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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

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 test is obedience. Those who love the Lord obey Him. All who are disobedient to Him do not love Him.  
In this booklet, we present the nine marks of a disciple, an extended excerpt from "The Making of Disciples" by the author. They are drawn from the Word of God. Read each one carefully and answer the questions that follow, preferably in writing.

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