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<transcy>Only Jesus: What It Really Means to Be Saved (En Jésus seul - La véritable signification du salut) </transcy>

John MacArthur
by Impact
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What did Jesus mean when he said, "Follow me"? In this book, John MacArthur makes it clear that the gospel, as Jesus preached it, is a call to deny oneself and serve the Lord, inevitably producing radical changes in the life of the believer. This is a call that cannot be followed by our own forces. However, it can be answered when we understand that the gospel is a call to faith, and that genuine faith produces a heart that continually and willingly submits to the Lord Jesus Christ. In Jesus alone prompts us to examine the gospel that Jesus preached in order to better understand the true path to salvation. The Lord Jesus is the only one to whom we must turn to hear “the words of eternal life” (Jn 6:68).

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John MacArthur (D. Div., Talbot Theological Seminary) is a pastor-teacher at Grace Community Church, a church in Sun Valley, California. His preaching ministry by exhibition is unmatched in scope and influence. He is the author of numerous bestsellers, including The MacArthur Commentaries on the New Testament.

Table of contents

Introduction - Dying to oneself

1. Master and slaves
2. What Is the Message of the Gospel?
3. We must be born again
4. In Spirit and in Truth
5. The Good News for Sinners
6. He finds and saves those who are lost
7. Repentance
8. The Nature of True Faith
9. The Promise of Justification
10. The Cost of Living as a Disciple
11. The cross


Original title : Only Jesus: What It Really Means to Be Saved
Author : John MacArthur
Publisher : Impact
Publication : March 2021
ISBN : 978-2-89082-446-1
Pages : 164
Dimensions : 5 "x7"
Format : paperback
Weight : 152 g

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L'impide comme de l'eau

J'ai rarement lu un livre pour être aussi claire pour expliquer le salut de Dieu. Vraiment pas besoin d'être un érudit de la bible afin de comprendre ces commentaires, et il explique en ce servant de la bible elle-même et ces explications ne sont pas tirées par les cheveux afin de leur faire dire n'importe quoi.