Although written nearly 50 years ago, this jewel is more needful and appropriate today than then. Christians today are surrounded by those who are proud of their slovenly grooming and their atrocious taste in everything from household furnishings to morals to speech to music to entertainment. Most Christians realize it is hypocritical to aspire only to be a little better than their neighbor. God is holy, and He expects us to be holy. God is infinite excellence, and He expects us to be excellent, and has gone to great lengths to make that possible. Gary Inrig has explored what excellence is (and is not), what hinders us from achieving true excellence, and how to be overcomers. As Dr. Howard Hendricks has said, "The quality of one's Christian life is in direct proportion to one's committment to excellence." This is a "how to" book: how to hear the Master say, "Well done thou good and faithful servant!"
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