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The third book in the Commitment to Spiritual Growth Series, Spiritual Maturity, by classic author J. Oswald Sanders, will prove to be a blessing to Christians who are seeking depth in their relationship with God. Sanders points out the arresting difference between God's thought and man's weakness and inadequacy to a deeper understanding of discipleship.
Paperback, 208 pages
Published January 1st 2005 by Moody Publishers
(first published May 1st 1969)
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Dec 13, 2013 Hany Adieb rated it 5 of 5 stars · review of another edition
مدام غيون ( Madame Guyon )
سجنت من أجل إيمانها بالمسيح من سنة 1695 إلى سنة 1705 . و عوضا عن ان تندب سوء حظها قبلت بفرح إرادة الله على انها لخيرها . فقد كتبت تقول :
" قضيت أوقاتي في سجن فنسان و أنا أشعر بسلام عظيم . و رنمت ترانيم الفرح التي تعلمتها خادمتي مني عن ظهر قلب . ورنمنا نحن الاثنتين تسبيحك يا آلهي . وحجارة جدران السجن شع منها النور الى عيني كما لو كانت حجارة كريمة . و قلبي امتلأ بذلك الفرح الذي تعطيه للذين يحبونك و هم يحملون أثقل صلبانهم ."
و في هذه المناسبة ذاتها كتبت مدام غيون قصيدتها ال ...more
This is an excellent book to read regarding the basic doctrines concerning the Trinity -- God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. I highly recommend it -- not necessarily for brand new believers -- but for those who are wanting to deepen a fairly young faith and begin to mature in their knowledge of God. And -- of course -- it is good for all seasoned believers who are needing a refresher on the basics of the faith.
Read this book with a group in my church. Interesting format, suggesting scripture reading which directly corresponds to the content. Split into three parts, each part pertaining to the trinitarian Godhead. This book is a great expositional piece on the bible, and I enjoyed it. 240 Pages
seemed like a doctrinally stable book. dry though, as were the other two in this series. the last two chapters in the book dealt with tongues which was somewhat interesting. I prefer John Bunyan and Charles spurgeon to this author, but I prefer this author 10 times more than someone like houge or some devotional feel-good "be blessed" book. anyway, if you are looking for dry potatoes and barley green, this is the book.