Steve Gallagher reminds us that living a victorious life is possible when we tap into God’s great storehouse of mercy for our needs, and then act as a conduit for that power toward others. Real victory occurs not only when someone overcomes habitual sin, but when a person becomes a tool in the hands of God. The message of this book is that you need not settle for a fear-driven form of freedom when an abundant life of victory in Christ is yours for the taking. Steve hopes with this book to incite Christian men to dig deep, rise above compromise, and experience the fullness of God’s mercy as they pursue purity in Him.
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Steve Gallagher approaches the subject of victorious living not as a self-made man, but as a God-made man—an all-too-fallible man who has placed his fate in the hands of a mighty and gracious God. If you’re tired of pat answers and you’re ready to let God change you, [read] this book.
—David E. Fessenden, managing editor, Christian Publications, Inc.
Because we have embraced the faulty level of the world, our houses are weak, our churches are vulnerable and our families are falling down all around us. Steve Gallagher’s Living in Victory takes us back to the only level we should use to build . . . the Word of God. Be prepared to be uncomfortably challenged as he exposes the faulty levels in your life. At first it will feel like being torn down. But in time you will see that you are being built up to a new life in Christ.
—Dannah Gresh, author, And the Bride Wore White