Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands

by Paul David Tripp     |     Book Summary


Author: Paul David Tripp
Publisher: P&R
Date: 2002
Pages: 376

Book Summary of Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands by Paul David Tripp


The subtitle explains it all: “People in need of change helping people in need of change.” This is a book about one-on-one personal ministry within the life of the church. Christians do not need to be trained in counseling techniques in order to understand when they are in need of change. Moreover, God has placed them in the lives of others to help them to become more like Christ.

God has called His children to be ambassadors. Change happens as the message of the King, found in the Bible, is brought to bear on the struggles and sins of His people. There are four elements of personal change: love, know, speak, and do. These do not represent a process but make up the ingredients for personal change, and they are the essential elements for biblical ministry.





Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands

by Paul David Tripp

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands by Paul David Tripp

AuthorPaul David Tripp
PublisherP&R
Date2002
Pages376


Overview:

The subtitle explains it all: “People in need of change helping people in need of change.” This is a book about one-on-one personal ministry within the life of the church. Christians do not need to be trained in counseling techniques in order to understand when they are in need of change. Moreover, God has placed them in the lives of others to help them to become more like Christ.

God has called His children to be ambassadors. Change happens as the message of the King, found in the Bible, is brought to bear on the struggles and sins of His people. There are four elements of personal change: love, know, speak, and do. These do not represent a process but make up the ingredients for personal change, and they are the essential elements for biblical ministry.