Steve Rutz has written an autobiographical treatise on how he got free from addiction to alcohol and drugs; and how he changed his lifestyle from running with the devil on the streets of Newark, New Jersey to explaining to the masses how to allow the very available Love of God into one's heart. He uses humor, personal anecdotes, and rock-and-roll references to bring a common-sense approach to help the baby-boomer generation truly understand what happened to our age. This book depicts the confusion displayed by many Americans, and it narrates how to navigate one's desires back to the correct moral compass, and what one really needs to do to receive the Grace of our Maker. He knows the Power of God from personal experience, and he shares it in these pages. Steve's work can definitely be a reference guide for the reader to become a person of peace. With scores of scriptural references, Steve surrenders all self-gratification to The Highest Power. Celebrities, businessmen, mothers and wives, heroes and heroin addicts alike; or anybody who is recovering, hurting, mourning, or just looking for solutions to life will benefit from the wisdom contained in these words. The Love of God, as manifested in Jesus Christ, has saved Steve Rutz. He is quite overjoyed because of this, and he tells his story from the very bottom of the pit that he has visited to the current day of jubilation. He uses parallels that we all can relate to, and I am absolutely sure that you will not regret reading this masterpiece. Renewing The Mind is written out of love. Every page will get you to think about your fellow man in a deeper way. Steve is a sincere personality who wishes you 'shalom' or a complete peace; which you'll experience when you read and heed this book. The reader becomes Steve's friend as he explains how wonderful God is to His people; and the Power of the Holy Spirit of God comes across through these pages.Today, I cannot tell a Nissan from a Chevy, a 2005 from a 2003, or even a Mercedes from a Ford Fusion, without finding the nameplate ... Energy absorbers were introduced, as well as rubber bumper covers, impact bars, and lots more plastics.
|Title||:||Renewing your mind|
|Publisher||:||Chris Termeer - 2011-12-06|