The Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness - Timothy Keller

The Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness

By Timothy Keller

  • Release Date: 2012-01-04
  • Genre: Christianity
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4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 352 Ratings)

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  • Awesome!!

    5
    By Trevor Jenkins
    Awesome!!!
  • The Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness

    5
    By SCBFromCC
    Experience a deep taste of the Gospel and its power to free you from having to prove yourself each day to others and to yourself.
  • Sweet, True, And Timely

    5
    By Think2HonorChrist
    Sweet, True, And Timely
  • Quick and powerful

    4
    By Big Daddy Mas
    Please read this short read and powerful reflection, then take a look around and ask ourselves, why are we missing this great gift given to us by Christ. What would this world look like if we lived the verdict not the performance? Tim Keller is quickly becoming my favorite faith author!
  • Great On Our Identity in Christ

    5
    By KAT5349
    I liked this book so much that I bought a hard copy for every member of my family. It explains clearly why we should not be enslaved to the opinions of others or our own twisted perception of ourselves. Only in Jesus do we truly find acceptance.
  • Our counterintuitive Lord.

    5
    By pb22308
    The only philosophy or religion that isn't "works based" and this is how we know it is from God. In life performance leads to the verdict but in Christ the verdict inspires the performance. This counterintuitive model is unique in history. Once again Tim Keller nails it succinctly and eloquently. “Do you realize that it is only in the gospel of Jesus Christ that you get the verdict before the performance? The atheist might say that they get their self-image from being a good person. They are a good person and they hope that eventually they will get a verdict that confirms that they are a good person. Performance leads to the verdict. For the Buddhist too, performance leads to the verdict. If you are a Muslim, performance leads to the verdict. All this means that every day, you are in the courtroom, every day you are on trial. That is the problem. But Paul is saying that in Christianity, the verdict leads to performance” Excerpt From: Keller, Timothy. “The Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness.”
  • Artist

    5
    By Bradley Banks
    Any Christian struggling with self worth or value should definitely read this book. Not only does it point out the root of the issue but it also helps your overcome yourself in everyday environments.
  • Thoughtful

    5
    By sbrown9479
    A short read that challenges your ideas about self-esteem and how one views him or herself. I recognized a lot of these traps and have a framework to start pushing back on these faulty ideals.
  • The Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness

    5
    By Mchtimes
    Wonderful book, very helpful, it will truly open your eyes to walk in Godly humility.
  • Answers the self-esteem issue

    5
    By MsNNC
    I am exhausted waiting for that feeling that I was enough. But it was never about me and I already have that stamp of being approved. Now I understand.

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