The School of Christ Paperback
The Inner Working of the Holy Spirit
by T. Austin-Sparks;
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The School of Christ
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“The ministry contained in this little book has been wrought on the anvil of deep and drastic dealings of God with the vessel. It is not only doctrinal: it is experiential. Only those who really mean business with God will take the pains demanded to read it.
“Of all the books that have issued from this ministry, I regard this one as that which goes most deeply to the roots and foundations of our life in Christ with God... May He make the reading of it result in a fuller understanding of the meaning of Christ.” — T. AUSTIN-SPARKS
“This is a book you will want to read many times. It was during my third reading that its truth fully dawned on me. It has affected my preaching, my outlook on life, and intensified my hunger for the glorious liberty of the Cross. We believe this book is destined by God to bless and edify numerous spiritually hungry ministers and laymen.” — DAVID WILKERSON
The School of Christ by T. Austin-Sparks was published by Rickfords Hill in June 2010 and is our 4595th best seller. The ISBN for The School of Christ is 9781905044269.
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Details for The School of Christ
|Page last updated||3rd August 2016|
|Author / Artist||T. Austin-Sparks|
|Publisher||Rickfords Hill (June 2010)|
|Number of Pages||112|