At the end of John Newton’s life, he is often quoted for saying, “My memory is nearly gone, but I remember two things: That I am a great sinner and that Christ is a great Savior!”
Newton exemplifies the fact that even as mature believers, as we fight the sanctification battle for Christ-likeness, it is imperative that we never stop deepening our understanding of the blessed truths of the sospel. There is no loftier thought than meditating upon the redemption realities that God elected us before the foundation of the world, regenerated our dead hearts, granted us faith, declared us righteous, adopted us into His family, gave us His Spirit, preserves us in grace, and will glorify us completely on the last day.
Vincent brings these realities into view in his book, helping the reader both understand and live worthily of the gospel and, for this reason, it is a book worthy to be read by both Christian and non-Christian alike.
—Josiah Grauman, Grace en Español