The assurance of our salvation : exploring the depth of Jesus' prayer for His own : studies in John 17 (Book, 2000) [WorldCat.org]
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The assurance of our salvation : exploring the depth of Jesus' prayer for His own : studies in John 17

Author: David Martyn Lloyd-Jones
Publisher: Wheaton, Illinois : Crossway Books, 2000. 1988
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Just hours before his betrayal and arrest, Jesus offered his famous High Priestly Prayer--one of the most intimate moments between Christ and his Father recorded in Scripture. John 17 has thus greatly encouraged Ciristians for millennia as it boldly affirms our connection to Christ. In this masterful, verse-by-verse exposition of Jesus' words, renowned Bible teacher and preacher Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones lays before  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Sermons
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Martyn Lloyd-Jones
ISBN: 1581341407 9781581341409 9781433540516 1433540517
OCLC Number: 42295848
Notes: Originally published separately in four vols., 1988-89.
Description: 662 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Saved in eternity --
Safe in the world --
Sanctified through the truth --
Growing in the Spirit.
Responsibility: Martyn Lloyd-Jones.

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Lloyd-Jones draws out the timeless truths of John 17 by looking at how Christ prayed, unfolding the majestic themes of our assurance of salvation, our union with God and other believers, and God's  Read more...

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