Lord, I'm Torn Between Two Masters
A Devotional Study on Genuine Faith from the Sermon on the Mount
Nov 21, 2000 | 304 Pages
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About Lord, I'm Torn Between Two Masters
Does It Sometimes Feel Impossible to Measure Up to God's Standards?
On a hillside overlooking the Sea of Galilee, Jesus opened the doorway to the kingdom of God.
He challenged His followers to pursue a faith without compromise. Without anxiety. Without judgmentalism. He encouraged them to build a faith that bears fruit. A faith built on rock. A faith that would be true to the only Lord and Master.
Is that the kind of faith you want? It sounds impossible. It feels unreachable. How can you possibly measure up?
Let Kay Arthur lovingly guide you through the life-changing Sermon on the Mount in her devotional study, Lord, I'm Torn Between Two Masters. It will minister to you in intimate ways. And these are truths you can share easily with others in small groups.
"If you listen to what God says to you through His living Word, then there is, in a sense, a new beginning--of understanding, of purpose. A new level of Christlikeness is attained." --Kay Arthur
About Kay ArthurKay Arthur is the author of numerous books, including When the Hurt Runs Deep and Lord, I Want to Know You. An international teacher and communicator whose work has touched millions of lives, Kay has received several awards for her writing and media programming. She currently serves with her husband, Jack, as co-CEO of Precept Ministries International, the organization they founded together more than 40 years ago and which today operates in 150 countries in 70 languages. Kay and Jack live in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
304 pages | Published by WaterBrook
On Sale Date: Nov 21, 2000
Trim Size: 6 x 9
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