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The Way of Life - The Christian Way #1 - cover

The Way of Life - The Christian Way #1

Zacharias Tanee Fomum

Publisher: ZTF Books Online

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Summary

This book, “The Way of Life,” being the first book in the series, has as its theme, the Way into the Christian Life, the Way into Jesus Christ, the Way into God: the Way of Life.It is written specially to help you to find the Lord Jesus, give yourself to Him, and then you will truly begin to live. As you begin to read, we encourage you to press on right to the end and also answer all the questions at the end of each chapter.Our prayer is that, by the time you finish reading it, you will have entered into a living relationship with Jesus and then you, too, can say, "Jesus is my Saviour."May God bless you very richly!

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