Lord, What's Next?
TEACH Services, Inc., 2007 M11 7 - 188 pages
The disciples gathered around Jesus listening to His every word. They knew He was not going to be with them much longer. They needed to know, above all things, what they were going to do without Him. Jesus could hear their excitement as it cried out, Lord, what's next? With a smile on His face, He replied, Therefore go...
I went. Let me tell you about it...
I found mountains, oceans, walls, giants, lions, hard times, good times, rocks, endless roads, challenges, storms, impossibilities, blessings, sorrows, the call...and the answer. If you want to read about life changing experiences and be challenged like you have never been before, open the pages of this book. You won't want to stop reading until you have finished it. My hope is that you will be inspired to answer the call of every Christian...to be a missionary for God. Read on. It gets exciting, it gets emotional, it touches the heart, it gives hope. It makes the call.--Edwin Siliť
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