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Every Christian Can Use This Book

  • May 4, 2013
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As a Christian how can you draw other people to Jesus? Jeff Neal and Shonn Keels use practical stories and how-to information combined with Scripture to help readers learn to have a heart for the lost in HOLD THE ROPE.
 
In the opening pages, they write, "I know I cannot save anyone, but I can show them the way. All members of the body of Christ are called to hold the rope and get others close to Jesus. In what way are you holding the rope and getting others close to Jesus? All of us are called to be participants in getting others close to Jesus." (Page 7)

Throughout the book, these authors use the metaphor of holding a rope to speak about getting people close to Jesus. The chapters cover different methods such as relationships, life, love, interruptions and prayer.

Every Christian will gain encouragement and insight from reading the pages of this well-done book. I recommend HOLD THE ROPE: HAVING A HEART FOR THE LOST.
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I am an Acquisitions Editor at Morgan James Publishing. I have written more than 60 books for traditional publishers and for more than 50 magazines. My blog on The Writing Life has more than 1,100 searchable … more
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"Hold the Rope" is a manual for the fully devoted follower of Christ who desires to live out the Great Commission. It not only includes compelling research, it was born out of the personal experience of two men who are practicing what they are preaching. Included within the pages are moving testimonies from several former world class athletes such as Chip “Mr. World Class” Minton and Ron “H20” Waterman.
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