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TAKE TIME AND TROUBLE TO KEEP YOURSELF SPIRITUALLY FIT.
(1 TIMOTHY 4:7 PHILLIPS)
As J. Oswald Sanders points out, true discipleship is more than intellectual assent to a belief in Christ-it involves the whole person and lifestyle.
Those with only a superficial belief will soon fall away from the faith, but Sanders says a true disciple would rather be presented with a difficult challenge than a soft option. Disciples are charged with the task of training themselves to be godly, because it is their responsibility to remain spiritually fit. Ever-fresh topics in this time-tested volume include:
¿ the disciple's second chance
¿ the disciple's olympics
¿ the disciple's ambition
¿ the disciple's right
¿ the disciple's senior partner
¿ the disciple's maturity
In addition, a "For Reflection" guide is included, making this book ideal for both individual and group study.
This is very helpful book and is good for leadership training of leaders in our Church.
This book is great, I would recommand it to anyone who really wants to grow spiritually as a disciple of Christ Jesus.
The sections and chapters are fairly short, and I found it an easy and quick book to read through.
One of the best books on discipleship ever written. A must for every Christian and an excellent tool for making disciples in the church.Published 3 months ago by Heather
This book is great, I would recommand it to anyone who really wants to grow spiritually as a disciple of Christ Jesus.Published 12 months ago by BalancingACT
great and easy read, you have to get the series
if possible, item in great condition, better than description
This is very helpful book and is good for leadership training of leaders in our Church. The bible references are important to study of the word.
Donald R. Kelly
This is a wonderful book that I would happily lead men (and women) through to further their spiritual develeopment. Read morePublished on September 22, 2010 by Collin Cambridge
I respect the writing of O. Chambers; however his position on discipleship in relation to salvation makes disciplship optional for the professing Christian. Read morePublished on July 15, 2010 by W. R. Murphy