I didn’t merely read The Grace and Truth Paradox; I drank it down like a thirsty woman who’d discovered a deep well of fresh, clean water. This book overflows with grace and truth, carefully presenting a case for both elements to co-exist in the hearts and lives of believers. I found myself whispering, Yes! Yes! as I read, underlining like mad and committing to memory the important truths and grace-filled examples that fill the pages of this refreshing book. — Liz Curtis Higgs, author of Bad Girls of the Bible
Be careful with this dynamite book. It may explode into your life and you will never be the same. It’s a message that brings the most important truths of God’s Word into balance. Don’t just read it—give copies to your friends! — George Verwer, founder of Operation Mobilization
The modern church struggles mightily over how to embrace Christ’s example of living by both grace and truth. In this marvelous and very readable book, Randy Alcorn clearly illustrates how grace and truth are not opposites, but are both essential to loving God and our neighbors. — Bill Bright, Founder, Campus Crusade for Christ
Grace and Truth flow as a single stream from the throne and heart of God. The two met together on a hill called Calvary; they are inseparable; we cannot truly have one without the other. Randy Alcorn explains the nature and necessity of these twin pillars on which rest the Gospel and all our hope. He points out the perils of pitting one against the other or exalting one at the expense of the other. In his probing, incisive manner, Randy presses us to examine our lives for any lack of balance and paints a compelling picture of what it means to walk as Christ did, in the fullness of both Grace and Truth. — Nancy Leigh DeMoss, host of Revive our Hearts, author of Lies Young Women Believe: And the Truth That Sets Them Free
Read this book carefully, prayerfully and meditatively. Listen for God's still small voice to speak. Heed the warnings and expectantly look forward to our Lords grace and truth, in balance, dramatically changing your world. — Dr. Walt Larimore, Vice President of Medical Outreach, Focus on the Family, author Bryson City Tales
For all of us who desire to understand concretely and simply the essence of being like Jesus, this book is a must read. When we are people of grace and truth we are most like our master. Please read this book so that the reality of Jesus may be known more clearly in your world. — Joseph M. Stowell, President, Moody Bible Institute, author of Simply Jesus.