Unlimited Grace - The Heart Chemistry That Frees from Sin and Fuels the Christian Life
About Unlimited Grace
Confusion about the nature of God’s grace can easily lead to an unhealthy concern about the security of our salvation on the one hand or the belief that we don’t need to strive for holiness on the other. Do we know the real meaning of grace as described in Scripture? In this gentle and compassionate book, pastor Bryan Chapell explains how grace not only frees us from sin, but also serves as fuel for the Christian life. By explaining why grace is important and helping us to see evidence of God’s grace in all of Scripture, Chapell shows us the transformation that occurs when God’s grace produces gratitude within us, leading to heartfelt obedience.
“In Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell draws our attention to the amazing grace of God. Many Christians struggle to understand and apply God’s grace personally. The church often struggles to apply the grace of God corporately. The unbelieving world desperately needs to hear the message of grace. In light of these realities, I am thrilled to see this needed, Christ-centered, and readable book. I wholeheartedly recommend it!”
Tony Merida, Lead Pastor, Imago Dei Church, Raleigh, North Carolina; author, Ordinary
“Chapell unpacks how the entire Christian life, from beginning to end, is by grace. The deepest message of the Bible and the ministry of Jesus Christ is the extravagant grace of God to sinners and sufferers. This good news is necessary to avoid the pitfalls of minimizing both the assurance of salvation and sanctification. Unlimited Grace celebrates God’s grace for all of life as it addresses head-on the practical and honest questions about what this looks like in real life.”
Justin S. Holcomb, Episcopal Priest; Professor of Christian Thought, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary; coauthor, Rid of My Disgrace and Is It My Fault?
“Bryan Chapell shows how God’s love transforms us from the inside out. The questions he recommends we bring to the biblical text (such as, what does this passage teach me about God the Redeemer?) are ones I recommend for teachers and leaders tasked with delivering God’s Word on a regular basis. Let this book remind you that the power of God’s love is what moves us to obedience!”
Trevin Wax, Managing Editor, The Gospel Project; author, Gospel-Centered Teaching, Counterfeit Gospels, and Holy Subversion