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Mysteries of the Kingdom The Missing Essentials in Modern Christianity by Terry Stanley

Mysteries of the Kingdom The Missing Essentials in Modern Christianity


Mysteries of the Kingdom The Missing Essentials in Modern Christianity by Terry Stanley

Why do so many Christians experience dryness, apathy, and a lack of passion in their life with God? How do we really connect with God? What does it really mean to believe and how do we do it? Can the presence of God be a part of our everyday life? What is actually happening in the heart when we trust? Explore the mysteries of the Kingdom of God, the lost spiritual disciplines, and discover what we all should have heard from the beginning.

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Publication date

24th March 2009


Terry Stanley

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Canaan Publishing Group


168 pages


Religion: general



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