How Can Justification Make Me Joyful? (Cultivating Biblical Godliness)
Hyde, Daniel R.
“Martin Luther famously said that the doctrine of justification is the mark of a standing or falling church. The reason for that, at least in part, is that how a person understands this doctrine marks the difference between being a Christian in name only and being one in reality. So getting this one doctrine right has enormous implications for getting other crucial doctrines right as well. Danny Hyde opens up this subject in a way that takes it from its roots in Scripture, through its place in Christian history, to its vital place for every generation in our understanding of salvation.”See All
Mark G. Johnston
Bethel Presbyterian Church, Cardiff, Wales
“Justification, grace, and faith sound like irrelevant religious jargon. Danny Hyde shows us that nothing could be further from the truth. When rightly understood, these truths fill us with joy, contentment, and refreshment. His book is crystal clear on the vital Reformation truth of justification by faith alone. You dont get it better than this. My heart was stirred afresh by this wonderful exposition.”See All
Trinity Theological College, Perth, Australia
“Danny Hydes book on justification is a joy to read. He takes the biblical doctrine of a great Reformed catechism and applies it to the needs of the soul. This book is a useful tool to introduce people to salvation in Christ and to encourage believers. Here is the meat of the Word, seasoned with the salt of the Reformers and Puritans, cooked tender and juicy with heartfelt application. Read, and be nourished.”See All
Joel R. Beeke
president, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan
In this booklet, Danny Hyde opens up to the reader the meaning, graciousness, richness, and power of the biblical doctrine of justification by faith. With simple language, apt illustrations, and clear application, the author pastorally instructs us, opens our minds, and warms our hearts as we come to a better understanding of this vital Reformation doctrine. As you learn the divine truth of justification, you will experience joy, and your joy in Christ will lead you to rejoice in Christ.