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"Peter Hammond’s Discipleship Handbook is a treasure trove of practical truth for anyone interested in following Jesus Christ. It is simple enough to bless and encourage a new Christian and profound enough to inspire a seasoned saint. If you love the Word of God, this is a book you will highly esteem. The Discipleship Handbook establishes a Biblical standard to which we can all aspire. It is highly practical and very positive, in a day when Christians have lost the shock of sin, and the Church seems to have abandoned the awe of God’s holiness, this book will rekindle the smoldering fires of devotion that have burned low for too long. It was Carlyle who said, 'He is wise who can instruct us and assist us in the business of daily virtuous living.' The Discipleship Handbook will do just that. It is beautifully organized and easy to study."
Rev. Bill Bathman,

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