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The Way of Discipleship - The Christian Way #3 - cover

The Way of Discipleship - The Christian Way #3

Zacharias Tanee Fomum

Publisher: ZTF Books Online

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In this book, The Way of Discipleship, we set forth the terms of discipleship as the Lord meant them to be. We know very clearly that Jesus never intended to have converts. He has always wanted disciples. We set forth these truths not from a superior position of those who have "arrived" but from the position of committed students in the School of Discipleship. 
This book goes out with prayer that the Lord Jesus will use its message to transform converts into disciples

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