Are you frustrated with trying to live the Christian life?
Do your struggles with sin discourage you?
Have you been taught you can’t ever win the battle . . . that as long as you are living, you will fall short?
- How to cooperate with God to attain the victory He has for you.
- How our definition of sin affects our ability to live a godly life.
- How believing lies about God keeps us from escaping our rebellious, sinful attitude.
- The interaction between natural laws and sin.
About the Author
Ken Gould has a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Washington, and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Houston, as well as a professional engineering license.
His career has included shift supervision, management, technical support, process development, and projects.
Ken and his wife Kaneeta live near the confluence of the great rivers in the heartland of America, where he enjoys being out in nature and sailing.
About the Book
Jesus told people to sin no more. Rather than tell them the struggle with sin and Satan would be difficult, He said, “My yoke is easy and my burden is light.” Jesus doesn’t ask us to do the impossible.
Ken Gould rejected distorted teachings about God and was an atheist for twenty years, until God revealed His existence to him. When God became real to him, Christianity and Spiritual matters became His highest priority, specifically: knowing God and understanding His counsel.
Gould says, “It is possible to live a godly life in victory. What we believe about God affects our ability to live a victorious life.”