Studies through the book of Amos
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by William MacDonald
This book clearly explains the principles of New Testament discipleship. The Saviour's terms of discipleship are not only highly practical but will reward in knowing the peace that passes understanding. A disciple can be forgiven if he does not have great mental ability or physical prowess - but he cannot be excused if he does not have zeal. If his heart is not aflame with a red-hot passion for the Saviour, he stands condemned. After all, Christians are followers of the One who said, "Zeal for Your house has eaten Me" (John 2:17). Their Saviour was consumed with a passion for God and for His interests. Those who are constrained by the love of Christ will count no sacrifice to great to make for Him.
William MacDonald has, for many years, spoken plainly and written directly about the key issues of Christianity. Leaving a promising career 'at the foot of the Cross', he has travelled worldwide, telling the unsearchable riches of Christ. His more than eighty works published in North America are characterized by a clarity and economy of words that only comes through a major time investment in the Word of God. He is the author of the renowned "Believer's Bible Commentary".
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