Uncommon Sense

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Is it possible that life in Christ isn’t “working” for many believers because they’re still trying to live according to the world’s system?

In this straightforward weapon of mass victory, author Michelle Stimpson exposes widely accepted beliefs that pose as “common sense” but actually contradict the gospel of Christ.

With biblical reference, Michelle deconstructs worldly ideals such as:

• You Need High Self-Esteem in Order to Succeed
(No, you don’t. You need high God-esteem.)

• Experience is the Best Teacher
(No, it’s not. The Holy Spirit is the best teacher.)

• People need tough love
(Our love for others cannot be “tougher” than God’s love for us.)

• You Need to Balance Your Christian Life with Your Real Life
(Your life in Christ is your real life.)

Believers will leave this book with both a greater revelation of the finished work of Christ and an ear to recognize deceptive philosophies that undermine the very power at work in their lives.

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Uncommon Sense

Submitted: January 28, 2013

Is it possible that life in Christ isn’t “working” for many believers because they’re still trying to live according to the world’s system?

In this straightforward weapon of mass victory, author Michelle Stimpson exposes widely accepted beliefs that pose as “common sense” but actually contradict the gospel of Christ.

With biblical reference, Michelle deconstructs worldly ideals such as:

• You Need High Self-Esteem in Order to Succeed
(No, you don’t. You need high God-esteem.)

• Experience is the Best Teacher
(No, it’s not. The Holy Spirit is the best teacher.)

• People need tough love
(Our love for others cannot be “tougher” than God’s love for us.)

• You Need to Balance Your Christian Life with Your Real Life
(Your life in Christ is your real life.)

Believers will leave this book with both a greater revelation of the finished work of Christ and an ear to recognize deceptive philosophies that undermine the very power at work in their lives. Read Chapter