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  • Paperback: 189 pages
  • Publisher: Harvest House (May 1 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0736916393
  • ISBN-13: 978-0736916394
  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 14 x 21.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 204 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #85,522 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Steve McVey is the president of Grace Walk Ministries, a discipleship-training ministry based in the southeastern U.S. He has authored the bestselling Grace Walk (over 250,000 sold), The Grace Walk Devotional, Walking in the Will of God, and 52 Lies Heard in Church Every Sunday, and has also coauthored Helping Others Overcome Addictions. He and his wife reside in Georgia.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael Taylor on May 13 2004
Format: Paperback
McVey has written an excellent book challenging the Christian to live in the power of God's grace instead of fleshly self-sufficiency.
Among the excellent points covered include:
1. God's view of success differs from the world's view.
2. Definition of the flesh. Before God will work in and through us, we must stop relying on fleshly self-confidence.
3. The futility of trying to live the Christian life in fleshy self-effort.
4. Our relationship with Jesus Christ is based on grace, not rules and regulations. Church activity without Jesus is powerless.
5. The exchanged life vs. the flesh life and promises God gives us for victorious living.
6. Reasons to live based on a relationship with Jesus instead of Christian values.
7. Evangelism based on grace is the overflow of a joyous relationship with Jesus Christ.
8. Grace is characterized by calm confidence in God's sovereignty, timing, and methods.
While God's grace is the dominant theme in this book, the author does not excuse liberty at the expense of being a positive witness.
Read and be encouraged to let God be your life instead of you trying to live the Christian life. There is a difference!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Feb. 17 2004
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I cannot recommend this book highly enough. This book has changed my life and how I view the Christian life.
This book has helped me to be set free from the bondage of legalism and the incredibly frustrating and exhausting cycle of trying and failing. For a long time, I felt that God was always disappointed in me and that no matter how much I did, it was never enough. This book has also helped me realize that I was trying to live the Christian life through self-effort. This book also helped me to realize that I should be doing Christian things like reading the Bible, going to church etc, because I want to. Not because I feel like I have to. This book has lifted a huge weight off my shoulders and my heart.
If you feel trapped in the cycle of trying and failing, like I was, read this book. Steve is very vulnerable about his own struggles in this area. This book is a breath of fresh air and will change your life. This book will also help you to understand that you are not alone in your struggles. Others have been through the same thing. It will also remind you that God cares and understands.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 22 1999
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The idea that God doesn't call us to do what we are able to do, but places our calling just beyond our own self-sufficiency so that "no flesh should glory in His presence" is a truth McVey has discovered. That we need not ask God for strength, but instead let Him perfect His own strength through our weakness is not something we have not read in the Bible. It is there! We simply read over it and never realize what it is saying. For too long, too many Christians have sung "Christ is all I need" but lived "I did it my way." This important book is as clear and understandable as anything written any where about the principle of Christ living His life through the believer. I tell my seminary students it is a must read, in fact it is an assignment which requires a book review. To me it is essential that tomorrows Christian leaders understand clearly that the "abundant life" is nothing less than the sufficiency of Christ. It is life. Grace Walk makes clear the truth that Jesus Christ did not come to earth to make bad people good, but to make dead people live. Thank God for Dr. McVey and for the wonderful blessing this book has been and will be to untold thousands.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By arkr on Feb. 15 2004
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This book personally ministered to me at a time when I felt again overwhelmed by the cycle of repeating the walk, to walk, to fall, to repent, to repeat.
Instead, in very concrete terms McVey helps to remove any notions left in my heart that I will somehow please God or displease God by my actions. It's a refreshing book that offers real help not through WORKS or review of the LAW, but simply by focus on CHRIST AND HIS GRACE.
Wow! I needed to read this, and will read it again and again as a key ingredient to protect and live on with fullness in Christ.
One wonderful quote as an example of setting me free from work and law was this:
"Luke said that Martha was distracted from Jesus. What caused her attention to be distracted away from Jesus? Serving Him!"
Excellent book, highly recommended especially for those who struggle to live the full and rich life in Christ, and are hampered with struggles of self and world like I was.
Yes, I have already been set free -- now I can live like it! Romans 8:1
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 22 1999
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At the time that my church offered this book, I was in fervent prayer that God reveal to me the answers of another failed relationship I had been partnered in. I had begun taking assessments of every aspect of my actions! I read many different titles dealing with relationships. Brother Steve McVey's "Grace Walk" was NOT the answer I had anticipated. But I chose to pick up this book and quickly looked it over. Since the book's back cover states that, "Nothing you have ever done, nothing you could ever do, will match the incomparable joy of letting Jesus live His life through you." and feeling that I had sincerely done MY best to see the relationship succeed, I went home and began to eagerly devour the pages to find a sense of "self-righteousness" along with "self-preservation" with regards to my abilities while involved with my "ex". What I found was an easy to read and easy to comprehend source of information that EXPOSED the exact problems that "I" have struggled with for so many "Christ-served" years. OUCH!! I was confident that I had learned the proper "love-languages" necessary for success in the relationship, and spoke them with great ease! (Maybe too much ease, as you will see!) For this behavior gave way to what is described in the book as "An Attitude of Independence." A self-serving style of thinking that gave birth to specific sins in my life! I became overwhelmed with a "service approach" to the relationship and became delusional in believing that "I" was the one who controlled the continuation of the partnership, solely by my service to her.Read more ›
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