|Size:||5.0 in x 7.0 in|
|Published:||May 31, 2013|
For Christians, weakness should be a way of life. Yet most of us try desperately to be sufficient on our own, and we resent our limitations and our needs.
Renowned theologian and Bible teacher J. I. Packer reflects on his experience of weakness—having been hit by a bread truck at a young age and now facing the realities of aging—in order to teach us the importance of embracing our own frailty, and also to help us look to Christ for strength, affirmation, and contentment. Find here a path from discouragement to freedom in light of our all-sufficient God.
Table of Contents
1. About Weakness
2. Christ and the Christian’s Calling
3. Christ and the Christian’s Giving
4. Christ and the Christian’s Hoping