Jesus is Enough!: One churchs transformation from spiritual consumers to more mature followers of Christ - eBook  -     By: Carlton McLeod
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Jesus is Enough!: One churchs transformation from spiritual consumers to more mature followers of Christ - eBook

WestBow Press / 2014 / ePub

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Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2014
ISBN: 9781490818054
ISBN-13: 9781490818054

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A devotional journey through the Scriptures, designed to restore true joy through the Person and Work of Christ and His Gospel, and encourage Christians to seek the Master rather than what's on the Master's table.



What follows is our journey; one that took our church a year and a half. This book is composed of sermons and leadership lessons we preached as the Lord shaped us and molded us into a mature body of believers. The lessons will give you an opportunity to apply them to your life as well.



Jesus is Enough to have joy! Jesus is Enough to walk in peace and contentment! Jesus is Enough to experience breakthrough because He is the breakthrough! Jesus is Enough to adjust our perspective, freeing us daily from the temporary, temporal confines of this earth to live with eternal and unchanging realities.

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