Love Changes Everything

Love Changes Everything

Finding What’s Real In A World Of Fake

By Micah Berteau, published by Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group


People today are tired of discovering the magnitude of falseness in the world we live in, and Berteau offers a solid, easy-to-understand explanation of how and why God’s love goes far above and beyond falsehood.

The author provides ample Biblical reference to demonstrate the depth of God’s love for all people. He also explains how people can fail to accept God’s love, even those who have walked as Christians for many years. There is a level of love that comes only from God, and no human love can compare, or become a substitute for God’s love and provide the fulfillment all people seek.

Besides Biblical references, Berteau uses personal experiences to clarify the statements he makes regarding God’s love, as well as offering practical guidelines in avoiding pitfalls that can rob us of the peace that living in God’s love can provide.

From the images that we have of ourselves to the bait from the enemy that so easily fools us; to understanding punishment versus correction; to the everlasting concept that real love is powerful; in one hundred ninety-five pages this book covers an amazing amount of issues we all deal with in our day-to-day lives.

Touching on trusting God while understanding rules and the rhythm of love, this book is an eye-opener for non-believers and believers alike. If you want to understand God’s love in a way that is skillfully explained, Love Changes Everything is well worth the investment of your time and money.

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