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Knowing and Growing in Assurance of Faith

Narrated by: George W. Sarris
Length: 7 hrs and 54 mins
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Assurance of faith is the conviction that one belongs to Christ through faith and will enjoy everlasting salvation. It is more than believing the gospel - it is believing that these truths apply to you. Having assurance affects life in more ways than forgiveness of sin, alleviation of guilt, and salvation from the punishment of hell - it affects your whole being, firing up your affections for Christ, your unshakable trust in God, your burden for the unsaved and your joy in life and even death.

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  • 09-03-20

Excellent book, but...

I wish I had bought this on Kindle or hard copy. The book is excellent. I appreciate that the scripture references are included to support what he is saying. However, hearing them read is extremely distracting and ruins it for me. I made it less than 2 hours in. I will have to buy the book instead. If this wasn't already downloaded, I'd return it.

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  • 5Points buyer
  • 06-12-17

can't get through it

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

The tone of the author is difficult to take seriously. All the Bible references are distracting from the story. I think there's a good message in here but between the reference interruptions to the story and the reader's tone hard to take seriously I had to stop listening. Maybe it would be a good book in print.

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The Bible references are important but constantly interrupt the message.

How could the performance have been better?

Different tone, put references at end as endnotes.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

frustration

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