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The Way Of Obedience - The Christian Way #2 - cover

The Way Of Obedience - The Christian Way #2

Zacharias Tanee Fomum

Publisher: ZTF Books Online

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Summary

The Way of Obedience presents simply and deeply fundamental truths about Baptism in Water, Baptism Into the Holy Spirit, and Soul Winning as found in the Word of God.The main goal of this book is to bring the young convert to enter and experience these truths. For the mature believer, it is not only material for his personal edification, but also a guide for his pastoral ministry.May this book lead all twice-born people into obedience on basic issues. May God the Holy Spirit lead all its readers into immediate and continuous obedience.God bless you as you read and obey its contents.

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