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Paths to Power - Living in the Spirit's Fullness - cover

Paths to Power - Living in the Spirit's Fullness

A. W. Tozer

Publisher: CrossReach Publications

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Summary

We present in these pages an outline, which may at least serve to suggest the way to a greater spiritual power for many of us. Or, as the title intimates, each major idea may be a “path” leading to a life of abundant grace promised in the Sacred Word. Let us remember that a path is merely a way toward something; it can never be the thing itself. A knowledge of the truth is not enough; the truth must be followed if we would realize in actual experience the blessedness which is here described.

 


 
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