Our influence, whether we intend it to or not, is the essence of leadership. That leadership, whether we realize it or not, is built on the dynamic of authority and submission. Authority and submission have been hijacked, distorted, manipulated and abused for the sake of small purposes. The eternal purposes of authority and submission open up the possibilities of changing the world around us forever. We will only be able to access those possibilities by operating within the design of how authority and submission are intended. The only way to do that is to allow ourselves to be shaped by them, not the other way around. No matter what your leadership training, experience or appetites are, your capacity for eternal influence is absolute. It may start quietly within you, but that influence can extend beyond your wildest dreams.
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Every mistake does not require a verdict. Every shortcoming does not call for an explanation. Every flaw does not
need an assignment of cause. You can never work hard enough or follow the rules closely enough to exceed the abundance of God’s grace. It’s deep and rich and eternal – and right now. It’s free but it’s not automatic. You actually have to receive it. Not passively want to receive it, but actually reach into Jesus to take hold of all that He has for you. When you choose to lean into the grace of Jesus, there are tangible benefits to what He does within you as a result. You really can enjoy the fulfillment of His promises and the victory of His sacrifice. It’s abundant and free.\
“What an amazing book, with a foundational and perspective-changing view of Grace. Highly recommended.” – Amazon Review
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There is stuff in us that doesn’t reflect the truth of our identity. We do things that we hate to do. At the same time, where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom and that Spirit dwells within. How do we reconcile the two and increasingly work out our salvation in such a way that reflects our eternal identity more than it does our temporal flaws?
Transforming the Prodigal Soul is a relatively short book, yet weighty. It’s simple, but not easy. Dive in to explore what parts of your soul are not yet enjoying the promise of the Father’s abundance. Consider what parts of you need to come home to Him. Enjoy the chase.
“There’s so much wisdom and depth in this book I will definitely read it again and recommend it to everyone!” – Amazon review
“I had a very difficult time putting this book down once I started reading it. Chapters are short, but powerful, which makes for and easy read. I highly recommend this book!!” – Amazon review
“Scott gets to the core of every believer’s battle. Working out your salvation makes much more sense as he describes the conflict between spirit and soul. A great read, that brings hope, security and promise.” – Amazon review
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