An Unexplainable Life: Recovering the Wonder and Devotion of the Early Church, Acts 1-12 by: Erica Wiggenhorn

An Unexplainable Life: Recovering the Wonder and Devotion of the Early Church, Acts 1-12An Unexplainable Life: Recovering the Wonder and Devotion of the Early Church, Acts 1-12 by Erica Wiggenhorn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

An Unexplainable Life is realizing how big our God really is…do our prayers reflect a small God or a big God. But not only our prayers, but how we live life, our faith…because when we are more concerned about Jesus’ name being exalted and the message of salvation spreading, than we in confidence of faith and wonder our lives begin to look differently…they begin to look unexplainable.

A ten week study on the book of Acts where the early church in devotion to prayer, each other, the word of God exploded Christianity. Where Christianity was not tolerated, where freedom of religion was not known, people came to salvation. Each chapter you get out your bible and read a portion of Acts out loud. With commentary and questions, you uncover the wonder of the early church. The wonder of the church started with the understanding the depths of God forgiveness. Being grateful for salvation only leads to a humble heart that your attitude becomes of Christ in sharing that salvation with others. Even others that do not deserve salvation but because you know that you do not deserve the grace of God, in love and grace extend to others what God has freely given you. But with any church, there is tension, and the study reflects that as well.

A study to remember the joy of your salvation, how the early church rose above the conflict and tension, and exalted the name of Jesus.

A Special Thank you to Moody Publishing and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.

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