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A Christian's Pocket Guide to Growing in Holiness (English Edition) di [Fesko, J V]
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No true Christian wants to keep on sinning. Yet the battle seems unwinnable. For every slain opponent two more emerge from the shadows. And to make matters worse, an endless stream of pundits are on hand with conflicting combat tactics: 'Try harder. Do more.' 'It's a matter of mind over matter.' 'Imitate Christ. Ask, What would Jesus Do?' 'Take a break. Even if you yield to every known sin, you're still a winner because Christ has forgiven everything.'
In the Bible we find a more coherent and realistic approach to growing in holiness. Victory over sin does not come to the spiritual sluggard. Effort is essential. Even so, self-transformation is not possible. 'Sanctification is by faith alone in Christ alone.' The gospel is not just for day one of the Christian life; it's for the whole journey.
How do we grow in holiness? We grow through the word of God and prayer and sacraments. This book will help us find the benefits of growing in Christ for which there is no substitute.

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5.0 su 5 stelle Great. 6 maggio 2017
Di Mark V. Groen - Pubblicato su
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Great, short book on sanctification. Very practical. The section on what sanctification is not, is particularly helpful. Kindle version was sketchy on some text being out of place. It fixed if I changed the font size.
5.0 su 5 stelle Short and yet deep 23 aprile 2017
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Excellent book on sanctification. Though it is a pocket guide, the author takes his readers to great depths of truth and thought. Very helpful. I highly recommend it.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Great book 28 gennaio 2014
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This is an excellent introduction to the study of sanctification. It is straight forward and easily understandable. Fesko does a great job defining and applying the doctrine of sanctification and then warns of the dangers that may come when we don't have a grasp on what it means to grow in holiness.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Very Useful 19 settembre 2013
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Those who love Jesus Christ must be concerned with their own personal holiness, or sanctification. This book is an excellent introduction to the biblical doctrine of sanctification. Fesko presents sanctification clearly from Scripture in three brief chapters followed by a select list of recommended resources for further reading.
He roots sanctification in the believer's union with Christ and utter dependence on the person of the Holy Spirit. He also steers a clear path between a large number of imbalanced and unbiblical views of the doctrine, presenting a balanced Reformed approach to personal holiness.
Some will fault Fesko for not treating what John Murray termed, "definitive sanctification." Definitive sanctification refers to those passages of Scripture that describe sanctification in terms of a decisive once for all break with the power of sin in distinction from the process of growing in personal godliness. In Fesko's defense, Murray's terminology is relatively new in the history of the church. Classic manuals on sanctification do not use it. He also clearly includes the fact that sanctification begins with the new birth and that Christ breaks the reigning power of sin in our lives when we are united to him by faith.
Fesko excellently conjoins the corporate and individual aspects of sanctification. Much of the New Testament teaching on personal obedience to the Lord requires a relation to other Christians in the context of the church. He stresses the necessity of corporate prayer, public preaching, and observing the sacraments in addition to practices such as Bible reading and private prayer. This flows from his treatment of the individual and corporate aspects of salvation in chapter one.
This reviewer takes issue with one statement in this book. Fesko states that the law is not a means of sanctification for the Christian (50). This initially sounds alarming, since God writes the law on the hearts of his people with the pen of the Holy Spirit. However, Fesko later describes the Christian life clearly in terms of the Spirit of God using the Law of God to conform believers to the image of Christ (57). It is difficult for this reviewer to understand how these two assertions are compatible. The Law is a divinely appointed means of sanctification in a manner comparable to how the Scriptures in general are a means of sanctification. Just as the Word of God is a means of grace for believers, so is the Law of God as it is a special part of the Word. If anything, the Law is the preeminent means of sanctification, even though it is not the cause of sanctification. Christ is the cause of sanctification, through the Spirit, using the Law as a means of conforming us to His image. Fesko's seems to be that the Law cannot sanctify us by its own power. This point is vital and believers forget it at their peril.
This book is a good introduction to a vital topic. May the Lord help readers lay its teachings up in their hearts and practice it in their lives.

Ryan M. McGraw
First OPC, Sunnyvale CA
(Published Previously in Puritan Reformed Journal)
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