Raymond D. Sopp
(NASB); then, thankfully, strengthens our resolve to trust Christ even more and we remember to 'pray about everything!' Great stuff, Raymond
The Bible exhorts us to examine ourselves and Raymond Sopp
lovingly guides us on that journey in his
The Portrait of a Christian by Raymond D. Sopp
By: Raymond D. Sopp
book "The Portrait of a Christian" is a magnificent compilation of insights into various areas of our daily spiritual walk.
I had looked forward eagerly to the release of this volume of Ray's teachings, having been blessed for years by his
newsletters and by his
free tape ministry, but never had I anticipated what an incredible impact it would have on my spiritual life.
Thank you, Ray
, for giving us this truly wonderful book.
Raymond D. Sopp
is an on-fire, born-again believer with a calling.
It is probably one of the most unique callings known and unknown to the Christian world.
It is not to evangelize; it is not to witness to unbelievers; it is not even to spread the gospel: but it is to give self-professing Christians a hard look in the mirror.
With that said, The Portrait of a Christian was not written to condemn, and readers will not feel condemned while reading it; instead you will find the author's love for his
flock, and God's love for all.
stresses the point that we "do not know the hour" in which Jesus will come, so it is of the utmost importance to know beyond any doubt that we are ready.
is indeed called of the Lord to minister to others through the sharing of the truth of God in this book.
I like the way he
tells it like it is.
Minister Ray, I am still not finished reading your book, but I am on Chapter 30 and I will finish reading it tonight.
Dear brother Raymond
: Greetings from Jos, Nigeria.