The Cry Of My Heart Paperback
How to be a Genuine Disciple
by Tim Hawkins;
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The Cry Of My Heart
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This book aims to show you how to be a genuine disciple, by exploring Jesus' very own discipleship manual: The sermon on the Mount. In it, Jesus - the Master Teacher - shows us how we can be genuine disciples and experience genuine success.
Section 1. Genuine Success
Section 2. Genuine Obedience
Section 3. Genuine Worship
Section 4. Genuine Trust
Section 5. Genuine Dangers
Section 6. Genuine Commitment
Short engaging chapters, illustrated throughout
Punchy relevant style that communicates to teenagers
Accompanying Bible study
The Cry Of My Heart by Tim Hawkins was published by Good Book Company in November 2007 and is our 14561st best seller. The ISBN for The Cry Of My Heart is 9781905564781.
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The Cry of My HeartGuest reviewer, via The Good Book Stall
Tim Hawkins pulls no punches in The Cry From My Heart and delivers a crystal clear message to teenagers which is both personally challenging and immensely readable.
Taking Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount as a starting point Tim cuts through the noise of teenage life. Setting out a series of challenging questions and scriptural answers he gives perfect clarity to show just what a developing discipleship is about. Tim mixes bible passages with real life, and often humorous, examples of those “situations” we all find ourselves in. This will mean, I suspect, that this book will appeal to an age range much wider than its intended young adult audience.
Julian Finbow, Youth Leader, Cambridge
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Details for The Cry Of My Heart
|Page last updated||9th March 2016|
|Author / Artist||Tim Hawkins|
|Publisher||Good Book Company (November 2007)|
|Number of Pages||159|