Hidden in the Gospel: Truths You Forget to Tell Yourself Every Day

by William P. Farley

128 Pages | $12.99 | Paperback

Summary: We live with our own thoughts 24/7. Often we are carried along by sinful thinking instead of intentionally speaking truth to ourselves. How can we start changing this? How can we live lives that are influenced by the gospel moment by moment?

William Farley argues that mature Christians solve many spiritual problems in their lives by preaching the gospel to themselves. The gospel is not one event but a story that began before time and stretches into eternity. Key moments in this story—such as Jesus’ incarnation, death, resurrection, and ascension—teach us lessons that can be applied to life every single day. In this user-friendly book, Farley shows us how.

About the Author:

William P. Farley is the senior pastor of Grace Christian Fellowship, a nondenominational evangelical church in Spokane, Washington. This award-winning author’s writing experience is extensive and diversified. He has published articles in Discipleship Journal, Enrichment Journal, and Focus on the Family Magazine. Bill and his wife, Judy, live in Spokane, Washington. Other books he has written include: Gospel-Powered Parenting: How the Gospel Shapes and Transforms Parenting, Gospel-Powered Humility, and Outrageous Mercy: Rediscovering the Radical Nature of the Cross.

What Others Say About this Book:

“Pastors would have to engage in very little counseling if Christians would prioritize what Bill Farley exhorts his readers to do. . . . [and this] would transform the lives of Christians, their homes, and their churches.” —Don Whitney, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky

“This small gem of a book provides a joyous gospel feast that begins with our election in Christ before the foundation of the world and ends with Christ’s new creation. No small thoughts here! This is the recipe for big, expansive, and ever-expanding hearts.” —R. Kent Hughes, College Church, Wheaton, Illinois


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