God's Best-Kept Secret
Christianity Is Easier Than You Think
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What if God never meant for us to try so hard?
What if overcoming sin doesn't mean we have to rely on our own self-control?
What if loving others isn't about saying and doing all the right things?
What if suffering isn't designed to teach us lessons?
What if we could feel closer to God without doing anything?
In God's Best-Kept Secret, Mark Maulding, founder of Grace Life International, explodes our preconceived notions about living the Christian life, freeing us to stop just going through the motions and to instead experience true fulfillment. Illuminating commonly misunderstood Bible verses, Mark shows us that following God is not as complicated as we often make it out to be.
And, in fact, the answer to our struggles has been hiding in plain sight all along.
"A marvelous journey to discover your identity in Christ and how to live by grace. Reading this book will be one of the best decisions you've ever made!"--Derwin Gray, lead pastor of Transformation Church; author of Limitless Life
"Maulding wonderfully unpacks what God has clearly told us but few of us have grasped: the Christian life is not about our striving effort but about Christ living in us."--David Gregory, New York Times bestselling author of Dinner with a Perfect Stranger
"This book carries the potential to change your entire outlook on God and life itself. Prepare to be surprised and encouraged."--Andrew Farley, bestselling author of The Naked Gospel; host of Andrew Farley LIVE on Sirius XM
Mark Maulding is founder of Grace Life International, one of the largest Christian counseling and teaching ministries in America. A speaker, counselor, and leadership coach, Maulding is a regular blogger who is passionate about sharing the transforming message of God's grace with a world in desperate need of it. He and his wife, Ellen, have four adult children and live in North Carolina.
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