The Imperfect Disciple

by Jared Wilson     |     Book Summary


Author: Jared Wilson
Publisher: Baker Books
Date: May 2, 2017
Pages: 242

Book Summary of The Imperfect Disciple by Jared Wilson


Self-help does not work. The problem with ourselves is ourselves and we need something outside ourselves if we hope to grow in grace.

That’s the wonderful news of the Christian gospel. The gospel is not something to be used to “get into” Christianity. The gospel sustains believers to the end. The gospel is for imperfect disciples who need grace daily.

Jared Wilson writes, “I tend to think that a lot of the ways the evangelical church teaches discipleship seem designed for people who don’t appear to really need it.” (p. 13)

In The Imperfect Disciple we see the gospel really is for sinners. Those who do not have it all together. Those who are weak. Those who are lost.

Too many Christians put forth a strong front, all the while wondering inside if they are good enough. The reality is they are not. No one is. Thus the need for the gospel. Jesus is good enough and His work is sufficient to save sinners and keep them growing in Him throughout their life. Grace really is amazing.





The Imperfect Disciple

by Jared Wilson

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of The Imperfect Disciple by Jared Wilson

AuthorJared Wilson
PublisherBaker Books
DateMay 2, 2017
Pages242


Overview:

Self-help does not work. The problem with ourselves is ourselves and we need something outside ourselves if we hope to grow in grace.

That’s the wonderful news of the Christian gospel. The gospel is not something to be used to “get into” Christianity. The gospel sustains believers to the end. The gospel is for imperfect disciples who need grace daily.

Jared Wilson writes, “I tend to think that a lot of the ways the evangelical church teaches discipleship seem designed for people who don’t appear to really need it.” (p. 13)

In The Imperfect Disciple we see the gospel really is for sinners. Those who do not have it all together. Those who are weak. Those who are lost.

Too many Christians put forth a strong front, all the while wondering inside if they are good enough. The reality is they are not. No one is. Thus the need for the gospel. Jesus is good enough and His work is sufficient to save sinners and keep them growing in Him throughout their life. Grace really is amazing.




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