Freedom from Sinful Thoughts: Christ Alone Breaks the Curse

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Plough Publishing House, 1974 - Christian life - 118 pages
It's one of those topics most of us would rather avoid in conversation -- why would anyone want to reveal their most private jealousies, resentments, fantasies, temptations, or other weaknesses? Yet steady sales of this valuable little book attest that there are plenty of us who struggle with these things -- and desire help.

For anyone who wavers at times between obeying the voice of the conscience and giving in to the lower nature, this book offers sage advice for coming through the struggle.

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About the author (1974)

J. Heinrich Arnold wrote more than 200 inspirational works including In the Image of God and Freedom from Sinful Thoughts. In these works and others, he communicates the idea that love and energy can be found in religion. His messages are encouraging and filled with hope, heartening readers of all ages. Many of his works are written under the name Heini Arnold. Arnold was born on December 13, 1913, in Austria, the son of one of the founders of The Hutterian Society of Brothers, a strict religious sect. He married a spiritual counselor in 1936 and had seven children. He served all of his life as a religious leader and died on July 23, 1982.

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