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If Only I Knew... How God Can Accept Me
Chrispin, Gerard

If Only I Knew... How God Can Accept Me

ISBN: 9781846256547
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Book Description:

Do you find that sometimes your failures have not worried you at all? Unless, of course, you have been found out and have suffered as a result, or feared that you might suffer?

Have you sometimes experienced twinges of conscience, and wondered 'Why am I like this?'

Other times, have you ever felt really rotten inside? Have you asked yourself, 'Why does my heart seem so rotten?'

Before trusting Jesus as his Saviour, one violent young prisoner admitted, 'I felt dead inside towards God and other people'. Do you ever feel like that? Occasionally I have wondered, 'What does God think of me?' Do you ever ask that question?

Other booklets by the same author currently in the 'If only I knew…' series:
If only I knew how to find God today
If only I knew how to become a real Christian
If only I knew why God allows suffering
If only I knew how to find peace in terminal illness

These titles are revisions of booklets originally published in the 'How can…?' series


Gerard Chrispin, has written a number of books for DayOne and a series of How can…? booklets to help people to trust Christ. The first edition of The Resurrection -The Unopened Gift was published in 1999 and was his first book. It is also available in French. As a former criminal lawyer Gerard Chrispin knows how to handle evidence. As a Bible teacher, associate pastor, evangelist and author he wants his readers to know that Christ really rose again and what that can mean to them. Whether addressing church folks, conference attendees, prisoners or anyone else he has one aim: make the good news of Jesus Christ clear and simple. Married with three adult children and six grandchildren, Gerard is a former rugby player and cricketer.

Additional Information:

Cover: Booklet
Number of Pages: 31
Author: Chrispin, Gerard
Publisher: Day One Publications
Publication Date: 2019