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God So Loved, He Gave sample up on Scribd

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Kelly Kapic has written a new theology of generosity, God So Loved, He Gave: Entering the Movement of Divine Generosity. The sample chapter went live on Scribd today. Here's a few endorsements that might interest you too:

Here is a rich portrayal of redemption! In God So Loved, He Gave we are challenged to don the familiar story of salvation as a vestment more precious than the king’s crown jewels. As we robe ourselves we take delight in the story’s often surprising and baffling, but always precious, truths. Sparkling quotes enliven each chapter. — Bruce Waltke, Author, An Old Testament Theology

The Heidelberg Catechism tells us that “It is impossible that those grafted into Christ by true faith should not bring forth fruits of thankfulness.” This book by Kelly Kapic shows why. It shows biblically and theologically anyone who grasps the nature of God and of his gospel will live a life poured out in acts of generosity, especially to the poorest and most needy. I’m glad to recommend it. — Tim Keller, Pastor, Redeemer Presbyterian Church, New York City

God So Loved, He Gave - by Kelly M. Kapic, Excerpt

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