Austin-Sparks, T. – Recovering of the Lord’s Testimony in Fullness

Austin-Sparks Recovering of the Lord’s Testimony in Fullness is an eight chapter work by Austin-Sparks (Deeper Life Movement) on the Lord’s Testimony. Its chapters are arranged in principles that according to Austin-Sparks should be present in a person’s life if he has fullness of the Spirit.

The Recovering of the Lord’s Testimony in Fullness

by T. Austin-Sparks





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CONTENTS of Austin-Sparks Recovering of the Lord’s Testimony in Fullness

Chapter 1 – The First Movement
Chapter 2 – The State of the Wall
Chapter 3 – The Fundamental Matter of Worship
Chapter 4 – The Principle of Resurrection
Chapter 5 – What the Wall Speaks Of
Chapter 6 – The Work and the Workers
Chapter 7 – The Warfare
Chapter 8 – A Peculiar Treasure

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fam42 The Foolish Child
explains what the Bible teaches on fools and foolishness, and also a parent's solution to a foolish child.
Excerpts: Ecclesiastes 4:13 Better is a poor and a wise child than an old and foolish king, who will no more be admonished. A fool is a person who rejects advice.
We can define the concept of foolishness as the lack of values and vision toward eternity, toward spiritual things. In other words, this person lives focusing on things that the person wants, and he does not pay attention to what God says as being important, or how God says we should live.
Proverbs 18:2 A fool hath no delight in understanding, but that his heart may discover itself.
The basis of being wise is that you do not limit yourself, to just what you think you know. A wise person opens his thinking to the wisdom and advice of others, and weighs others’ opinions to see if they are right or not. The foolish only considers what he himself thinks, or what other fools like him think.

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