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The Personal Spiritual Life

Author: Dr Peter Masters
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From the personal indwelling of the Holy Spirit to living a life of commitment these chapters stir and encourage readers to advance spiritually.
In what sense may we ‘feel’ the presence of the Lord? What was the apostle Paul’s method for progress in holiness? How may we identify our spiritual gifts? And how may we count more for the Lord, and sustain spiritual joy? These are among the themes of this tonic for present-day disciples of Christ.
‘Readers will find this new book by Dr Masters a practical and excellent way to spur them on in their desire to serve the Lord wholeheartedly...This book is easy to read but the opposite of shallow. The chapter on “Feeling the Presence of the Lord” is the first we have read that so carefully explains the blessing and purpose of God as being near to us by faith.’ – The English Churchman

Table of Contents
The Personal Spiritual Life
1. How We Treat the Holy Spirit Within

2. The Christian's Personal Struggle
A simplified view of Romans 6 and 7, showing how to overcome trial and temptation

3. Paul's Positive Plan for Holiness
In Romans 7 and 8

4. Walking in Spiritual Joy
The Christian's Happiness

5. Feeling the Presence of the Lord
Ways in which Christ in Near to his People

6. The Purpose of Our Walk
The Battle for Souls

7. Everyone Has Special Gifts

8. Spiritual Encouragements
Pressures - Prayer - Encouragement - Thanksgiving

9. The Power of Prayer
Do You Have a Ministry of Intercession?

10. Sincerity First and Foremost
in the Christian Armour of Ephesians 6.14

11. Humility Essential for Blessing
Serving the Lord with all Humility of Mind

12. A Life Of Commitment
Seen in the Companions of Paul

The Personal Spiritual Life

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Additional Information
Author Dr Peter Masters
Item Code MAST20
ISBN 9781908919205
Weight 300.0000
Publisher Wakeman Trust
Binding Paperback
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