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As mentioned from the very beginning, the purpose of this study has been two-fold:
Following Jesus, The Way
If you are not a Christian (or perhaps thought you were, but now wonder if you are a true disciple of Christ), I hope you will want to follow Jesus as Your Way for the rest of your life!
- For those who are Christians, to increase their appreciation of Jesus as their Lord and Savior, so they will want to serve Him with greater zeal;
- For those who are not Christians, to encourage them to let Jesus be their way to everything that is truly good, both in this life and in the life to come!
If so, remember that one finds Jesus in obedience. May I suggest that you concern yourself with three things:
To assist you in these three things, please feel free to utilize any and all of the outlines at My Website. In particular, you might find the following studies helpful:
- Obey the gospel of Christ, and Jesus will be your way to forgiveness and a closer relationship with God.
- Grow in grace and knowledge, that Jesus may lead you to a better life now, and to the eternal life to come.
- Serve Jesus without denominationalism, by finding a New Testament church, or if necessary, start one in your home.
To Obey The Gospel Of Christ
- Are You Ready For Your Journey Into Eternity?
- Baptism - A Special Study
- Conversions In The Book Of Acts
- The Gospel Of Christ
- Make Your Calling And Election Sure
- Why Are You Waiting?
To Grow In Grace And Knowledge
- After Conversion, What Then?
- A Closer Walk With God
- Growing In the Knowledge Of Jesus Christ
- Shining As Lights In The World
- The Significance Of Being A Christian
To Serve Jesus Without Denominationlism
If you need any assistance in obeying the gospel of Jesus or finding a church, please do not hesitate to .
- Following Jesus Without Denominationalism
- The Church Jesus Built
- What Is The Church Of Christ?
- What To Look For In A Church
- Finding A Church In Your Area
- Starting The Lord's Church In Your Home
The Lord Jesus Christ be with your spirit. Grace be with you. Amen.
(2 Timothy 4:22)