From the back cover:
Rich Miller has spent his ministry trying to help people accept, and then keep accepting, God’s perfect grace. As president of Freedom in Christ Ministries he helped develop the Grace Course which teaches this concept. In 40 Days of Grace, he has gathered his lifetime of reflections into devotional readings that thoroughly explore what it means to live a grace-filled life.
The funny thing about this book was that I often felt like I wasn’t getting anything out of it but then as I would talk to my Bible study group I would remember something I read that totally applied and share it with them.
This book is full of nuggets of wisdom. Little things you will grasp and not want to let go of.
I discovered, through this book. that I really don’t have a very good understanding of grace and I still feel unworthy of what I do understand.
I really liked when the author talked about guilt is a fact not a feeling. Wow. So often as a child I felt guilty. Now I know I felt that way because of abuse done to me, but I wasn’t guilty. You can be guilty and never feel that way. This is a nugget I will remember.
I enjoyed how the author used a very relaxed tone with his prayers at the end of each days reading. They sounded like something I would cry out, not forced and fake.
A good book for a deeper look at God’s grace.
A copy of this book was given to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.