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BoastingWhen We Boast Right, We Live Right, and We Bear Much Fruit to God’s Honor

Boasting

When We Boast Right, We Live Right, and We Bear Much Fruit to God’s Honor

Josh Moody
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Description

In a competitive and self–centred world, living a humble and God–centred life is incredibly challenging. Additionally, when the Bible tells us to ‘boast in the hope of the glory of God’ our worldly minds are confused. Isn’t boasting something that Christians should avoid?  

In response, Josh Moody studies Paul’s intention in Romans 5:2 and aims to improve your understanding of it in an easily readable way.

Moody guides us through the positive and negative types of boasting presented in the Bible, and leads us to understand the impact of boasting on our lives: past, present and future.

On reading this book, we can understand that boasting biblically involves not only losing self, but gaining self as well in our rightly orientated positive force for what is best, beautiful and godly.

Josh Moody

About Josh Moody

Josh Moody is Senior Pastor of College Church in Wheaton, Illinois.

Specifications

  • Author: Josh Moody
  • Release Date: December 2018
  • Pages: 256
  • Format: Large trade paperback
  • Dimensions: 216 x 138
  • ISBN: 9781527102392
  • Imprint: Christian Focus
  • Category: Christian Life > Spiritual Growth

Endorsements

Josh Moody takes us on a tour of the scriptures that speak about boasting. Building on the foundation of Paul’s teaching, especially in Romans but ranging through the two testaments he carefully shows us how the right kind of boasting is an excellent Christian virtue.

Graham Nicholls, Director, Affinity, Cambridge, UK

A wonderful theme! This survey of boasting in the Bible warns us against arrogant pride.  But we are also warned against spiritual timidity; we need to boast more in the Lord, and the blessings of salvation. Such rejoicing is the path to a healthy spiritual life, and a positive Christ–centred testimony.

Bill James, Principal, London Seminary, London, UK
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