It Is Finished

Finding Lasting Victory Over Sin

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Break Free from the Power of Sin Once and for All

If you hate to keep falling into sin; if you grieve over a life-controlling habit; if you are crying out to the Lord to deliver you from the enemy's snares; if you feel helpless, weak and despondent in the face of temptation; then there is good news:

The Lord has provided for your absolute freedom. He has made available to you not only pardon from all sin and its guilt but liberty from all bondage.

The concept of the New Covenant sounds theological and theoretical. Yet with seasoned clarity and warmth, David Wilkerson makes it accessible to all believers. He shows that through the glorious provisions of the New Covenant, God has given you all the spiritual resources you need to defeat life-controlling sins. Here, in the pages of Brother Dave’s most powerful teaching, you will be enabled to stop the seemingly unending cycle of sinning and confessing, sinning and confessing.

True transformation, renewed hope and lasting peace--these can be yours today.

The Author

  1. David Wilkerson

    David Wilkerson

    David Wilkerson (1931-2011) was the founder of Teen Challenge and World Challenge and longtime senior pastor of Times Square Church. He authored more than 30 books, including the bestselling The Cross and the Switchblade and Knowing God by Name.

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"Wilkerson has left behind an encouraging, liberating roadmap for finding victory by accepting the many facets of God's love and grace as laid out in the New Covenant."

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It's biblical and insightful and down to earth as one would expect from David Wilkerson. There are also a series of excellent reminscences on David Wilkerson himself and reflections on what he was talking about, that really help add to the gentle tone of remembrance. The discussion questions at the end of each chapter are also excellent both for individual study and also for group work. A great book and fitting memorial to David Wilkerson.