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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 Unknown on 26th Mar 2014
Posted by Rick Mavis on 24th Mar 2014
I have read The Cure and am now completing a four-week class teaching it to others. I still feel as if I am just skimming the surface. It explodes our previous thoughts about grace. The images of the Two Rooms and the Two Roads are great. The challenge in the workbook to look at different passages of scripture from The Room of Good Intentions and from the Room of Grace was brilliant. I'm catching myself looking at scripture differently now, putting aside the old filters.
Posted by Ryan Brown on 23rd Mar 2014
Fantastic book written with such a deep compassion and care. Jesus is made visible throughout the entire book. I am giving them away and using them for all of our leadership development.
Posted by Michael Tye on 21st Mar 2014
I was given this book as a Christmas gift by Convene a year and a half ago. After reading it 3 times and reviewing it with my men's group, I started buying them for the inmates I have engaged with over the last 20 years through the Kairos Prison Ministry. Time and time again, each one told me it held a large part in their "release", enabling them to move on victoriously though still incarcerated for the rest of their lives.
Posted by Unknown on 5th Feb 2014
The cure brings you a point of reality between pleasing/ performance towards Father to a Trust /position from God. Realizing you cannot become more family by managing your failures (sin), we can now rest in the fact that we are accepted/adopted and together we work on being the mature son and daughters of Father God by co-laboring together to rid ourselves of sin and failures
Posted by Carl on 26th Jan 2014
The book "The Cure" provided healing within my life and in my trust in God. I have shared it with my closest friends and family.
Posted by Tom Coleman on 16th Jan 2014
I've been walking my Sunday school class through The Cure and it has been fantastic. The relatively simple metaphor of the room of grace compared to the room of good intentions has been very helpful in conveying some of the extremely powerful messages from Christianity. Many of us don't know we have been wearing masks. Finding the freedom and joy from learning who we are in Christ is a beautiful journey.
Posted by Linda on 15th Jan 2014
These dear Christian brothers have taken marvelous building materials from the Word of God, and presented them in a manner that gave me the blueprint that the Lord has used to lead me out of the burdensome and confusing teaching I'd received for decades. Throughout those years, I'd known I wasn't experiencing the abundant life promised to me by my Heavenly Father. Refreshing, soothing, healing, freeing, and destiny-confirming GRACE- read on your own or in a group. I've ordered 2 dozen copies to give away!
Posted by Sharon on 27th Aug 2013
A colleague gave me this book. I read it in one day. It blew away all of my childhood and engrained misconceptions about God. I have bought 6 copies so far and given them away. Will give away more in the future. I prefer to walk the path of trusting God rather than pleasing Him.
Posted by Gene on 27th Jul 2013
I have been walking with Jesus for decades. I call my self a recovering Christian and generally don't embrace the title. Nothing has been clearer on connection with God than The Cure. This book could be read by a Jesus follower or an agnostic and it will make both think. If you want simplistic answers, don't read this book. Cudos to the authors.
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