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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2001
Availability: In Stock
What's the Secret?
Success in the Christian life is found in one Person: the Holy Spirit. But for many followers of Christ, the power of the Holy Spirit is a secret. Evangelist D. L. Moody calls Christians to tap into the power once more. Learn all about the Person and gracious works of the Holy Spirit, who...
- Teaches us
- Gives freedom
- Comforts us
- Guides into all truth
- Convicts us of sin
Find success in evangelism, prayer, in loving others, and in pleasing God. The secret for such success comes from the empowering of the Holy Spirit. The way of success has not changed since this classic work appeared more than one hundred years ago. It's still the Holy Spirit, "who inspired prophets and...continues to animate, guide, and comfort all true believers."