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We thought we were cured.
We thought so, but most of us unwittingly carried an old, dead perspective into our new life. We couldn’t measure up to a standard we created, so we convinced ourselves it was God’s. We read his words through our grid of shame and felt ourselves fall farther and farther behind. We took it out on each other; judging, comparing, faking, splintering. Some of us retreated from the whole charade, becoming cynical, mistrusting, jaded from hope. Our marriages, churches, families, friendships, our marketplaces, our culture . . . they all need the cure.
But God’s cures rarely come in the form we expect.
What if, indeed. God is not who we think he is…and neither are we?
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Posted by Carolyn Mata on 4th Jan 2016
Both The Cure & TrueFaced are 2 of the most influential books that I have ever read. I regularly quote phrases from them as they provide understandable insights to very basic life questions that most everyone has.
There are several principles/insights/life practices that I have been able to integrate into my life path. Each group that has gone through this has greatly benefitted.
Posted by Cheryl on 15th Dec 2015
This book is helping me on my journey and gives me hope. The Room of Grace is the safe place that we all long for. The authors give guidance without judgement and pretty much tear down the walls - but in such a wise, caring, "we've been there" kind of way. I feel a bit naive to believe there are people like me seeking authentic real relationships and I am starting to believe after reading "the cure". The true heart of Jesus and His desire for His Church - His bride - that's what's in here. Thank you / and make sure you use the scan codes - the resources are so encouraging.
Posted by Becky Hines on 23rd Nov 2015
I was intrigued by the tag, "What if God isn't who you thing He is and neither are you." I read the book and found that it addressed what God has been saying to me, "Quit striving. I just love you, period, just for you, not for what you have done or not done, just for you" I liked the contrast of the two rooms, so much like how we all view life with God. I liked the book so well that I purchased two more copies to give away as well as the study guide and the book "On My Worst Day", which I really enjoying also.
Posted by Bob Bennett on 12th Nov 2015
This recent order makes at least 30 copies I have ordered and given away. This book is so important that I make sure it gets into the hands of anyone who expresses an interest.
Posted by B. Graffunder on 12th Jun 2015
Last January I went on vacation asking "Who is John Lynch? What is "The Cure"? TruFace?? Never heard of any of these things!" I had no idea what it was about, but God knew it was exactly what I needed. This book, this message has changed me...radically, forever, I can never go back to the way things were before...changed me. The message in this book has completely shifted the way I look at the world and the way I look at who I am in Christ. I am not kidding! I have read it 6 times and every day taking steps in toward the freedom that is found in the Room of Grace. All these years, I knew something wasn't right. Now I have words and pictures and ways of understanding what was wrong. Grace. It really is all about grace.
Posted by Harold Messenger on 9th Apr 2015
Our founding fathers had it right by trusting in God.
We try every way imaginable to complicate and add our two cents to this simple path ....He is the vine, we are the branches....Abide!
Posted by JoMay Csordas on 16th Mar 2015
Coming out of a Catholic background and the teaching to children to be afraid of God's punishment, this was a game changer for me. It absolutely changed my life. It allowed me to trust God with who I already am. And that I don't have to fear not being good enough to be loved by our Father. Oddly enough, I had those same feelings of my earthly father but understanding these concepts have let me love him for who he is as well. I usually keep one or two on hand to give away.
Posted by Ricky Jones on 25th Feb 2015
tragically, thousands miss the gospel even though they are in church every Sunday. They simply do not believe God loves them as sinners, and therefore continue to try to earn their place in his family. The Cure teaches us how to rest in the gospel of Christ, the gospel that Jesus Christ died to save sinners. I hope it gives many tired souls rest.
Posted by JG on 23rd Feb 2015
A chance to experience with the woman that was caught in adultery-- the same jaw dropping, mind blowing r e a l i t y - - I can't do anything, I don't need to do anything, You are enough, , I am loved? I am loved .... go and sin no more? Oh my Lord !!! there IS power to hear that and not let it just flutter to the ground.
Never the same.
Jesus ...? Keep me close to that door knob of humility every moment in mind, and heart and action. Thank you for sharing the light and oil. I must past it on in all kinds of ways.
Posted by Tom Grant on 16th Feb 2015
I was challenged to rethink my beliefs and assumptions concerning my relationship with God. I found that I followed a works path instead of a grace path to salvation. I now clearly see the true abundant of God's grace. The Cure is a must read for all Christians.
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