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Rich Grace in Poor SoilGrowing in the Master’s Grip

Rich Grace in Poor Soil

Growing in the Master’s Grip

Kenneth B. Wingate
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One of the most frequently used metaphors in the Bible to picture the Christian life is that of the vineyard producing fruit. Kenneth Wingate has done an excellent job drawing upon this rich imagery to convey the clear teaching of Scripture concerning our growing in grace. Easy to understand, yet challenging to live, this book will be a great help to your pursuit of personal holiness. May God use it to bring forth much fruit in your life.

Steven J. Lawson, President, OnePassion Ministries and Professor of Preaching,The Master’s Seminary, Sun Valley, California

Ken Wingate wants you to wallow in grace. In this manual for the Christian life he writes of deep grace with such a light touch—and good sense. Insights abound; the book is simply fun to read.

Dale Ralph Davis, Respected Author and Old Testament Scholar

Rich Grace in Poor Soil leads you to the very heart of God. For anyone who feels bruised, hurt or worn out, this book will refresh the soul. Written with a sharpness of insight and a flair for illustration, Rich Grace in Poor Soil is a tonic. 

Derek W. H. Thomas, Senior Minister of Preaching and Teaching, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina

Engaging and encouraging, this book digs into the deep soil of divine grace to display wonders that will lead its readers into praise. If you are looking to grow spiritually and enlarge your understanding of God’s marvelous ways, this is the book for you!

Richard D. Phillips, Senior Minister, Second Presbyterian Church, Greenville, South Carolina

Christians delight to read about grace in the way that happy families pore over old holiday photographs. In this book, Ken Wingate uses the Biblical image of a vineyard to unpack grace in its various and diverse aspects in a way that is both simple and profound. This is warm nourishment for the soul.

Iain Duguid, Professor of Old Testament, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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