Spiritual Prepper

Author: Jake Mccandless
Publisher:
ISBN: 194422954X
Size: 12.26 MB
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As the world appears to be spiraling out of control, Spiritual Prepper helps you focus your spirituality, morality, and faith in these troubled times. Religious liberty is under attack. Immorality is the standard. Christians are being persecuted. The church is struggling because it s been getting solutions from the wrong places. We shouldn t be surprised about these current conditions, but we are. Spiritual Prepper provides a fresh perspective on end-time prophecy by drawing out the spiritual effects of natural disasters, the Antichrist, the mark of the beast, topics like the spiritual implication of identifying with Christianity (2 Peter 3:3), and gravitating to messages you want to hear (2 Tim. 4:3-4). The biblical prophecies that explain these events and could help us cope have been overshadowed. Spiritual Prepper brings to light and makes relevant the forgotten prophecies that explain that men will take advantage of women (2 Tim. 3:6), Christians will quench the power of the Holy Spirit (2 Tim 3:1-5), believers will betray fellow believers (Matt. 24:3-13), and more. Spiritual Prepper is a guide to families and churches who need encouragement in the face of loved ones who have turned away from God and their faith. As the fallen word races towards the day of judgment, the time to be prepared spiritually is now. There will come a time when a spiritual disaster hits and we have to remain faithful. The goal is that you d persevere and remain faithful. That on the day you see the Lord, you d hear, well done my good and faithful servant. "

Clash Of Kingdoms

Author: Charles Dyer
Publisher: HarperCollins Christian Publishing
ISBN: 9780718089719
Size: 20.34 MB
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From the bestselling authors of The Rise of Babylon and The ISIS Crisis, the essential guide for Christians about what Bible prophecy foretells concerning current events in the Middle East—especially the rise of ISIS and the resurgence of Russia—while providing a way to find peace and hope in the face of end times concerns. ISIS, Russia, and Iran are daily atop headlines and are among chief sources of intensifying unease among Americans about how current world conflicts will unfold. Using the Old Testament texts of prophets Ezekiel and Daniel as foundational passages, Bible experts Charles Dyer and Mark Tobey explain the connection between Bible prophecy and real-time events such as the growing alliance between Russia and Iran; the unsettling of the region as ISIS ravages countries and redraws boundaries; and the pull of Turkey and Saudi Arabia into the fray by Russian encroachment, Iranian meddling, and the United States’ inability to create and lead a coalition. Simultaneously, Dyer and Tobey provide practical encouragement and spiritual principles for finding comfort, strength, and perspective in an unsettling time while laying out a strategy for responding out of faith rather than fear in the face of end times concerns.

What On Earth Is Heaven Like

Author: Janet Willis
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1516815130
Size: 11.70 MB
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This book examines what the Bible says about Jerusalem's future. Someday it will literally be heaven on earth. "Janet has brought together the heart of one passionate for truth, the skill of an able student of the Word, and the keen eye and hand of an artist. Janet has collated the Scriptures into a systematic theology about the future City of God: the New Jerusalem. Janet's work is thorough without being overly technical, making it accessible to anyone who wants to be a better student or teacher of the Bible. She has done the church a wonderful service." Dr. David L. Burggraff, Ph.D. Professor of Theology Shepherds Theological Seminary Cary, NC

Lexical Commentary On The Pastoral Epistles

Author: Rick Brannan
Publisher:
ISBN: 0692681949
Size: 15.84 MB
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To responsibly exegete the text of First Timothy, one must become familiar with the vocabulary. But examination of word meanings involves more than simply looking up words in a lexicon and choosing a gloss that seems appropriate. Rick Brannan evaluates the vocabulary of the First Timothy in light of the New Testament, the Septuagint (LXX), the Apostolic Fathers, the works of Philo, the works of Josephus, the Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, and other material. Many commentaries and other works of exegesis mention material from these sources to provide background information or examples of word usage, duly noting references to such works in footnotes or endnotes. Brannan's work, however, provides full quotations (in translation) of the relevant references. Instead of relegating these citations to footnotes that are seldom if ever looked up, the cited text itself is reproduced for the reader to evaluate. Rick Brannan has produced a robust and rigorous exegetical introduction to First Timothy. This book is a great guide to the nuances of the Greek text that interpreters need to grapple with as they attempt to interpret this letter. Whether it is women "saved through childbirth" or how "you will save both yourself and your hearers," Brannan shows you what you need to know as you wrestle with First Timothy. - Dr. Michael F. Bird (PhD University of Queensland) is Lecturer in Theology at Ridley College in Melbourne, Australia. Rick Brannan's methodology for these word studies in First Timothy opens new semantic vistas because he takes into account the usage of the Greek words in contemporary Koine works like the Pseudepigrapha and Josephus. Furthermore, he illustrates the "effective" use of these lexemes in the Apostolic Fathers as well. He is careful not to be guilty of anachronism in the latter practice but simply illustrates how the word was understood in Christian literature written soon after the Pastorals. In some ways, this is a ground-breaking approach that deserves serious consideration by other commentators on the sacred text. - Dr. William Varner is Professor of Bible and Greek at The Master's College.

If God Disappears

Author: David R. Sanford
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9781414316178
Size: 19.25 MB
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Virtually everyone has—or will—face crises of life and faith. These pivotal times are part of everyone's spiritual journey. Why then do some people emerge from the crisis with their faith intact while others give up on God, the church, and holy living? If God Disappearscomes alongside the Christian who is spiritually drifting—or is on the verge—or knows someone who is considering leaving God and the church behind—and compassionately empowers them to re-embrace their faith. Author David Sanford shares nine “faith wreckers†and nine “faith builders†to help us better understand which circumstances and attitudes undermine our faith and which ones draw us closer to God.

40 Days Through Daniel

Author: Ron Rhodes
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 9780736964463
Size: 19.89 MB
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The book of Daniel holds the distinction of being one of the most important prophetic books in the Bible—and one of the most challenging to understand. Now you can unearth its inspiring lessons and enduring truths in just 40 daily readings. You'll be amazed to see how prophecies from the sixth century BC are unfolding today. To help you personally interact with the vital truths of Daniel, trusted Bible teacher Ron Rhodes provides... short passages of Daniel with easy-to-understand notes on each verse brief summaries of the most important ideas helpful cross-references on relevant topics practical applications to everyday life thought-provoking conversation starters for group discussions or personal journaling As you see God's faithfulness on display in the lions' den, in the fiery furnace, and in the rise and fall of world empires, you'll gain a deep sense that God is in control.