CJ Mahaney Bio, Age, Family, Books, Net Worth and Quotes

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CJ Mahaney Biography

CJ Mahaney is an American Christian minister. He is the senior pastor at Sovereign Grace Church of Louisville and was formerly president of Sovereign Grace Ministries, now known as Sovereign Grace Churches

CJ Mahaney Age

Charles Joseph Mahaney was born in Maryland in United States. He was born on September 21, 1953. He is 67 years old as of 2021.

CJ Mahaney Family

No information on his parents or siblings is disclosed to the public.

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CJ Mahaney Wife

He is the husband of Carolyn Mahaney. They got married in the late 70s.

CJ Mahaney Children

He has one son and three daughters.

CJ Mahaney Educational Background

In Silver Spring, Maryland, Mahaney joined Springbrook High School.

CJ Mahaney Books

Don’t Waste Your Sports, Crossway Publishing 2010, ISBN 978-1433522475
Living the Cross Centered Life, Multnomah Books 2006, ISBN 978-1590525784
Humility: True Greatness Multnomah Books 2005, ISBN 978-1590523261
Sex, Romance, and the Glory of God, Crossway Publishing 2004, ISBN 978-1581346244
Worldliness: Resisting the Seduction of a Fallen World, Crossway Publishing 2010, ISBN 978-1433502804
Christ Our Mediator, Multnomah Books 2006, ISBN 978-1590523643
The Cross Centered Life, Multnomah Books 2002, ISBN 978-1590520451
Why Small Groups?, Sovereign Grace Ministries 1996, ISBN 978-1881039068
Disciplines for Life, People of Destiny International 1994, ISBN 978-1881039006

CJ Mahaney Net Worth

His net worth is under review as of 2019.

CJ Mahaney Quotes

“First importance. The Bible tells us that, while there are many different callings and many possible areas of service in the kingdom of God, one transcendent truth should define our lives. One simple truth should motivate our work and affect every part of who we are.
Christ died for our sins.
If there’s anything in life that we should be passionate about, it’s the gospel. And I don’t mean passionate only about sharing it with others. I mean passionate in thinking about it, dwelling on it, rejoicing in it, allowing it to color the way we look at the world. Only one thing can be of first importance to each of us. And only the gospel ought to be.”

“The cross was the centerpiece of Paul’s theology. It wasn’t merely one of Paul’s messages; it was the message. He taught about other things as well, but whatever he taught was always derived from, and related to, the foundational reality that Jesus Christ died so that sinners would be reconciled to God and forgiven by God.”

“Its important to understand that a legalist isn’t just someone with higher standards or more rules than you. A lot of us wrongly stereotype a legalistic person as one who doesn’t go to the movies, or who thinks that any music with a beat is evil. Legalism is much more subtle and serious than that. Here’s a simple definition that I use: Legalism is seeking to achieve forgiveness from God and acceptance by God through obedience to God.”

“Truly edifying words are words that reveal the character and the promises and the activity of God. They’re cross-centered words. They’re words rooted in and derived from Scripture, words that identify the active presence of God, and words that communicate the evidences of grace that you observe in others. They’re words that flow from a humble heart.”

“We know the inner call to lay down our lives for one another because He laid down His life for us. What a powerful death! The cross ransoms, the cross liberates, the cross transforms!”

“Every one of us can honestly claim that “worst of sinners” title. No, it isn’t specially reserved for the Adolf Hitlers, Timothy McVeighs, and Osama bin Ladens of the world. William Law writes, “We may justly condemn ourselves as the greatest sinners we know because we know more of the folly of our own heart than we do of other people’s.”
So admit you’re the worst sinner you know. Admit you’re unworthy and deserve to be condemned. But don’t stop there! Move on to rejoicing in the Savior who came to save the worst of sinners. Lay down the luggage of condemnation and kneel down in worship at the feet of Him who bore your sins. Cry tears of amazement.
And confess with Paul: “I was shown mercy so that in me, the worst of sinners, Christ Jesus might display his unlimited patience as an example for those who would believe on him and receive eternal life” (1 Timothy 1:16)”

“Only those who are truly aware of their sin can truly cherish grace.”

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