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WHO IS TRULY A DISCIPLE OF THE LORD JESUS? - Practical Helps For The Overcomers #25 - cover

WHO IS TRULY A DISCIPLE OF THE LORD JESUS? - Practical Helps For The Overcomers #25

Zacharias Tanee Fomum

Publisher: ZTF Books Online

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Summary

This extended excerpt from "The Making of Disciples" (by the same author) presents the nine conditions of becoming and continuing as a disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ as outlined in the Scripture. 
A disciple is one who loves the Lord with all of his spirit, soul and body. There is one fundamental test of love. There is one way of proving whether a person loves the Lord or not. This booklet will reveal it to you. 
Read each condition carefully and answer the questions that follow, preferably in writing.

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