There is no Grace without Law.

Beware all purveyors of “Situational ethics.” This book confronts current wide spread lies of lawlessness preached weekly by popular modern-day preachers; “love is all the world needs!” These preachers offer an unbiblical prevailing and accepted message that ever so beautifully pontificates the lies of lawlessness that Jesus and Paul warned us to avoid.

a storm

“The fundamental truth: That there is no grace without law. Only when we understand God’s loving restrictions can we fully experience His freedom.”   That quote out to fire up a storm. That is what Pastor Cary k. Gordon writes about in his book entitled: A Storm a Message a Bottle A road map to American Redemption.

All forms of government—from the family to the federal level—need to be viewed through the lens of God’s natural law.

Cutting through the foggy thinking about law and liberty, Pastor Cary Gordon carefully examines what the Bible really means by grace. He explains how a proper understanding of the ways in which the old and new covenants intertwine fueled the explosive growth of the early church.

Rediscovering that foundation can bring about a similar impact in today’s world.


I am currently reading this awesome book–it has a lot to say that speaks volumes of truth. I highly recommend it.



2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Linda Wright
    Dec 24, 2015 @ 18:47:24



  2. Mannyr
    Dec 25, 2015 @ 14:44:17

    Linda, you have a way with words. 🙂 Merry Christmas


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