By Bob Mumford
The highway believers trip is damaged with twists, turns, and detours into worldliness and man-made faith. fortunately, God makes use of that damaged street to attract us again towards the vacation spot our hearts lengthy for----intimacy with Him. In Agape Road, writer Bob Mumford illustrates the way to keep away from taking detours by way of abiding in Jesus. Experiencing God's unconditional agape love offers us the safety, id, and belonging we won't get the other way.
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Agape Road: Journey to Intimacy with the Father (Lifechangers Library) by Bob Mumford