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Following Jesus (Luke 9-12)

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Gordon Cheng

Following Jesus (Luke 9-12)

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Gordon Cheng

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Being a disciple of Jesus has never been a walk in the park. It's more often a long, dusty, difficult road, with plenty of sweat and suffering. That's the road, after all, that Jesus Himself walked, as He headed south from Galilee to Jerusalem to face the cross.

Following Jesus walks with Jesus on the road to Jerusalem in Luke 9-12, and learns with His disciples what following Him really means. It means that nothing in our lives will ever be the same again, because we have said 'no' to ourselves and 'yes' to Jesus as our Lord and King.

  • Title

    Following Jesus (Luke 9-12)

  • Author(s)

    Gordon Cheng

  • Series

    Pathway Bible Guides

  • ISBN

    9781921068249

  • Publisher

    Matthias Media

  • Bible Book

    Luke

  • Audience

    Adults, Small Group

  • Pages

    67

  • Published

    01/12/2009

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