The Slave of Christ Paperback

by Seth Parr;

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The Slave of Christ

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Immerse yourself in a place where Sacrifice is reasonable, Love and Action are sensible, Victory is guaranteed, and Evangelism explodes. Developing spiritual perspective is crucial to your Christian walk. While Christ's sacrifice opens the door for us to Heaven, we must work to be conformed into His image-the sacrificial, selfless, serving image of a crucified Christ. Listen to the New Testament writers-specifically Peter, Paul, James, and Jude-and uncover what biblical service means and how it can change your life today. Peter led 3,000 people to Christ in one day, laying the groundwork for the early church. Paul became the missionary to the world and the most influential writer of the New Testament. James led the early church in Jerusalem and wrote the epistle that bears his name. Jude railed against false teaching and admonished believers to remain faithful. You would be hard pressed to find a better group of teachers to answer questions such as: How did the early patriarchs view Sacrifice? Did Jesus really mean for us to Love our enemies? What does the Christian life Act like? Is it possible to live Victoriously in a fallen world? How important is Evangelism in the twenty-first century? Discover the powerful principles that led these men to proudly proclaim themselves' slaves of Christ. The Slave of Christ will energize your spiritual walk and awaken the servant within.

The Slave of Christ by Seth Parr was published by Deward Publishing in June 2009. The ISBN for The Slave of Christ is 9780981970301.

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Details for The Slave of Christ

Page last updated 23rd March 2017
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherDeward Publishing (June 2009)
Number of Pages96
Thickness6 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
Product Code4260933
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