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Hidden in the Gospel

Truths You Forget to Tell Yourself Every Day

Direct Price: $15.99 $10.39
Format: Paperback, eBook
Pages: 128
ISBN: 9781596387461
Publication Date 08/22/14

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We live with our own thoughts 24/7—after all, we’re kind of stuck with them! But when we listen to our sinful thoughts instead of to the truth, they can carry us away into poor spiritual decisions all too easily.

Does this sound familiar? How can we start changing this? How can we start living lives that are influenced by gospel thinking moment by moment?

William Farley argues that, whether we are new or seasoned believers, we can solve many of the spiritual problems in our lives by preaching the gospel . . . to ourselves!

The story of the gospel is familiar to us, but we don’t always realize that its key moments—such as Jesus’ incarnation, death, resurrection, and ascension—teach us lessons that we can apply to our lives every single day. In this user-friendly book, Farley shows us how to remind ourselves of the gospel truths that are hidden in plain sight.


“Pastors would have to engage in very little counseling if Christians prioritized 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


The Author

William P. Farley

William P. Farley

William P. Farley is the senior pastor of Grace Christian Fellowship, a non-denominational Evangelical church in Spokane, Washington. He is the author of Outrageous Mercy, Gospel-Powered Parenting, and Gospel-Powered Humility, and has written articles for numerous journals and magazines. Bill and his wife, Judy, live in Spokane, Washington.