The Discipline of Grace

by Jerry Bridges     |     Book Summary


Author: Jerry Bridges
Publisher: NavPress
Date: April 3, 2018 (Original: November 1994)
Pages: 352

Book Summary of The Discipline of Grace by Jerry Bridges


What is grace? How does it relate to becoming holy? Many Christians have these exact questions but are often met with unsatisfactory answers. For many, the fear of legalism far outweighs the fear of ungodly living. However, with a proper understanding of the gospel and its impact on sanctification Christians can learn to rely on God’s grace to pursue the holiness they are called to.

In The Discipline of Grace, Bridges presents the importance of understanding grace for both salvation and sanctification. With this perspective, he gives readers some important practical implications and disciplines for how to live in light of the gospel.





The Discipline of Grace

by Jerry Bridges

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of The Discipline of Grace by Jerry Bridges

AuthorJerry Bridges
PublisherNavPress
DateApril 3, 2018 (Original: November 1994)
Pages352


Overview:

What is grace? How does it relate to becoming holy? Many Christians have these exact questions but are often met with unsatisfactory answers. For many, the fear of legalism far outweighs the fear of ungodly living. However, with a proper understanding of the gospel and its impact on sanctification Christians can learn to rely on God’s grace to pursue the holiness they are called to.

In The Discipline of Grace, Bridges presents the importance of understanding grace for both salvation and sanctification. With this perspective, he gives readers some important practical implications and disciplines for how to live in light of the gospel.