The Paradox of Christian Experience: Valuable trials (2 Cor 1:1-11) a talk by Jonathan Lamb CD

Keswick Convention - 2010

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The Paradox of Christian Experience: Valuable trials (2 Cor 1:1-11) a talk by Jonathan Lamb

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The Paradox of Christian Experience: Valuable trials (2 Cor 1:1-11) is a Jonathan Lamb talk recorded at Keswick Convention - 2010 on Bible Study available as CD format. We live in a world where there are many claims to spirituality, and many distortions of true spiritual life, found even with the Christian
community. Evidence is seen in the popularity of prosperity teaching, with its promise of health and wealth, or the triumphalistic teaching
of those who imagine that, if we have faith in Christ, we will always be riding high on some success-oriented spirituality. 2 Corinthians
couldn't be more realistic, and is an important letter as we think about the nature of 'Christ-centred renewal'. It is a letter that shows that
knowing the Lord's grace and growing in our knowledge of Him is best experienced in the midst of pressure, not when we are removed
from such pressure. Session 1/7

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Page last updated 30th November 2016
Author / ArtistJonathan Lamb
FormatCD
PublisherEssential Christian (August 2010)
ISBNKESW04510D
Product Code4393880
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