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Commitment- Developing Deeper Devotion to Christ [print]

By: Hybles, Bill [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Hong Kong, China, Tien Dao Publishing House Limited, [(c)2001. Edition: Third Chinese EditionDescription: 150 pages; 16.4 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789622084490; 9622084494Subject(s): Christian life | Education | ReligionLOC classification: BV4501.2.C666 2001BV4501.2.H992.C666 2001COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: Abstract: This book helps you review the "Sermon on the mountain" and find practical ways to assess your current "commitment" level and help you set your goals for growth. You will find Christ's reward for his followers. You can also learn how to avoid the obstacles of commitment and get closer to Christ.
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Non-fiction BV4501 .C66 H93 2001 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923001774443

880-01 This book helps you review the "Sermon on the mountain" and find practical ways to assess your current "commitment" level and help you set your goals for growth. You will find Christ's reward for his followers. You can also learn how to avoid the obstacles of commitment and get closer to Christ.

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