Victorious Christian living : a biblical exposition of sanctification / Robertson McQuilkin. [print]

By: Material type: TextTextPublication details: Columbia, South Carolina : Columbia International University [(c)1987.; Columbia, South Carolina. : Columbia International University [(c)2008..Description: 32 pages ; 23 cmContent type:
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COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:Summary: Robertson McQuilkin explores the issues behind why many Christians don't experience a "normal" Christian life, which is seen in the New Testament as a life of victory, peace, and joy. Instead, many Christians tend to live and behave like morally upright non-Christians, without the vibrancy and victory of a life that centers around constant, personal companionship with Christ. McQuilkin takes a balanced approach, examining the divine and human aspects of sanctification, as well as a roadmap back to experiencing a normal Christian life as God intended. Amazon
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Robertson McQuilkin explores the issues behind why many Christians don't experience a "normal" Christian life, which is seen in the New Testament as a life of victory, peace, and joy. Instead, many Christians tend to live and behave like morally upright non-Christians, without the vibrancy and victory of a life that centers around constant, personal companionship with Christ. McQuilkin takes a balanced approach, examining the divine and human aspects of sanctification, as well as a roadmap back to experiencing a normal Christian life as God intended. Amazon

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Robertson McQuilkin (1928-2016) was a missionary statesman, educator and writer with an extensive ministry in the United States and overseas. He was the president of Columbia International University for twenty-two years and served as a missionary in Japan. In 2010 he received the Lifetime of Service Award from Missio Nexus.

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