Revelation is addressed to the churches in chapter one and for the churches in the last chapter. One would expect God’s last love letter to be a favorite book among Christians, but it isn’t. It isn’t because it isn’t understood.
This book has been highly received by numerous evangelical leaders and is used as the textbook on Revelation in Bible colleges as far away as Africa and India.
“From the first, I was taken with the desire of Ken to help people see that the book of Revelation was written primarily to help people in their walk with God in the midst of troubled times, and not as a text to figure out the sequence of the end times. This was also the first time I had seen the theme of overcoming given as the main thrust of Revelation. So, I had to read his manuscript to see if in fact he had come upon something I had missed. I am convinced that he has. I have found his book to be extremely helpful to see the desire of God to have his children to be overcomers, and the resources available to us to do just that as the end approaches. And the book is more than that, for it does not side-step the questions that are raised as one reads the book of Revelation.” —Stephen R. Bradley, Director of Field Education, Columbia Bible College. Columbia, South Carolina
To be wise, one must spend time with the wise. And how does one become wise? One way is by learning from all the foolish things one has done in the past.
Success in life is not a seamless highway; that road has bumps. To become an authority on this, Peter G. James Sinclair has led a life that has been a series of stops, starts, fast bursts, long hauls, desert treks, jungle manoeuvres, and a whole lot more. And yet even when a brick wall has stood between him and success, he has learnt to stand back, size up the opposition and simply shout, ‘There must be another way through’.
And do you know what? There always is.
If We Screw Each Other, We’re All Screwed: A Book on Getting Earthly Wisdom is the result of a life lived in the real world dealing with real people. Within its pages, more than five decades of tried and tested wisdom has been compacted into short, concise and easily digestible phrases that have been designed for immediate application to your life. Some would call them quotes. Peter calls them liquid gold.
In order to reach success in life and have successful relationships in this world, one must acquire and administer earthly wisdom.
The Just the Word Bible study series profiles single words across the entire Word of God, from Genesis to Revelation, to reveal a comprehensive view of each topic.
This guide is purposely free of author commentary, allowing the Word of God to be its own commentary. Just the Word seeks to be
This book represents my attempt and my exhortation to others to step back from the trees in order to see the forest. I believe we human beings were built to win. I believe we were fashioned in eternity, complete with built-in corrections for the flaws that would develop in the time realm because of the free radical of free will.
I believe, therefore, that the flaws and sins of humankind have been accounted for and provided for from before the foundation of the world. All sins and their consequences—from serial murder to self-murder; from heinous tortures, rapes, racism, and wars to all diseases and every sickness, whether physical, mental, or religious—were laid on Jesus and borne away. The most important phrases Jesus uttered from the cross were, “Father, forgive them,” and “It is finished.” He spoke those words as He died the most horrible, unfair, and undeserved death any man could suffer. He was holy, just, and good. He died for us—the unholy, the unjust, and the un-good—and yet He said, “Father, forgive them.”
Spiritual Transformation is a scripture-based process of healing that ordinary people can use to transform their thinking, and renew their minds. What transforms are the psycho-cultural assumptions that distort the way people see themselves. Use the 6 Keys to enhance your understanding of the Law of Spiritual Transformation, and empower people to live more prosperous lives.
Salvation is the rich and rewarding theme of Scripture. From beginning to end, we see a God who seeks the lost in order to forgive their sins and restore their fellowship. According to 1 Peter 1:10, “Concerning this salvation, the prophets, who spoke of the grace that was to come to you, searched intently and with the greatest care.” We should want to know more about it too. There is nothing more important than our response to God’s grace. Near the end of his life, hymn writer John Newton said, “My memory is nearly gone; but I remember two things: that I am a great sinner and that Christ is a great Savior.” It is, in fact, vital to have a biblical understanding of salvation. Questions such as “Who can be saved?”, “What is the gospel?”, and “Why did Jesus have to die?” are of primary importance. Fortunately, the Bible answers these questions and many more. This book takes one hundred questions about salvation and addresses them with God’s Own Word. The Lord, the Author of salvation, came “to seek and to save what was lost” (Luke 19:10), and He is the focal point of these answers.
Es como un ¡extraterrestre! Mucho se habla de él, pero pocos lo han visto. ¿Cuáles son las características de un discípulo de Cristo? ¿Cómo luce un discípulo? ¿Estoy viviendo como un verdadero discípulo de Cristo? ¿Por qué a la iglesia cristiana de nuestros tiempos le cuesta tanto trabajo haced discípulos? En algunas de nuestras iglesia, Un discípulo Es casi como un extraterrestre, muy pocos lo han visto. “El Discipulado, el proceso de la Iglesia”, responde claramente estas preguntas. Al leer el libro usted vera de forma clara, y precisa como luce un discípulo, como se puede medir si la iglesia está cumpliendo con la Gran Comisión o no. Vamos detrás de programas y eventos; nos llenamos de feligreses pero no formamos discípulos. Discípulos forman discípulos. Uno no puede dar lo que no es. No podemos pensar en hacer discípulos, sin antes serlo. El ser viene antes que el hacer. Entonces, sin espíritu de juicio, le ayudaremos a crear una estrategia simple pero efectiva que responda a las siguientes preguntas: 1. ¿Dónde estoy? 2. ¿Adónde debo llegar? ¿Cuál es mi meta como cristiano? 3. ¿Cómo voy a llegar a ser como Cristo?
Like a lot of people, Susan didn't believe that she had a story worth sharing, a story that would impact lives for Christ—that is until that surprising day when God called her to write her testimony. That day, with fingers pressed upon the keys of her laptop, Susan embarked on a journey that forever changed her life as well as the lives of others. Over the course of a few years, as Susan wrote, God began to orchestrate the events of her life to paint a beautiful picture depicting how His people should live in preparation for His return and demonstrating His desire that we begin living lives that testify to Him.
In these pages you will find more than simply the words that describe Susan’s personal journey; you will hear the Savior’s voice. You will hear the message that Jesus lovingly laid on her heart, a message that speaks about how He longs for His ultimate wedding day to His Bride, the Church, and about how we should live in preparation for that day.
Just as a bridge once connected Jerusalem with the Temple Mount, bringing people closer to the Temple where God resided, these stories will lead you into a deeper relationship with the Lord. They will help you to discover your own story—for God created you to testify! You are meant to be a bridge that leads others to Christ. God wants to speak through you, so let’s get started finding your story!
Adeola began a quest to know more about God because he felt what he was receiving from church on Sundays wasn’t enough. On his journey to knowing more about God, he stumbled upon many things that are of great importance to God in regard to our relationship with Him but that churches seldom talked about or put adequate emphasis upon. Adeola dedicated several months to studying the Word of God in order to seek out why these life-changing discoveries about our relationship with God are so essential. These reasons and relevant passages in the Bible that highlight their significance have all been incorporated into this book.
(A Companion Book to “Understanding” the Trinity: Three Persons vs. Three Manifestations)
Throughout Church history, there has been confusion over the oneness of God and the Trinity. Who is Jesus Christ? Is he God, Man, or both God and Man? And who or what is the Holy Ghost? Understanding the Oneness of God and the Conspiracy against Jesus Christ and the Christian Church seeks to relieve your confusion and help you understand. Natural and spiritual conspiracy theories God’s name in Hebrew, Greek, and English Church history and theological discussions A new revolutionary “oneness” in Christian Theology Major religions and the oneness of God
Who is Jesus Christ, really? The oneness of God (Deuteronomy 6:4) The Trinity (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) Modalism vs. oneness theology Who is the one Lord God Almighty? The dual nature of God (Spirit and Flesh)
The relationship between the Sabbath and Sunday Antichrist statements made by Christians God’s highest and most glorious name The apostles’ doctrine How to be born again through water and Spirit The Great Commission
How Jesus’ Name was used in the born-again experience How the keys of the kingdom of heaven were used. How to be born again, and how the keys of the kingdom of heaven were used to build the church upon the “Rock of Jesus Christ”
“Will Daniels’ books are required reading for my students. If you are seeking truth, read this book.” —Dr. Lillie V. Brandon, pastor and founder of God’s Miracle House of Prayer Church