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Conquering An Enemy Called Average book by John L. Mason

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Divided into fifty-two “nuggets” of truth, Conquering An Enemy Called Average is a source of godly wisdom, scriptural motivation and practical principles. The words of this book will break down barriers to excellence in your life and release you to be all God created you to be. Read this book in one year—just one nugget a week—and your life will never be the same again.

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Conquering An Enemy Called Average book by John L. Mason

Bestselling author John Mason again launches an all-out attack on mediocrity with this sequel to his phenomenally popular book An Enemy Called Average.

Divided into fifty-two “nuggets” of truth, Conquering An Enemy Called Average is a source of godly wisdom, scriptural motivation and practical principles. The words of this book will break down barriers to excellence in your life and release you to be all God created you to be. Read this book in one year—just one nugget a week—and your life will never be the same again.

Product Code: PG5843
ISBN 978 9966 805 84 3
Trim Size: 14.0 cm x 21.2 cm
Pages: 132

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