A Gallery of Grace: 12 New Testament Pictures of the Christian Life

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Kregel Publications, 2002 - Religion - 176 pages
One of today's best Bible teachers and most effective communicators offers delightfully fresh insights into what it means to be a Christian by showing us twelve dynamic New Testament pictures of the Christian life. With characteristic doctrinal integrity and personal warmth, Dr. Wiersbe teaches us what it means to be, among other things, a sheep in God's flock, a pilgrim citizen, a stone in God's building, a priest at the altar, and a soldier in God's army.

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Contents

A Child in Gods Family
9
A Sheep in Gods Flock
23
A Pilgrim Citizen
37
A Member in Christs Body
51
A Priest at Gods Altar
67
A Stone in Gods Building
81
A Dedicated Debtor
95
A Soldier in Gods Army
111
A Runner in the Race
127
An Ambassador of the King
143
Seeds and Loaves of Bread
155
The New Creation
165
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Clergyman, author and lecturer Warren Wendell Wiersbe was born in East Chicago on May 16, 1929. He attended Indiana University, Roosevelt University and Northern Baptist Seminary. He was ordained in 1953 and was the pastor of a number of churches, including Moody Church in Chicago. He was the general director for the radio show, Back to the Bible, and is Writer-in-Residence at Cornerstone College and Distinguished Professor of Preaching at Grand Rapids Seminary. He has written more than one hundred books and is the Senior Contributing Editor for Baker Book House.

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