Xulon Press, 2004 - 72 páginas
Undoubtedly the world is filled with a vast number of cultures and religions. God wishes us to reach and spread the gospel to every ethnic group everywhere. We are to go and make disciples at home and abroad. This book will help you recognize that some who says they are for Jesus Christ could be for something else. They may be for self, money, or some other lustful ungodly desire. Fakers are focused on what they want, not the commands of God. Take a look at some of the details that God gives us in this book, and notice how the actions of a Faker have nothing to do with bringing people to Jesus Christ or making disciples for Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ and His Apostles give us strong and ample warnings about our actions when we proclaim that Jesus Christ is Lord over our lives.
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