What You'll Discover in this Episode:
Often times Christians are plagued by past transgressions. If you continue to look back at your past failures you will be unable to look ahead to see what Christ has prepared for you. Christ has made us new and there is no need to allow our past sin to weigh us down and eat away at our conscience. As we look ahead to the future glory that Christ has prepared for us we can leave yesterday behind. There is power in the forgiveness Christ has given us at the cross and Christ sent us with a Helper to overcome our past. Stop living in the past and leave yesterday behind.
During this episode, we are joined by last week’s special guest, Dr. Bill Hines for an overview of his profoundly practical book, Leaving Yesterday Behind: A Victim No More. Through stimulating content and a very readable style, author Dr. Hines implores you to leave yesterday behind and begin your new life in Christ.
A little over 20 years ago, Dr. Hines wrote this book during his ministry with youth. He was passionate about showing the youth that they were not destined to live as victim or to grow up to be like their parents. This book is recommended for biblical counselors, counselees, and anyone that has a past. We all have things in our past we have to with. Check out this interview between Dr. Hines and Pastor Jeff to explore the chapters of this book in greater detail.
Highlights from Pastor Jeff and Dr. Hines
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