Twelve ordinary men : how the Master shaped his disciples for greatness, and what He wants to do with you / John MacArthur.
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|Brazil Public Library - Brazil||226 M (Text)||38160000642635||Second Floor, Non-Fiction||Checked out||11/08/2016|
|Garrett Public Library||226.0922 MAC (Text)||30010170764255||Nonfiction||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 0785288244
- ISBN: 9780785288244
- Physical Description: XVIII, 201 pages ; 22 cm.
- Publisher: Nashville, TN : Nelson Books, .
- Copyright: copyright2002.
|General Note:|| "All Scripture quotations in this book, except those noted otherwise, are from the New King James Version; Quotations marked NASB are from the New American Standard Bible; Quotations marked NIV are from The Holy Bible, new international version; Quotations marked KJV are from the King James Version of the Bible."--Title page verso.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Common men, uncommon calling -- Peter : the Apostle with the foot-shaped mouth -- Andrew : the Apostle of small things -- James : the Apostle of passion -- John : the Apostle of love -- Philip : the bean counter -- Nathanael : the guileless one -- Matthew : the tax collector ; and Thomas : the twin -- James : the Less ; Simon : the Zealot ; and Judas (not Iscariot) : the Apostle with three names -- Judas : the traitor.
|Date/Time and Place of an Event Note:|| Adult NF Feb2016
|Summary, etc.:|| Who were these men? They weren't saints. They weren't scholars. They weren't even religious sages. What is most amazing about the disciples is that Jesus ever selected them at all: among them a handful of common fishermen, a hated tax collector, and an impulsive political zealot. When you take a fresh look at the disciples, you'll be faced with a stunning fact: The men the Savior chose were ordinary. Hopelessly human. Remarkably unremarkable. But they were available and obedient to the Master's call. And, under Jesus' teaching and touch, they became a force that forever changed the world. This book ... brings you face to face with the disciples as you've never seen them before. You'll walk in their shoes. You'll understand their doubts and hopes. And you'll hear the power of Jesus' words in a whole new way. The message ... is clear. If Christ can accomplish His purposes through the lives of common men like these, imagine what He has in store for you!
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