Suddenly

A Book by Peter Steicke

Suddenly by Peter Steicke (eBook cover)

“How different would life be if we all knew we were loved beyond our wildest imagination?”

Like all of us, Peter Steicke has experienced his share of life’s ‘suddenlies’. You know them: the unexpected and often unwelcome interruptions to life that are beyond our control. The challenge is, life’s ‘suddenlies’ often prevent us from living out of the love we already have.

This book is an intriguing set of narratives chronicling Peter’s journey deeper into the incredible love of the heavenly Father. Excellent life-related teaching expands on the stories in a way all readers will be able to connect with and apply in their lives. Through the stories and the teaching, you will learn what it is to live out of the fullness of God’s Father-heart, and develop a redeemed perspective on life—one that frees you to be a source of life to others.

Suddenly is available now in paperback, eBook and audiobook.

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Incredibly Loved

How do you “consider yourself?” If you consider yourself as a sinner, then you will be consumed with thoughts of sinfulness and with an identity that is marred with sinfulness. I know too many Christians who use the language of grace, but their starting point is their sin. That negates the cross. Paul says, “So you also must consider yourselves dead to sin and alive to God in Christ Jesus” (Romans 6: 11). As you consider yourself to be dead to sin and alive in Christ, your starting point becomes life and the result is fruitfulness. ... See MoreSee Less

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Incredibly Loved

So, when we see truth simply as ‘truths’, we relegate them as details to be debated, facts to be defended, proofs to be argued, and principles to be promoted. The number-one truth is who you are in Christ. This is the truth that both frees and empowers us.
You are his daughter/son, he calls you beloved. That’s the truth!
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Incredibly Loved

I hear people saying it’s all about truth. Yes, But the truth is not simply a whole lot of facts. Rather, it is the fullness of the truth of Abba Father’s love for us. This love is expressed in Jesus, who is the Truth. As the Truth, Jesus shows us the Father’s heart toward us. All of this is in the power of the Holy Spirit who is called the Spirit of Truth. As the Counsellor, he desires nothing more than to lead us into all truth. ... See MoreSee Less

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Incredibly Loved

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Incredibly Loved

Just reflecting, we are always in the process of becoming that which Jesus has already made us. That’s one of the many reasons I love Holy Spirit. He knows we’ve got a totally new nature, but he’s obsessively occupied in journeying with us on this walk so that we begin to reflect this new nature in our thoughts, words, and actions. He’s not finished with any of us yet. ... See MoreSee Less

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