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D.L. Waterhouse has released a profound work that is intellectually stimulating and spiritually nourishing. Through its publication in PageTurner Press and Media, he has made a remarkable contribution to theological literature, Grace, Grace to It!: The Gospel from God’s Point of View preaches the Gospel of Jesus Christ, hidden in the parables and stories of the Scriptures, that is waiting to be revealed to those who study and read the Bible.

In this scholarly world teeming with theological interpretations, D.L. Waterhouse shifts the voice from a human-centered understanding of the Gospel to one that prioritizes God’s perspective. This approach is both refreshing and challenging, encouraging readers to transcend their own biases and preconceptions.

How does God perceive his own message of grace?

A humanistic perspective of the Word of God results in many interpretations. Opening this book and turning its pages will require readers to surrender any preexisting and wrong ideas about the Gospel they thought they understood. Furthermore, readers should be ready to receive every message by faith, believing that they are true even if it might not look or feel like it from a human perspective.

All Sin Placed Upon the Son of God

Knowing good and evil and being both good and evil are two different things. It was when the first pair bit the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden that the grace and mercies of God were exercised on behalf of all humanity. The Lord Jesus Christ stepped forward to take the death that God had warned them about, and with his death on the cross, not only were Adam and Eve reconciled to God, but all of humanity—from the beginning of time to the present and future—were, are, and will be born pre-reconciled with God through Jesus Christ.

Now, it’s mankind’s turn to reciprocate the price the Son of God has paid to save humanity from eternal punishment. In God’s eyes, man’s fallen nature no longer exists.

His Love Letter for You and Me

Sometimes, the work that God has done for man through his Son loses its very essence. Grace, Grace to It! is about what God has done for man rather than what religion says man must do for God.

Story after story, parable after parable, the Scriptures paint the salvation plan provided by the Son of God himself. It is repeated throughout the sixty-six books of the Bible, written by various contributing authors separated by hundreds of years. The same story continues to emerge over and over, summarized in Romans 8:1-2: “There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus . . . For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made me free from the law of sin and death.”

D.L. Waterhouse unveils the truth of the components of the Gospel for those who have scales on their eyes and refreshes those who seem to forget. With his anecdotes, scriptural texts, and commentary that is clear, engaging, and devoid of unnecessary jargon, Grace, Grace to It! is suitable even for lay readers.

A Call for a Transformative Encounter

Many may raise their eyebrows at this book’s approach, doubting the credibility of the point of view D.L. Waterhouse has laid down. However, he claims every message is spirit-breathed, not taking credit for its initiative and inspiration. Yes, he physically made its production possible, but he gives all the glory to the Holy Spirit of God, which gave him the streaks of light to pen the words in this book—with prayer for revelation and enlightenment as supplication.

Ultimately, Grace, Grace to It!: The Gospel from God’s Point of View is an invitation to a transformative encounter with the Gospel. By urging readers to adopt God’s perspective, D.L. Waterhouse challenges them to rethink their understanding of grace and its implications for their lives. This shift in perspective is not merely an academic exercise but a call to a deeper, more authentic relationship with God.

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