No More Ordinary Paperback Book Paperback
Living the Life You Were Made For
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No More Ordinary Paperback Book
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Each chapter of this thrilling book explains how to tackle life with zest in spite of the circumstances. Each chapter also presents the life stories of people who learned to live extraordinary lives, people like Corrie ten Boom, Robert Le-Tourneau, Ruth Bell Graham, Hank and Betty Stam, Susannah Wesley and many others. Carol writes, 'This Heaven-guaranteed, extraordinary, too-good-to-be true life starts the instant that a sinner admits his or her need for a Saviour. Life with a capital 'L' begins the moment that you make the miraculous decision to enter into a partnership with the Man whose very identity is known as Life himself!'
Within each chapter the reader will find a practical approach to living the abundant life. Filled with applicable prayers, Scriptures to memorise, declarations to make and daily disciplines to incorporate into one's life, No More Ordinary provides the answers to life that everyone is looking for. Learn how to live a life that will leave the angels breathless, a life that will never be wasted, watered down, or made worthless by circumstances or the contemporary culture.
This book is a no-compromise, how-to-get-there-from-here manual that will remove the reader from the humdrum and mediocrity of this earthly existence and take him or her into the realm of a life that is abundant and full of joy.
No More Ordinary Paperback Book by Carol McLeod was published by Bridge-Logos in April 2014. The ISBN for No More Ordinary Paperback Book is 9781610361200.
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|Page last updated||9th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Carol McLeod|
|Publisher||Bridge-Logos (April 2014)|
|Number of Pages||216|