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Strength for the Storm Spiritual Lessons - from Wang Mingdao, John Sung and other Chinese preachers - which prepared the Church for suffering by Wang Mingdao, John Sung, et al

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Published by O M F Books in Singapore .
Written in English


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What gave the Church in China strength to endure the storms of persecution? How did God prepare them? One of His tools was a unique group of Christian leaders, to whom He gave special gifts of preaching and teaching. Now for the first time some of the sermons of men like Wang Mingdao, John Sung, David Yang and Marcus Cheng are published in English and thus made available to a wider readership.

Each chapter consists of a series of articles and contributions by different men, brought together under one theme.

Edition Notes

ContributionsTranslated by Arthur Reynolds
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9202886M
ISBN 10997197262X
ISBN 109789971972622
OCLC/WorldCa27016128

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