Practical • Biblical • Cross-Cultural
Doug Britton Legacy Newsletter — December 5, 2019
I have counseled thousands of individuals and couples. Over and over people have told me, “I know God forgives me, but I don’t feel forgiven.” In these two new online Bible studies, you will read insights that help people break free from condemnation, guilt, and shame.
You will also read about Living by Grace, a book that many people have studied as they learned to trust in and enjoy God’s love and forgiveness.
Plus, you will read about a different kind of couple’s book on finances. Although it deals with practical issues such as giving, saving, and budgeting, it mainly helps married couples examine their attitudes about money.
New online Bible study — Receive and Accept God’s Forgiveness
The insights and practical steps in this Bible study are simple yet profound. You—or people you are counseling—will discover the freedom that comes from truly accepting and enjoying God’s forgiveness regardless of what you have done.
Receive and Accept God’s Forgiveness
New online Bible study — Don’t Think You are a Uniquely Bad Person
Once when I spoke at a Sunday morning church service on depression, I asked how many people thought there was something uniquely bad or wrong about themselves—something that made them feel different from other Christians, something that kept them from enjoying the peace and joy Jesus promised. Over half the people raised their hands. In this Bible study, you will read key Bible-based insights that help people break free from this attitude.
Do You Think You are a Uniquely Bad Person?
Featured book — Living by Grace
This book will show you how to believe God (not your feelings), be strengthened by God’s love, and rest secure in his forgiveness. Plus, you will learn how to live life as an adventure and trust in God’s power—not your own.
Living by Grace
Featured book — Putting Money in its Place
In this practical, Bible-based book you will discover insights and tools that will help you get out of debt, make good financial decisions, give generously, spend wisely, make a spending plan, and prepare for the future. Although this book was written for married couples, its practical Bible-based advice also applies to singles.
Putting Money in its Place
That’s it for today. May God continue to direct and bless you in your personal life and in your ministry to others.
Doug Britton, President
LifeTree Books and LifeTree Institute
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Citrus Heights CA 95610