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Discipled to Christ
Discipled to Christ


 
The three chapters of this little volume illustrate through the life of Simon Peter the three principal aspects of Christian discipleship, namely: the call, the conditions, and the consolation of discipleship.

It is the person of the Lord Jesus to whom we are discipled- not to any system, organization, teaching or individual, but to one man and one man only, the Lord Jesus himself.

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Author: Stephen Kaung
ISBN: 978-0-935008-17-3
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As seen in the life of Simon Peter, the call to discipleship comes to all believers in Christ. The word of the Lord to His own is, Come ye after Me. He intends to re-make us according to His image and to use us according to His purpose. Only in response to this call can we fulfill the destiny foreordained by God. To help us understand this exceedingly important subject, the three chapters of this little volume illustrate through the life of Simon Peter- the three principal aspects of Christian discipleship, namely: the call, the conditions, and the consolation of discipleship.

It is the person of the Lord Jesus to whom we are discipled- not to any system, organization, teaching or individual, but to one man and one man only, the Lord Jesus himself. Discipleship is not without its conditions, though the fulfilling of them lies in the pure grace of God. And although the hardship incurred in discipline is sometimes not pleasant, it is more than compensated for by the fellowship of the Master and the transformation which follows such fellowship. May the Blessed Master encourage many into true discipleship.


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Highly recommend October 13, 2017
Reviewer: C Dyer from Diboll, TX  
When I first saw the title of this book I had a pre-conceived idea of what it would probably be about. Something along the lines of many other articles and books on 'discipleship' that I've seen over the years. Boy was I wrong! After I first read it, I described it to my friends as a book about the relationship between Jesus and Peter, which it is, but now I realize that it is more than that. It explains true discipleship through the experience of Peter in his relationship with Jesus. It begins when Peter first meets Jesus and ends with Peter's death in Rome. It is fascinating, all those I've loaned it to have agreed. I highly recommend this book.

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Short but powerful December 7, 2015
Reviewer: Rex Schultz from Colorado Springs, CO United States  
This little book is only three chapters and it would be easy to read it in one setting. But you would be making a big mistake! It is packed with powerful concepts that must be meditated upon and reflected on for days. It is a primer for making disciples.

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Only the starting line September 15, 2015
Reviewer: R. King from Galesburg, IL  
Discipled to Christ is one of the biggest "little" books I have ever read. We have lost Christ's commission to make disciples, amongst the 30-second prayers that create "pseudo-saved" Christians which flood the church with "pew-warmers" that think they have crossed the finish line of salvation, instead of seeing that salvation is only the starting line!
The greatest part of this book though was the prayers at the end of the chapters. I don't know that I have ever loaned a book out of yours before I wrote you about it, but I did (with) this one..... and saw my friend saved as he read this book with its prayers. I have seldom seen such a drastic change in a person as I saw in him!.... God truly used this book in a way I never expected.
Thank you again for it!

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Discipled to Christ October 30, 2014
Reviewer: Linda Ford from Taylorville, IL United States  
Mr. Kaung uses the inner life of Peter to demonstrate how God patiently and persistently leads his disciples to transform them into the image of our Lord and Savior that we might be made ready for the unique purpose for which we each were created.  Insightful.

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