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Victory in Christ

Steven Cramer


Victory in Christ"This book gives incredible insight as to how we can master our weaknesses and overcome the most difficult of mortal challenges."
      óJ. R. Johansen, Evergreen International Board of Trustees

As mortals living in a fallen world, each of us is subject to the limitations and downward pull of the flesh.  At times, we may think of our body as a prison rather than as a temple.  Thankfully, the Lord has filled the scriptures with instructions regarding what we should and should not do with the various parts of our body.

"If we ignore these instructions for our spiritual anatomy, we will find ourselves prisoners to the carnal flesh, spiraling downward into captivity and forfeiting our rightful place in the next life," writes best-selling author Steven A. Cramer.  "But as we do our best to apply the Lordís counsel for each part of our bodies, we make it possible for Christ to rescue us from the Fall and give us a newness of life in His image."

Victory in Christ offers hope and encouragement that leads to victory through the love and atonement of Jesus Christ.  It will help you live in a temple body worthy of the companionship of the Holy Spirit.

"In a time when life seems to be getting more hectic each day, it brings great comfort and peace to be reminded that our Savior is aware of our condition and has provided a way that we may take upon us His image."
     óDr. Ken Middleton, Layton, Utah

 

Excerpt:

True mental and emotional healing requires us to surrender our memories of past mistakes to the Lord just as Alma did, and then, being willing to let go of them, to press forward and make the future what God would wish it to be.  Paul realized that he had not yet attained the perfection the Lord commanded us to seek, but he knew it was important to let go of his past mistakes and focus on the goals of the future.

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