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The Marks of The Broken And The Unbroken Life

 

THE MARKS OF THE BROKEN AND THE UNBROKEN LIFE1

(A Voice For Personal Spiritual Revival – No 012)

By

Zacharias Tanee Fomum

Copyrights 1984, Z.T. Fomum

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1 From the book: “BROKENNESS” by Z.T. Fomum

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

The Broken Life

The Unbroken Life

True Conversion

About The Author

Other Books By Z.T. Fomum

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THE BROKEN LIFE

THEY ARE SELFLESS AND CHRIST-CENTRED

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p<>. They labour to put others first.

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p<>. They put the interests of others ahead of their own interests.

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p<>. They consciously allow others to use them to accomplish their own goals.

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p<>. They love God’s will and have no personal interest which will be crushed by the will of God.

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p<>. They give with no thought nor desire to receive.

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p<>. They preferentially give to those who will never be able to give back to them in any way.

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p<>. They are self-effacing and labour to hide their accomplishments.

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p<>. They are put off by praise and honour from men.

THEY ARE TRUSTING AND BELIEVING

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p<>. They believe people until these prove untrue and, even then, they are prepared to believe people who failed in the past but have repented.

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p<>. They impute right motives even to the mistakes of others, giving them the benefit of the doubt.

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p<>. They always see good intentions even in the failures of others.

THEY HATE SIN

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p<>. They hate sin even if there were no consequence(s) of it.

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p<>. Sin makes them totally sick.

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p<>. They hate all the products of sin.

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p<>. They repent of their sin and expose it.

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p<>. They hate sin, first of all, for what it is and only secondarily, for what it does.

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p<>. They are primarily concerned with what God thinks about their sin.

THEY ARE MOVED BY WHAT HAPPENS IN THE INSIDE

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p<>. They respond to the internal.

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p<>. They are moved by what is felt by their spirit in response to the Holy Spirit.

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p<>. They are primarily moved and respond to the love of the Father.

THEY EXPOSE THEMSELVES, ESPECIALLY THEIR FAULTS

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p<>. They are true.

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p<>. They expose their faults.

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p<>. They own up to their faults, sins and failures immediately.

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p<>. They run away from those who flatter them and seek the company of those who tell them the truth about themselves.

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p<>. They tell people the truth about themselves and do not bother to maintain any relationship that is built on falsehood.

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p<>. They rejoice and gladly accept honest criticism.

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p<>. They gladly accept criticism, even if it comes from an enemy. They are concerned with the facts of the criticism and refuse to bother about the motive.

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p<>. They deal harshly with any weaknesses in themselves and refuse to justify them.

THEY KNOW HOW TO YIELD

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p<>. They are willing to let go their rights and privileges.

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p<>. They are prepared to go a second mile.

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p<>. They are prepared to turn the other cheek.

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p<>. They would rather suffer loss than hit back.

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p<>. They are like worms. If you step on them, they put down their heads and burrow into the earth (Psalm 22:6).

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p<>. They are humble; for they know themselves as indeed God knows them.

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p<>. They have their confidence in the Lord and in Him alone. They have no confidence in the flesh, not even in their own flesh.

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p<>. They rejoice when others are well-spoken of. They rejoice when others are promoted.

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p<>. They sorrow at the failure of others.

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p<>. They are loyal.

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p<>. They promote others. They push them up.

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p<>. They enjoy the company of equals and superiors.

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p<>. They are at home, regardless of whether they are receiving or giving commands.

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p<>. They pray and think and then act.

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p<>. They seek God, receive His position on things, decide on the basis of what they have received and would not change.

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p<>. They praise that which is praise-worthy and condemn that which is bad.

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p<>. They will actively participate in a project for the glory of the Lord, regardless of who receives the praises from man.

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p<>. They are not easily moved. They are stable. Their joy is from the Lord and is abiding.

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p<>. They readily forgive and forget.

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p<>. When they are faced with an obstacle they do not seek a way out, but, knowing God as the Lord of all circumstances, they turn to Him and ask,‟Lord, what are You saying ?” They then act depending on what He says.

THEY ARE OFTEN QUIET. THEY LISTEN

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p<>. They love the company of God.

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p<>. They enjoy the presence of man but they prefer the presence of God. They are at home in His presence, be it for hours or days.

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p<>. They talk or keep quiet in response to the move of the Holy Spirit.

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p<>. They build a deep relationship and then other relationships of varying depths as is appropriate. They are transparent as the relationship demands.

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p<>. They make promises thoughtfully and keep the promises they make. If they fail to keep a promise, they repent and ask for forgiveness.

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p<>. They give and give and give.

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p<>. They believe God and they believe His Word.

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p<>. They do not demand signs, proofs and evidence. They are content with what God has said.

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p<>. They believe in the goodness of the Lord, regardless of what they are experiencing.

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p<>. They yield to the authority of God completely.

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p<>. They often ask God questions that will enable them to receive guidance from Him. They know how little their own knowledge is.

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p<>. They learn from the circumstances of life.

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p<>. When they are faced with contradictory evidence, they stop, investigate further, ask for more evidence and ascertain things before they move on.

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p<>. They weigh things on the eternal scale and stubbornly refuse to satisfy the passions of the moment.

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p<>. They are often conscious of their own failures and weaknesses and, therefore, act mercifully towards others who fail.

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p<>. They know that their time belongs 100 % to the Lord and they have to receive permission from Him before they use it.

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p<>. Their generosity is deep-seated and obvious, but they do not advertise it.

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p<>. They speak out when they do not agree and do not practice hypocrisy or deceit.

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p<>. When the Lord shows them that something will come to pass, they ask the Lord how that thing will come to pass. They receive things from the Lord and thereby know if they are to act or just wait on the Lord. They have rejected all underhanded methods and will not use any, regardless of how difficult the situation may be.

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p<>. They take the blame for their failures and faults and are prepared to take the blame for the failures of others.

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p<>. They desire spiritual riches.

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p<>. They are content with what they have and do not dream of increasing their possessions.

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p<>. They are unmoved by anything that they have materially.

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p<>. They treat everyone with respect and are not moved by the superficial elements of possessions or positions.

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p<>. They make the Lord their only Security.

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p<>. When faced with a problem, they wait on the Lord. They hear His voice and then they act as the Lord says.

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p<>. They are at rest. Even when involved in a lot of outward activity, they are at rest inwardly.

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p<>. They confess sin immediately and ask for forgiveness, and they do it with ease.

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p<>. They know that time will not remove any barrier and so they put their relationships right with God and with man through recognition of sin, acknowledgement of sin, confession and forsaking of sin.

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p<>. They concentrate on the needs of others.

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p<>. They refuse the help that is given them unless they are in dire need. Their refusal is not pride, but the desire to see the other person comfortable.

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p<>. They hold their peace under great provocation.

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p<>. The Lord counts on them. He commands them and He sends them to run His errands.

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THE UNBROKEN LIFE

THEY ARE SELFISH AND SELF-CENTRED

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p<>. They want to be first all the time.

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p<>. They put their own interests ahead of those of others.

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p<>. They exploit others and use them to accomplish their own goals.

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p<>. They fear that God’s will will interfere with their selfish interests.

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p<>. They give so as to receive in return.

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p<>. They give to those who will give back to them in kind or otherwise.

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p<>. They want to be known for what they give or do.

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p<>. They love praise and honour from men.

THEY ARE FULL OF DOUBT AND UNBELIEF

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p<>. They doubt everyone except themselves. They are hard and when you have fallen out of their favour, nothing can ever bring you back into it.

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p<>. They impute evil motives to the acts of others.

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p<>. They always see some evil in any good thing done by another person.

THEY LOVE SIN

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p<>. They enjoy sin but hate the evil consequence(s) of it upon themselves.

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p<>. They want to sin if they can do so without consequences.

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p<>. They love the products of sin, provided the consequences of sin are borne by others.

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p<>. They seek ways to cover sin instead of repenting of it.

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p<>. They are sorry about sin, not because it is evil, but because of the harm it causes.

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p<>. They are primarily concerned with what man thinks about their sin.

THEY ARE MOVED BY WHAT HAPPENS ON THE OUTSIDE

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p<>. They respond to the externals.

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p<>. They are moved by what they see, hear and feel in response to their outward environment.

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p<>. They react when loved or not loved by man or men.

THEY HIDE THINGS ABOUT THEMSELVES, ESPECIALLY THEIR FAULTS

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p<>. They are hypocrites.

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p<>. They hide all that is wrong about them.

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p<>. They justify their sins, faults and failures.

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p<>. They run away from those who tell them the truth about themselves.

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p<>. They are afraid to point out the failures of people for fear of losing a place in their hearts.

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p<>. They are hurt and wounded by honest criticism.

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p<>. When criticised, they refuse to face the facts and get concerned about the motive of the critic.

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p<>. They hardly do anything about their weaknesses beyond justifying their presence.

THEY ARE UNYIELDING

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p<>. They insist upon their rights.

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p<>. They insist upon having their due.

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p<>. They insist upon ‘an eye for an eye’.

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p<>. They are revengeful.

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p<>. They are like serpents. If you hit them, they raise their heads, prepared to strike back.

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p<>. They are proud, partly because they are blind, and their knowledge about themselves is distorted.

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p<>. They are self-confident; they have much confidence in their flesh and they have no confidence in others.

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p<>. They are hurt when others are well-spoken of. They are hurt when others are promoted.

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p<>. They rejoice at the failure of others.

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p<>. They are disloyal but pretend to be loyal.

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p<>. They pull others down and demote them.

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p<>. They hate the company of equals and superiors.

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p<>. They resist being commanded but enjoy commanding others.

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p<>. They act before they think: they are rash.

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p<>. They change their minds on things easily because they made up their minds rather hastily.

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p<>. They flatter people in order to get favours from them.

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p<>. They will participate in a project only if they will receive honour from it or if their ideas are being implemented.

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p<>. They easily get excited and easily lose the excitement. They are unstable. Their joy is from the world and is temporal.

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p<>. They hardly forgive and tend to be bitter.

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p<>. They always look for natural ways out of a difficulty and would not consult God about it. Because they are able on their own, they remove every barrier or blame God or the devil for it and keep going on.

THEY CANNOT BE QUIET. THEY CANNOT LISTEN

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p<>. They love the company of man.

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p<>. They cannot stand being in God’s presence and, therefore, they pray only for short periods and are frightened by the possibility of spending many hours or days with God alone.

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p<>. They are talkative or withdrawn.

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p<>. They ‘build’ many superficial relationships in which they put in little and hide a lot from the persons involved.

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p<>. They are unfaithful. They make no promises and so do not keep any, or they make many promises and then break most of them. They are surprised that you expect them to be faithful and disappointed when you do not take them seriously.

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p<>. They deal with God and man on condition that they will have the best of all things.

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p<>. They are always doubting God and His Word.

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p<>. They often demand signs, proofs or evidence.

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p<>. They doubt the goodness of God, even when they are surrounded by much of such evidence.

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p<>. They challenge the authority of God.

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p<>. They never ask God questions that will enable them to receive guidance from Him. ‟They know it all”. They do not know that they are ignorant.

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p<>. They fight with the circumstances of life.

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p<>. When they are faced with contradictory evidence, they throw away one set of evidence without any reason for it, and move ahead according to their passion for that moment.

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p<>. They are carried away by short-term projects and enjoyment without thought of the long-term consequences of these.

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p<>. They often forget the hurt they cause others and complain bitterly when they are hurt even in the slightest.

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p<>. They consider their time theirs and, therefore, invest it according to their desires.

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p<>. They give the impression that they are generous, whereas deep down in their hearts, they are selfish.

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p<>. They pretend to agree, even though in their hearts they do not agree. They practise hypocrisy and deceit.

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p<>. If the Lord shows them that something will happen, they immediately take things into their hands and force that which the Lord said would happen to come to pass by any means that is open to them.

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p<>. They shift the blame for their faults and failures to others.

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p<>. They desire material riches.

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p<>. They are discontent with the material possessions that they have, always wanting some more and more.

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p<>. They try to impress people with what they have materially.

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p<>. They treat people partially, depending on the people’s possessions or positions.

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p<>. They establish their own security systems instead of depending on the Lord.

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p<>. When faced with a problem, they worry, act, and afterwards they pray.

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p<>. They are always on the move. They cannot wait. They are restless. They may be stationary, but their thoughts are always on the move.

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p<>. They offer gifts to make up for a break-down in relationship instead of acknowledging their sin, confessing it and receiving pardon.

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p<>. Instead of putting things right immediately, they delay and hope that time will cause people to forget and the wounds will heal. They play the same game with the God who cannot be deceived.

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p<>. They concentrate on their own needs.

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p<>. They accept every help offered, regardless of what it costs others to help them.

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p<>. They lose their heads under severe provocation.

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p<>. The Lord does not count upon them and, therefore, He does not command them to obey Him, nor does He send them to do things for Him.

Professor Zacharias Tanee Fomum

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OUR REVIVAL TRACTS


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p<>. God Speaks to the Man Who Wants to Hear

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p<>. You Can Receive a Heart Free From All Idols Today

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p<>. The Practice of Truth in the Sexual Life

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p<>. The Manifestations of the Lordship of Self

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p<>. How to Bring People to Christ

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p<>. The Ministry of Fasting

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p<>. You Shall Receive Power

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p<>. The Call for Exceedingly Great Deeds

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p<>. Almost Saved!

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p<>. Those Who Will See Him

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p<>. The Ministry of Prayer

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p<>. The Marks of the Broken and the Unbroken Life

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p<>. The Santa Cruz Prophecy

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p<>. God, AIDS and You!

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p<>. The Marks of the New Heart

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p<>. When Is Adultery or Fornication Committed?

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p<>. Victory Through Persecution

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TRUE CONVERSION

(MARK 10:17-31)

All the blemished hearts represent unsaved persons.

The last pure heart alone represents the saved person.

Jesus cannot come in to blot out some of a person’s sins and not others. He comes in to blot out all sins or no sin at all.

He blots out sin that is confessed and forsaken forever.

He comes in to be Saviour, Lord and King in all things and in all circumstances or He does not come in at all.

He cannot come in to be Saviour without being Lord and King because He cannot divide Himself. He is Saviour, Lord and King of all or Saviour, Lord and King of nothing at all.

Professor Zacharias Tanee Fomum

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VERY IMPORTANT

If you have not yet received Jesus as your Lord and Saviour, I encourage you to receive Him. Here are some steps to help you.

ADMIT that you are a sinner by nature and by practice, and that on your own you are without hope. Tell God that you have personally sinned against Him in your thoughts, words and actions. In a sincere prayer, confess all your sins to Him one after the other. Do not omit any sin that you can remember. It may be helpful if you write out your sins on sheets of paper and then burn them after God has forgiven you. In doing so, you must be truly sorry for them, since they pierce God’s heart. Then, truly turn your back to and abandon your sinful ways. If you stole, steal no more. If you have been committing adultery or fornication, stop it. God will not forgive you if you have no desire to stop sinning in all the areas of your life; but if you are sincere, He will give you the power to stop.

BELIEVE that Jesus Christ, who is God’s Son, is the only Way, the only Truth, and the only Life. Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth and the life, no one comes to the Father but by me” (John 14:6), and the Bible says, “For there is one God and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus, who gave himself a ransom for all” (1 Timothy 2:5-6). If you believe this, you are also rejecting every other system or philosophy that suggests that a man can be reconciled to God outside of a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. If you believe in Jesus Christ, you will want to receive Him, for, “As many as received him, he gave them the power to become the children of God” (John 1:12). But,

CONSIDER the cost of following Him. Jesus said that all who will follow Him must deny themselves. This includes selfish financial, social and other interests. He also wants His followers to take up their crosses and follow Him. Are you prepared to abandon your own interests daily for those of Christ? Are you prepared to be led in new directions by Him? Are you prepared to suffer for Him and die for Him if need be? Jesus said, “Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace but a sword… and a man’s enemies shall be they of his household. He who loves father or mother more than me is not worthy of me; and he who loves son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me. And he who does not take up his cross and follow after me is not worthy of me” (Matthew 10:34 – 38).

This is very costly, but God’s gifts – peace, joy, eternal life, etc…, are far greater than whatever it may cost you. You do well to choose Him. Jesus will have nothing to do with half-hearted people. He demands a total commitment. He will only receive and forgive those who are prepared to follow Him AT ALL COST. Think about it and count the cost. If you are prepared to follow Him come what may, then there is something you must DO.

INVITE Jesus to come into your heart and life. He says, “Behold, I stand at the door and knock, if any one hears my voice and opens the door (to his heart and life) I will come in to him and eat with him and he with me” (Revelation 3:20). Why not pray a prayer like the following, or one of your own making as the Holy Spirit leads you?

“Lord Jesus, I am a wretched, lost sinner who has sinned in thought, word, and deed. Forgive me all my sins and cleanse me. Receive me, Saviour, and transform me into a child of God.Come into my heart now and give me eternal life. I will follow You at all cost, trusting Your Holy Spirit to give me all the power that I need. Amen.”

When you pray this prayer sincerely, Jesus answers at once and justifies you before God and makes you His child.

Please, write to me ([email protected]) and I will pray for you and help you as you go on with Jesus Christ….

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Zacharias Tanee FOMUM

1945-2009

Founding Leader,

Christian Missionary Fellowship International

(C.M.F.I)

Professor Zacharias Tanee Fomum was born in the flesh on 20th June 1945 and became born again on 13th June 1956. On 1st October 1966, He consecrated his life to the Lord Jesus and to His service, and was filled with the Holy Spirit on 24th October 1970. He was taken to be with the Lord on 14th March, 2009.

Pr Fomum was admitted to a first class in the Bachelor of Science degree, graduating as a prize winning student from Fourah Bay College in the University of Sierra Leone in October 1969. At the age of 28, he was awarded a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry by the University of Makerere, Kampala in Uganda. In October 2005, he was awarded a Doctor of Science (D.Sc) by the University of Durham, Great Britain. This higher doctorate was in recognition of his distinct contributions to scientific knowledge through research. As a Professor of Organic Chemistry in the University of Yaounde 1, Cameroon, Professor Fomum supervised or co-supervised more than 100 Master’s Degree and Doctoral Degree theses and co-authored over 160 scientific articles in leading international journals. He considered Jesus Christ the Lord of Science (“For by Him all things were created…” – Colossians 1:16), and scientific research an act of obedience to God’s command to “subdue the earth” (Genesis 1:28). He therefore made the Lord Jesus the Director of his research laboratory while he took the place of deputy director, and attributed his outstanding success as a scientist to Jesus’ revelational leadership.

In more than 40 years of Christian ministry, Pr Fomum travelled extensively, preaching the Gospel, planting churches and training spiritual leaders. He made more than:

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p<>. 700 missionary journeys within Cameroon, which ranged from one day to three weeks in duration.

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p<>. 500 missionary journeys to more than 70 different nations in all the six continents. These ranged from two days to six weeks in duration.

By the time of his going to be with the Lord in 2009, he had preached in over 1000 localities in Cameroon, sent over 200 national missionaries into many localities in Cameroon and planted over 1300 churches in the various administrative provinces of Cameroon. At his base in Yaounde, he planted and built a mega-church with his co-workers which grew to a steady membership of about 12,000. Pr Fomum was the founding team-leader of Christian Missionary Fellowship International (CMFI); an evangelism, soul-winning, disciple making, Church-planting and missionary-sending movement with more than 200 international missionaries and thousands of churches in 65 nations spread across Africa, Europe, the Americas, Asia and Oceania. In the course of their ministry, Pr Fomum and his team witnessed more than 10,000 recorded healing miracles performed by God in answer to prayer in the name of Jesus Christ. These miracles include instant healings of headaches, cancers, HIV/AIDS, blindness, deafness, dumbness, paralysis, madness, and new teeth and organs received.

Pr Fomum read the entire Bible more than 60 times, read more than 1350 books on the Christian faith and authored over 150 books to advance the Gospel of Jesus Christ. 5 million copies of these books are in circulation in 12 languages as well as 16 million gospel tracts in 17 languages.

Pr Fomum was a man who sought God. He spent between 15 minutes and six hours daily alone with God in what he called Daily Dynamic Encounters with God (DDEWG). During these DDEWG he read God’s Word, meditated on it, listened to God’s voice, heard God speak to him, recorded what God was saying to him and prayed it through. He thus had over 18,000 DDEWG. He also had over 60 periods of withdrawing to seek God alone for periods that ranged from 3 to 21 days (which he termed Retreats for Spiritual Progress). The time he spent seeking God slowly transformed him into a man who hungered, thirsted and panted after God. His unceasing heart cry was: “Oh, that I would have more of God!”

Pr Fomum was a man of prayer and a leading teacher on prayer in many churches and conferences around the world. He considered prayer to be the most important work that can be done for God and for man. He was a man of faith who believed that God answers prayer. He kept a record of his prayer requests and had over 50, 000 recorded answers to prayer in his prayer books. He carried out over 100 Prayer Walks of between five and forty-seven kilometres in towns and cities around the world. He and his team carried out over 57 Prayer Crusades (periods of forty days and nights during which at least eight hours are invested into prayer each day). They also carried out over 80 Prayer Sieges (times of near non-stop praying that ranges from 24 hours to 120 hours). He authored the Prayer Power Series, a 13-volume set of books on various aspects of prayer; Supplication, Fasting, Intercession and Spiritual Warfare. He started prayer chains, prayer rooms, prayer houses, national and continental prayer movements in Cameroon and other nations. He worked with leaders of local churches in India to disciple and train more than 2 million believers.

Pr Fomum also considered fasting as one of the weapons of Christian Spiritual Warfare. He carried out over 250 fasts ranging from three days to forty days, drinking only water or water supplemented with soluble vitamins. Called by the Lord to a distinct ministry of intercession, he pioneered fasting and prayer movements and led in battles against principalities and powers obstructing the progress of the Gospel and God’s global purposes. He was enabled to carry out 3 supra – long fasts of between 52 and 70 days in his final years.

Pr Fomum chose a lifestyle of simplicity and “self- imposed poverty” in order to invest more funds into the critical work of evangelism, soulwinning, church-planting and the building up of believers. Knowing the importance of money and its role in the battle to reach those without Christ with the glorious Gospel, he and his wife grew to investing 92.5% of their earned income from all sources (salaries, allowances, royalties and cash gifts) into the Gospel. They invested with the hope that, as they grew in the knowledge and the love of the Lord, and the perishing souls of people, they would one day invest 99% of their income into the Gospel.

He was married to Prisca Zei Fomum and they had seven children who are all involved in the work of the Gospel, some serving as missionaries. Prisca is a national and international minister, specializing in the winning and discipling of children to Jesus Christ. She also communicates and imparts the vision of ministry to children with a view to raising and building up ministers to them.

The Professor owed all that he was and all that God had done through him, to the unmerited favour and blessing of God and to his worldwide army of friends and co-workers. He considered himself nothing without them and the blessing of God; and would have amounted to nothing but for them. All praise and glory to Jesus Christ!

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OTHER BOOKS BY Z.T. FOMUM


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p<>. A Broken Vessel

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p<>. A successful Marriage (Husband’s Making)

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p<>. A successful Marriage (Wife’s Making)

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p<>. Are You Still a Disciple of the Lord Jesus

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p<>. Be Filled with the Holy Spirit

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p<>. Brokenness

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p<>. Celebrity: a masque

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p<>. Christ The Victor

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p<>. Come and See! Jesus has not Changed

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p<>. Come Back home, my son. I still love. you

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p<>. Daily Dynamic Encounters With God

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p<>. Deliverance from demons

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p<>. Deliverance from Sin

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p<>. Deliverance From The Sin Of Laziness

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p<>. Divorce And Remarriage

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p<>. Enjoying the Choice of your Marriage Partner

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p<>. Enjoying the Married Life

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p<>. Enjoying the Pre-Marital Life

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p<>. Enjoying the Sexual life

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p<>. Facing life’s problems Victoriously

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p<>. Freedom From Sin Of Adultery and Fornication

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p<>. Goals! How to Set them, and How to Accomplish Them

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p<>. God’s love and forgiveness

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p<>. Inner Healing

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p<>. Jesus loves you and wants to heal you

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p<>. Knowing God: The greatest Need of the hour

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p<>. Knowing the God of Unparalleled Goodness

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p<>. Laws of Spiritual Success

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p<>. Making Spiritual Progress vol.1

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p<>. Making Spiritual Progress vol.2

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p<>. Making Spiritual Progress vol.3

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p<>. Making Spiritual Progress vol.4

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p<>. Moving God through prayer

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p<>. No Failure Needs to be Final

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p<>. Personal Spiritual Revival

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p<>. Praying With Power

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p<>. Restitution

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p<>. Retreat For Spiritual progress

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p<>. Revelation a must

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p<>. Sanctified and Consecrated For Spiritual Ministry

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p<>. Soul Winning (vol.1)

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p<>. Spiritual Aggressiveness

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p<>. The Art Of Intercession

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p<>. The Art of Working Hard

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p<>. The Christian and Money

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p<>. The Dignity Of Manual Labour

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p<>. The Joy of Begging to Belong to the Lord Jesus

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p<>. The Making of Disciples

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p<>. The Ministers and the Ministry of The New Covenant

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p<>. The Ministry Of Fasting

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p<>. The Ministry Of Supplication

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p<>. The leader and his God

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p<>. The power of the Holy Spirit in the winning of the Losts

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p<>. The Practice of Intercession

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p<>. The Prophecy of the Overthrow of the Satanic Prince of Cameroon

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p<>. The school of Truth

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p<>. The Secret of Spiritual Fruitfulness

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p<>. The secret of Spiritual Rest

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p<>. The Shepherd and the Flock

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p<>. The Sin before You May Lead To immediate Death: Do Not Commit It!

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p<>. The Sower, The Seed and the Hearts of Men

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p<>. The Use of Time

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p<>. The way of Christian character

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p<>. The way of Christian service

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p<>. The way of discipleship

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p<>. The way of life

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p<>. The Way Of Loving The Lord

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p<>. The Way of Obedience

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p<>. The Way Of Sanctification

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p<>. The Way Of Spiritual Encouragement

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p<>. The way of spiritual power

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p<>. The Way of Spiritual Warfare

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p<>. The way of suffering for Christ

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p<>. The way of victorious praying

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p<>. The Women of the Glory vol 1

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p<>. True Repentance

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p<>. Vision, burden and action

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p<>. Waiting on The Lord In Prayer

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p<>. You Can Lead Someone To Christ

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p<>. You Can receive a Pure Heart Today

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p<>. You Can Receive The Baptism Into The Holy Spirit Now

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p<>. You have a talent!


The Marks of The Broken And The Unbroken Life

They are selfless and Christ-centred They labour to put others first. They put the interests of others ahead of their own interests. They consciously allow others to use them to accomplish their own goals. They love God’s will and have no personal interest which will be crushed by the will of God. They give with no thought nor desire to receive. They preferentially give to those who will never be able to give back to them in any way. They are self-effacing and labour to hide their accomplishments. They are put off by praise and honour from men.

  • ISBN: 9781310244698
  • Author: ZTF Books Online
  • Published: 2016-04-25 23:50:12
  • Words: 5195
The Marks of The Broken And The Unbroken Life The Marks of The Broken And The Unbroken Life