Greg Dutcher's You Are the Treasure that I Seek

Here's what professionals are saying about Greg Dutcher's You are the Treasure that I Seek: But There's a Lot of Cool Stuff Out There, Lord.

"Greg Dutcher's book serves as a set of 'night-vision goggles' to help us root insidious idols out of our hearts. Then he goes futher and restores and renews us in full-fledged adoration of Jesus." — Kris Lundaard, author of The Enemy Within

"Greg Dutcher . . . dares to tell us the bad news about ourselves in order that we can hear, clear and fresh, the good news in spite of ourselves." — Mark Buchanan, author of The Rest of God: Restoring Your Soul by Restoring Sabbath

"This is a great book (and a needed one), and Greg's writing is crisp and fun." — Dr. Steve Brown, nationally syndicated talk-show host, Key Life network

"Greg Dutcher’s book is excellent. It is biblical in content and very well written. It is wonderful that Greg has made the subject so accessible. He is a master of illustration. The discussion of the idols of our lives leads to a strong affirmation of the gospel. This book would be great for adult or high school Bible studies or as a gift for an inquirer." — Dr. John Frame, professor of systematic theology and philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary, and author of The Doctrine of God and Salvation Belongs to the Lord

This book first frightens, then entrances, then liberates. It frightens as it lays bare the hidden idols of the heart. It entrances with the promise of a treasure worth more than all our idols put together. And ultimately, it liberates with a vision of Christ so compelling and so powerful that the reader says, “O Lord, set me free and I will be free indeed.” It’s easy to make people feel guilty about their idols.
Greg Dutcher inspires us to set aside our trinkets in pursuit of the Ultimate Treasure.” — Dr. Ray Pritchard, president of Keep Believing Ministries and author of An Anchor for the Soul, The Healing Power of Forgiveness, He’s God and We’re Not