw, Revelatory!!!
This book is written by an author who has lived its content. The understanding that Garrett brings forth is by way of experience but is rooted in the text of Scripture. The message in One Bloody Road is what is needed by so many of us today who want to be called a disciple of Christ. Arousing from the slumber of American society with its Christian sublet unto the way of the Master Jesus who has shown us the path we are to walk no matter where we find ourselves in this world. Foundational and rooted in the heart of God J.G. Garrett brings us to a place of soul searching and hope found in the love of Christ and the cross of Christ.
The narrator did a great job and really brought the content across in a personable and effective way.
A must read / listen to title.
By The Warrior on 05-22-18
Slow Start, but Great Book
One Bloody Road started very slow for me, but as it advanced the book started revealing an excellence that was hard to decifer early on. Steve's voice is great and easy to follow. Overall a great book, even if it started slow.