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Diehard Sins

How to Fight Wisely against Destructive Daily Habits


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Format: Paperback, eBook
Pages: 216
ISBN: 9781629954851

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THIS BOOK IS ABOUT SINS. Not the ugly, notorious sins we have come to know and hate. But the little, daily sins. The snail-sized sin habits that slither undetected in the shadows and eat up our lives from the inside out.

This book is about the sins that nag us, resist our spiritual treatments, and persist beyond all our measures to contain them. The subtle sins. The respectable and acceptable sins. The resilient and relentless sins. The diehard sins.

Learn how you can enter into your struggle against destructive daily habits, understand your needs in the fight, and bring Christ and His provisions to bear upon your beliefs and desires—equipping yourself to gradually kill the unkillable.

Endorsements

“A careful and refreshing resource that every Christian should read.”

—R. Albert Mohler Jr. 

“Offers more practical ways to meditate on the gospel than any book I have read in a long time. . . . Diehard Sins will repay the time you invest with a rich harvest of ways to grow in daily godliness.”

—J. Alasdair Groves, Director of Counseling, CCEF New England (Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation)

“I most appreciate the way Rush encourages readers with the hope of biblical heart change—especially readers who are discouraged from wrestling with deep-rooted vices in their own strength.”

—Dale Johnson, Executive Director, Association of Certified Biblical Counselors

“Serves the Christian church by offering wise, biblical, Christ-centered help for understanding and fighting the seemingly ‘little’ sins in our lives that threaten to quietly destroy us.”

—Johnny M. Hunt, Senior Pastor, First Baptist Church, Woodstock, Georgia

 

The Author

Rush Witt

Rush Witt

Rush Witt (MDiv, DMin, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) is lead pastor of Paramount Church in Bexley, Ohio, and a certified counselor.

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