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“Becoming a Christian means being sick of your sin, longing for forgiveness and rescue from present evil and future hell, and affirming your commitment to the lordship of Christ to the point where you are willing to forsake everything. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: it isn’t just holding up your hand or walking down an aisle and saying, ‘I love Jesus.’” (John MacArthur)

Best-selling author and pastor John MacArthur brings his deep knowledge of Scripture to this foundational subject. Step by step, he walks through the impact of God’s sovereignty, our submission, the characteristics of holy living, and our assurance of salvation.
MacArthur makes the case that the Christian life is full and rich - but not easy. It requires sacrifice, perseverance, and transformation in the ongoing process of becoming more like Christ. And it is absolutely worth the cost.
©2012 John MacArthur (P)2012 Oasis Audio
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By Mary Robinson on 11-19-17

Inspiring AudioBook by John MacArthur

What a wonderful and inspiring book.As usual John MacArthur is a great teacher and preacher I love all of his books.

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By Phillip on 12-18-16

Another excellent book by John MacArthur!

This book is an excellent explanation of the role of Christ as ruler in the believer's life and how that ties directly into sanctification. I especially appreciated the explanations about sin in a believer's life and how believers sin but want to stop and want to be different. Therefore someone who enjoys their sin and does not desire to change cannot be a believer. As always, John MacArthur supported each of his points with scripture and I thought made several great points I have not heard elsewhere.

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