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The Complete Works of Zacharias Tanee Fomum on Basic Christian Doctrines - The Complete Works of Zacharias Tanee Fomum #5 - cover

The Complete Works of Zacharias Tanee Fomum on Basic Christian Doctrines - The Complete Works of Zacharias Tanee Fomum #5

Zacharias Tanee Fomum

Publisher: ZTF Books Online

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The Complete Works of Zacharias Tanee Fomum on Basic Christian Doctrine is an anthology of 13 priority books on the basic doctrines of the Christian life by Professor Zacharias Tanee Fomum. 
The Way Of LifeThe Way Of ObedienceThe Way Of DiscipleshipThe Way Of SanctificationThe Way Of Christian CharacterThe Way Of Spiritual PowerThe Way Of Christian ServiceThe Way Of Spiritual WarfareThe Way Of Suffering For ChristThe Way Of Victorious PrayingThe Way Of OvercomersThe Way Of Spiritual EncouragementThe Way Of Loving The Lord 
Anyone who begins the Christian walk without them may be limping along the narrow way instead of running or cruising in it. 
The Lord is looking for Christ-like disciples. The Way Series, if read and studied, will propel you from being a new convert, believer or church member into the kind of disciple that Jesus commanded. In this way, the foundation for an enduring spiritual leadership will be laid. Would you like to become a disciple that pleases the Lord? If 'Yes,' this anthology is an indispensable vehicle to carry you through to your  desired destination.We send this anthology out with an outcry to the Lord of the harvest to use it to produce disciples who obey Him in everything out of sinners, saints, converts, church members and believers in Christ. May the Lord reach out to you as you go through it. May He transform you from whatever you are into a dependable disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ.

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