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ENUMCLAW, Wash., July 9, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Do you ever wish you could start over? Did you ever make a mistake so serious that the only way things could be okay would be to live that fateful day over again?
There's good news, according to Constance "Connie" Meisgeier, author of the new book, Mint Condition. "God has a plan to 'ﬁx' things that seem beyond repair--including us. He can do the impossible."
In her book, Meisgeier lays the foundation for how God restores us to mint condition. "Jesus established a covenant through which He absorbs our sin, guilt, heartbreak, disappointments, and abuse, replacing all that with His perfection and restoring us to His perfect likeness," explains Meisgeier.
She asserts that the work of the cross is summed up in Romans 12:2: "Be not conformed to this world, but rather be transformed by the renewing of your mind."
"'Transformed.' Isn't that a marvelous word?" says Meisgeier. "I picture it as mounting up with wings as eagles and soaring around the Heavens having fellowship with God ...getting the right perspective on all the frenetic stuff that goes on down here below."
Better still, she says, the word "transformed" is designed to encourage people to believe the marvelous, extravagant promises found in the Bible.
For years, Meisgeier has been interested in social systems -- the different groups that people relate to in the course of their daily lives. Much brokenness occurs from the fallout of living in social systems such as the family, the community, or the church when they are dysfunctional.
Her book outlines the solution to these stiﬂing rules and roles they often impose, she says. "All of us need the basic message that the new life offered to us at the foot of the cross is designed to restore us to mint condition."
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