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Publisher's Summary

This Christian Self Help Collection includes three works:

  1. Pursuit of God
  2. The Practice of the Presence of God
  3. Humility

They will help one to achieve a better understanding of their relationship with Christ and strengthen their relationship with God.

©2018 New Classic Media (P)2018 New Classic Media

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For those who want to EXPERIENCE what is ours in Christ.

All genuine seekers will be blessed and enriched, and potentially brought to life by following the truth of this book. Very practical and applicable.

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Very powerful words!

The narrator sounds like Rod Serling from the Twilight Zone with a message to for the reenchantment of everyday life. a timeless form of good news in a time of bad news that has run out of time. those who take offence at this message should embrace the Nazi poverty of Nietzsche. -raw.atx