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The Way Of Christian Character - The Christian Way #5 - cover

The Way Of Christian Character - The Christian Way #5

Zacharias Tanee Fomum

Publisher: ZTF Books Online

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Christian character is all-important. The Lord Jesus wants all His disciples to be like Him in their character. He has put the Holy Spirit in each believer to work that character out. Only those whose character conforms in every way to that of the Lord Jesus can be said to be truly entirely sanctified.This book is about the character of Christ in the life of the Christian. We send it out with prayer that the Almighty Father should use it to work out the character of His begotten Son in His adopted sons.

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