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If I commit sin, do I lose my salvation? "Once the desire to linger in sin becomes stronger than one's desire to belong to Christ, the perilous point of unbelief has been reached." How do I go about fighting the same persistent temptation? "If you fall, at least fall forward. Habits can form incredibly deep grooves..." Can God bring any good out of my temptations? "Instead of having to take it or leave it, God has offered us the option to take it and weave it. We can honestly come away from temptation stronger than when we left it." Is it possible to strengthen the willpower? "Our willpower is teachable. It is easy to abuse. But it is flexible. It is easy to mislead. It has a 'limited warranty.' But if destroyed, it can also be completely restored." These questions and more are examined in a practical manner for everyday living. You will glean much from the author's insight by way of his straightforward and conversational writing style.About the Author:
Joseph Seaborn is an ordained minister in The Wesleyan Church. He holds degrees from Southern Wesleyan University, Asbury Seminary, Harvard Divinity School and Boston University.
He and his wife, Mary Nalley Seaborn, have three children, Mary Joy, Joseph III and Jerolyn. Dr. Seaborn is currently pastor of College Wesleyan Church, Marion, Indiana.
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Book Description Wesleyan Publishing House, 1993. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0898270987