Red Like Blood: Confrontations with Grace by Joe Coffey and Bob Bevington (Review)
This book Red Like Blood by Joe Coffey and Bob Bevington was an encouraging read. The subtitle was Confrontations with Grace. It is a gritty look at grace through the trials and sin struggles of everyday people. I tried to picture who would I give this book to. After finishing it, I think it would be great for a guy who wants to learn more about grace. The stories drive the point home. It helped me in my own battle to live for God today.
The book is 220 pages long and a decent read. They quote people who have had an impact on my own spiritual journey like: Tolkien, G. K. Chesterton, Jerry Bridges, C. J. Mahaney, and Joni Eareckson Tada. The cultural references will date the book in several years, but the themes will last forever.
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