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Book Review: The Road to New Life

By Guest Author On December 2, 2010 Under Personal Development

The Road to New Life, by Phil Rehberg, is your personal road map to a deeper, more meaningful relationship with God. Each chapter leads you step by step through the plan of salvation, giving you clear insight into the Biblical truths of confession, repentance, believing in Jesus Christ as your Savior, and surrendering your life to Him.

Each chapter concludes with thought-provoking questions intended to facilitate prayer and reflection, giving you an opportunity to apply the salvation message to your life. Throughout the book there are also prayers that relate to each chapter and are specifically designed to help you express your needs and desires to God.

The final chapter of The Road to New Life gives you the tools you need to lead a life that reflects your commitment to Christ. This chapter explains how to experience the gift of the Holy Spirit and deepen your relationship with God through scripture reading and prayer. It also details the importance of developing relationships with other believers and the intrinsic value of being a child of God.

The book concludes with an Appendix, which gives you an in-depth look at the problems inherent to teaching a shallow version of the salvation message. This section emphasizes repentance and the importance of understanding the cost of surrendering your life to Jesus Christ.

The Road to New Life is an invaluable resource, both to those seeking to rekindle their decision to follow Christ and to those choosing Him for the first time. It also serves as an excellent witnessing tool for Christians who want to learn how to effectively share their faith. Enriched with several real-life examples, this book will inspire you to surrender your own life to Christ and give you a richer understanding of the deeper truths of the salvation message.

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