What Am I to Do?

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Xulon Press, 2007 - Religion - 96 pages
God's design for the Christian focuses on attitudes and activity! There are specific circumstances with conditions and commands that when put into practice brings glory to God. The purpose of this study booklet is to provide you insights on what you are responsible for as you relate to the world of unbelievers and believers. "What Am I To Do?" addresses the practical aspects of the Christian life. The booklet provides Biblical insights to the many questions that relate to living life as a Christian. You will learn what the Lord requires, the importance of church life and various aspects of ministering to others. You will discover who is to be first in your service and how to serve effectively. This booklet is the fourth of six in the "Growing In Him" series. Each booklet addresses specific topics of interest to help you to grow in faith to foster your spiritual growth. Straight to the Heart Ministries Inc. focuses on presenting Biblical truth in a forthright and truthful manner. The purpose is to provide solid Biblical truths for the spiritual growth and maturity of believers. Robert A. Hanson has a deep concern that both newer and older believers receive what is essential for their walk with the Lord. Ranging from foundational studies for new believers to more extensive studies for older believers, these are study booklets that can be utilized in a small group or individual studies. The topics range from various dimensions of fellowship, walking, and working with the Lord, to suffering, or serving the Lord. A question-answer self-study format focuses on the topic with printed verses, and in some cases, followed with explanation of key words or thoughts.

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Introduction Page
Established Ordinances Page
In Fellowship Together Page
Ministering To the Lord Page
Ministering In the Church Page
Ministering For the Lord Page
Ministering To the Lost Page
Ministering To Believers Page
Final Thoughts Page

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