Overcomers are people who, constantly facing choices between satisfying God or satisfying self, choose to satisfy God. Those who continue as overcomers are those who make God their consistent choice. By their consistent choice of the Lord (which also means that they consistently reject the wicked one), they satisfy God’s heart and make themselves the object of hell’s greatest fury and heaven’s greatest joy.
These overcomers are people who succeed to have their love for the Lord maintained by:
of even the slightest barrier between them and God.
It is in the purpose of God that all His elect should overcome the devil, the world, and the flesh. Unfortunately, many are overcome because of an unwillingness to pay the price. Overcomers are normal Christians.
This audiobook goes out with the prayer that the Lord of glory should move through the power of the Holy Spirit to produce many overcomers in His Church; for His great purposes are tied up with these.
What made the experience of listening to The Way of Overcomers the most enjoyable?
The good narrator.
What did you like best about this story?
The understanding of the main topic of the book.
Which character – as performed by John H. Fehskens – was your favorite?
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Not that type of book.
Any additional comments?
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
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The Way of the Overcomer is deep and rich with wisdom. It begs you to put into practice the lessons you are taught to become an overcomer with victory in the heavenly realm.
Fomum asks good questions to get you thinking and questioning your own life. He does not mince words, and yet, Fomum speaks in love as he teaches us the truth of how to be an overcomer in our lives.
This is a book I will have to listen to more than one time to grasp all the lessons. The truths that Zacharias Tanee Fomum imparts are timeless and needed in today's world, where right and wrong is blurred into shades of grey.
John H. Fehskens has a clear, easy listening voice.
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