Even though Christians claim to be separate from the world, it seems that most of us have unwittingly submitted ourselves to the world’s ways of thinking. If we are citizens of heaven and seated with Christ far above the ways of this world, then why do we appear to be victims to the world’s ideologies? So many of us believe that we are what psychology says we are, that we will always struggle with what therapists say we will, and that our mental health was some how not redeemed when Jesus shed His blood. In “Isn’t His Blood Enough?”, David Grams argues, directly from Scripture, that Christians can live above the rules of human psychology. Why? Because, according to the Bible, we are no longer “only human.” We are free from sin, free from the old man, free from the past, and born again new creations in Christ. Therefore, we don’t have to be scarred by our past! The blood of Jesus is all we need! Through this book, you will learn how to appropriate the healing and renewal of your mind that Jesus died to give you. You will be confronted with hard truth, but it’s the truth that sets you free! Depression, PTSD, grief, anxiety…are we still slaves to these, as Christians? What about the pain that follows the loss of a loved one, or the mental disorders that result from past trauma? Must we revisit the past in order to find emotional healing? Is “inner healing” even biblical? All these questions, and more, are answered in this book, while focusing on one central truth: “If any man be in Christ, old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new” (2 Corinthians 5:17).