Believing Christ: The Parable of the Bicycle and Other Good News
Author Stephen Robinson illustrates the power of the Savior as he uses analogies and parables,
such as his own bicycle story, and scriptures and personal experiences in this moving,
best-selling book. “Mortals have finite liabilities,” he explains, “and Jesus has
unlimited assets.” By merging the two, exaltation can come. As long as we progress in
some degree, the Lord will be pleased and will bless us. We must not only believe in Christ
but also believe him — believe that he has the power to exalt us, that he can do what he claims.
People will better understand the doctrines of mercy, justification, and salvation by grace after
reading this book.
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By David H., Submitted on 2015-02-25
Brother Robinson has captured the fundatmental truths of the Gospel in this highly readable book. He explains the 'Good News' that Christ loves us all. His basis thesis is this...'They believe in Christ, but they do not believe Christ.' (see page 9) Many people believe in the atonement but do not believe it works for them personally. I have found this book's explanation of the atonement, grace, works, justice, and perfection very clear. He has a way of showing what all these things really do point to our Savior Jesus Christ. If you are having a difficult time, Brother Robinson helps show the way to new joy thru applying the atonement of Jesus Christ to YOUR LIFE. That process is intensely personal but the rewards are worth the effort. Read this book and then reread the Book of Mormon. You will see how the atonement of Jesus Christ comes alive in your life.
By Tracey, Submitted on 2015-02-25
This is one of my husband's all time favorites.
By Nicholas, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I was given this book by a family member and it changed my outlook on life. It is an incredible book for anyone struggling to know if they are "Celestial Material".