Living Holiness: Willing to Be the Legs of a Galloping


Living Holiness: Willing to Be the Legs of a Galloping Horse Drawing from her many years of experience as a doctor in Zaire, Dr Roseveare vividly illustrates her own personal journey toward the holiness of God She has faced many disappointments on the way through her own lack of Christ likeness and failures to live up to God s standards of righteousness With deep humility, she shares with the reader her faltering steps in the process of learning what it means to be holy as God is holy She tells others stories of how God leads His people to be holy



10 thoughts on “Living Holiness: Willing to Be the Legs of a Galloping Horse

  1. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    Repent Love Obey Serve Perhaps those steps are rather like the hoofs of the galloping horse, where all four are essential, repeatedly essential, until the race is finished, and it is often practically impossible to see the order in which they move This gem by Dr Helen Roseveare transformed my paradigm of the impetus for international work A must read


  2. Margaret Roberts Margaret Roberts says:

    An immense read on what it means to be holy Using stories from her own life as a missionary in the Congo, Roseveare looks at 4 main aspects that lead to holiness repentance, love, obedience service An immense read on what it means to be holy Using stories from her own life as a missionary in the Congo, Roseveare looks at 4 main aspects that lead to holine


  3. Jonathan Jonathan says:

    I needed this book And I am so thankful for this book.Helen writes about her experiences with learning how to live in holiness before God, to trust in Him and to obey Him Implicitly, she agrees with Christian Hedonists the world over, if we seek to obey our LORD and to follow Him we will find our peace and our joy She does not seem to connect the two experien


  4. Cherry Goh Cherry Goh says:

    A very meaty and soul searching read This is the second time I ve the book and I m once again reminded of the importance of personal holiness Without holiness no one can see God Throughout the book Helen punctuates her 4 steps of holiness Repentance, Love, Obedience, Service with personal accounts of her time in Zaire Each story touches me, challenges me, and ins


  5. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    If God asks me to suffer something for a period of time, could I say with conviction, We know that in all thing God works for the good of those who love Him and have been called according to His purpose or would I grumble and wonder who God let it happen to me Could I thank God for trusting me with the experience, even of loss or severe hardship or illness or anythin


  6. Hope Hope says:

    Another exceptional entry in the series on the life and ministry of Helen Roseveare.


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