It is from a Lutheran perspective but if you aren't Lutheran don't let that stop you. It is primarily Reformational. And at the very least it will help you understand those annoyingly uninhibited Lutherans you run into have this habit of complaining "that's law!" when you exhort them to 'walk worthy' and behave themselves.
From Arrowhead to Augsburg: Bill Bright in the Light of the Lutheran Confessions
"Sanctification (or the "Spirit-filled life") is not a process whereby the sinner peers into his spiritual navel and concludes that he's "improving" since he is committing fewer sins and feels more zealous for God. Such an approach always leads to hypocrisy ("I am better than Christian Slob 'X'") or despair ("Oh no, look at glowing Christian 'Y' and her obedient life"). Sanctification is recognizing sin daily in your own life and letting it drive you to Christ rather than to spiritual aerobics. A victorious Christian life which does not take one back to the Cross in regular repentance is not a Christian life at all, it is deceit at the most insidious level (1 John 1:8). It is only when our sins confront us regularly through the law that they force us to the Cross where God declares us forgiven for Christ's sake and imputes His Son's alien righteousness to us based on Christ's merit. "read more at Issues Etc. Archive