FIRST QUESTIONS ON THE LIFE OF THE SPIRIT by Thomas E. Powers
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FIRST QUESTIONS ON THE LIFE OF THE SPIRIT

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By now the ferment caused by The Laymen's Movement in the life of the Church, and especially the Protestant segment thereof, has reached almost every part of our land. Here are people who are daily testing what the Holy Spirit will do with a life that is abandoned to Him. From the ""results"" of the experience of over 1600 people this book has been written. Not only is it experimental in origin; it has the further virtue of being addressed to believers of all stations who will make the daring experiment of living lives controlled by God and in witnessing fellowship with each other. Such a book can be profoundly helpful to anyone who will stop playing at religion and try living it. The delineation of positive steps is no more important than the pointing out of pitfalls to the practicing believer. Friends who like to share discovered truths will find themselves passing this volume back and forth.

Pub Date: May 27th, 1959
Publisher: Harper