Brad Wilcox follows up The Continuous Atonement arguing that God is not just proving His children, but improving them.
Author Brad Wilcox’s argues that one of the grand miracles of the Atonement is not only of cleansing and consoling, but also one of transformation. He makes his case in his latest work through simple yet powerful analogies and moving personal experiences.
The Continuous Conversion re-examines the process of change. In one analogy from the book, Wilcox asks if when a person is learning to play the piano, are the only two possible outcomes performing at Carnegie Hall and quitting? Similarly, in mortality, are the only two choices being perfect or giving up? His answer to both is a resounding “no.”
"Growth and development take time,” writes Wilcox. “Learning takes practice. Discipleship is a journey, and true conversion is a continuous process."
First let me start with a story from the book I love...
I once heard a Primary child sing, "I belong to The Church of Jesus Christ of Saturday Saints." The more I thought about this child's little mistake, the more I liked the message. This is not a Sunday-only church. We need to be Saturday Saints, Monday Saints, Tuesday Saints, and all the rest.
This is an excellent follow up of Brad Wilcox’s other book The Continuous Atonement. I love the powerful stories and examples that Brad shares in this book. They really touched me and helped bring me closer to Christ. Each chapter includes scriptures that I enjoyed looking up as well. The Continuous Conversion left me feeling uplifted and spiritually full. This is a must read and will also make a fantastic gift!
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