"Your basic combat training is designed to accomplish two purposes: familiarize you with the fundamental requirements of military life, and teach you how to fight and defeat an enemy." (Department of the Army Pamphlet, PAM 350-43, The Soldier's Basic Combat Training Handbook, March 1973, pg.7) There are many similarities between joining the army, entering boot camp and joining the Body of Christ as a new believer, growing into a soldier of the Lord. Many Christians seem to believe wearing the "Christian uniform" on Sundays makes them a soldier for Christ--but being a real soldier requires a lot more than just the uniform. Boot Camp - Basic Training for the Believer was written to help every believer develop into a faithful soldier and mighty warrior for God. Comparing basic training with the Christian life, the reader will discover the principles and the joy in becoming a good soldier of Jesus Christ.
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|Size: ||838 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781631229558 (DRM-EPUB)|
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