"You can 'accept Jesus' all you want, but Romans 6:16 teaches us that if you keep on sinning and do not turn to God wholeheartedly, it leads to death," writes author L. Santos. In Holy Life, Santos passionately dismisses the widely-held misconception that being a Christian requires little or no effort on our part, while explaining that the Christian life should flow from a heart full of love, not lived by a set of rules. Relevant for new believers and Christians seeking to renew their commitment to living their lives for the Lord, Holy Life takes the guesswork out of finding the answers to pivotal questions like, How is a true believer to act, behave, and think in this world? How should I live my life to prove to God that I have repented of my sins and turned to Him?
L. Santos is an English missionary who ministers in Brazil and the United Kingdom, leading Bible studies, prayer meetings, church services, worship meetings, and conducting street evangelism. When she was 15, Santos was forced to study the Gospel of Luke in the secular school she attended. Without having heard any preaching and based solely on what she read in the Scriptures, Santos came to a saving belief in Jesus Christ. She has studied Portuguese and Spanish at Bristol University in England and is now married to a Brazilian.