Item description for The War Is Over: God Is Not Mad, So Stop Struggling with Sin and Judgment by Andrew Wommack...
Overview SUBTITLE: The Battle For Peace Has Been Won, Will You Receive It?
Many Christians continue to fight the battle--the battle of sin and judgment. They believe God is withholding His blessing because of their sin. This book will set you free from condemnation, judgment, and fear, and free you to receive the blessings of God.
Publishers Description Peace Has Been Won
The longest conflict in history lasted 4000 years and ended in a decisive victory nearly 2000 years ago. Still, many have not yet heard the news and they continue to fight the battle - the battle of sin and judgment.
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Studio: Harrison House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2008
Publisher Harrison House
ISBN 1577949358 ISBN13 9781577949350
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More About Andrew Wommack
For more than three decades, Andrew Wommack has traveled America and the world teaching the truth of the Gospel with clarity and simplicity, emphasizing God's unconditional love and the balance between grace and faith. He reaches millions of people through the daily Gospel Truth radio and television programs, which are broadcast both domestically and internationally. He can be seen on INSP, DayStar, The Church Channel, Cornerstone, Guardian, God TV, and more than 80 local US channels. Gospel Truth radio broadcast is heard on more than 60 stations nationwide. Andrew Wommack founded Charis Bible College in 1994 and has since established CBC extension colleges in other major cities across America and around the world. For more information about Andrew Wommack visit www.awmi.net.
Reviews - What do customers think about War Is Over?
The War IS Over Dec 8, 2009
This book helped me to understand the true Gospel, not what man's traditions have passed off as the Gospel. For years I was afraid of God because of my misunderstandings about who God is...such as "he's in heaven just waiting to punish me for the least wrong I do." It's hard to love and trust a God like that. It was a revelation to learn that God isn't mad at me anymore because of what Christ did for me at Calvary. I really highly recommend this book.
Excellent Book Feb 5, 2009
This book will free you up to receive the love God has for you. It attacks many misconceptions that make us feel God is upset with us and we need to do more to please Him. It shows through the Scriptures how Jesus took all the sins of the whole world upon Himself and sin is no longer the issue. We just need to accept His finished work on the cross and receive the love He has for us.
Non-watered down gospel truth Nov 21, 2008
Andrew Wommack has been criticized and rebuked for years. I've been studying many of his teachings over the past several months and honestly could not find a justifiable reason that warranted the vicious responses from clergy and like. After listening to this one and reading the literature backup, I finally see where they're coming from. The War Is Over touches on arguably the most sensitive topic discussed in the church, sin. The topic is stripped bare and down to the main root and result of Jesus' crucifixion. The sin of everyone (believers AND non-believers), past, present, and future has been paid by Jesus, and God's wrath against man (as told in the Old Testament) is over. A born-again Christian who commits a sin does not need to ask forgiveness from God, because the sin has already been forgiven. God is not mad at you, and will not condemn you for any sin you have or will commit. Jaw hit the floor yet?
Because of his non-watered down interpretation of the gospel, Wommack has been pronounced a radical and false teacher of the Word by many pastors and religious leaders. Also I have been hard-pressed to find ANY of his literature in Christian book stores. With today's growth of countless mega-churches and thousands of people on the fence trying to overcome tumultuous lives and tragedies, the message conveyed here will thoroughly boggle and confuse the minds of those transitioning Christians. As a result, you have to be a VERY mature Christian to truly connect and follow up on this concept. Some may be able to make the big leap here, but I feel they will be very few and far-between.
The classic misinterpretation of this message is that it's ok to sin, because it's already been paid for. Wommack refutes that emphatically in his book. However, opening the door for this misinterpretation is the last thing most pastors want preached in their sermons. As a result, this teaching is too radical and non-traditional for the typical church of today. If your relationship with Jesus is strong, and you have clearly set the boundaries between sin and the understanding of God's love in your life, then you will no doubt find this book the amazing, powerful, and life-changing work that it is.