Saints,This book has been personally life-changing for me. Here is a review I wrote for the book and want to encourage saints to get a copy for yourself and others:"When I read this book for the first time it was truly a paradigm shifting book for myself. Of all the subjects most needful for Christendom in the West I believe this book is one of the most needful. It has personally encouraged me in my journey with Jesus. This book is one of my top ten recommended books to saints. On our walk with the Lord to touch godliness we will need to walk in humility and submission, this is not a popular way for even our Lord said it was Narrow in Matthew 7. For young or old, lay person or pastor this volume will be of a great benefit. I have passed on many copies to others and will continue to do so." - Greg GordonHow often we find ourselves on the outside, watching others who have a sincere godliness and a trust in the Lord that can't be stopped; but it all seems beyond our reach.K.P. Yohannan challenges us that we, too, can touch godliness as we follow Jesus down the path of surrender and submission. Chapter by chapter, with fatherly concern he confronts us with truth that few others are willing to say--truth that leads to the abundant life we so desire.Plus, the included study guide offers thought-provoking questions and pointed action steps to move us from head knowledge to heart transformation.Paperback:http://www.amazon.com/Touching-Godliness-K-P-Yohannan/dp/1595891218/ref=tmm_pap_title_0Kindle Ebook:http://www.amazon.com/Touching-Godliness-ebook/dp/B00CODS6WU/
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Brother, all of KP's books are paradigm shifting :) I recently saw there is also a new edition of his book "That They All May Be One."http://www.gfa.org/resource/detail/they-all-may-be-one/Also I want to read his latest book: "Crisis in Leadership"http://www.gfa.org/resource/detail/crisis-leadership/
Amen brother. Whenever I read anything by brother K.P. I get closer to the heart of the Lord and my heart opens towards a burden for the lost souls facing a Christ-less eternity.