A Fortified and Comprehensive Guide to Effective Prayer
Author: MSE. Dzirasa
Seekers of literary divine inspiration are sure to discover nouveau spiritual dynamics within this unique scriptural work which, comes to the reader fully charged with divine nectar meticulously extracted from core Biblically induced truths, lost overtime within the prayer lives of 21st century Christians, as this unique Author rejects the generic introductory tempo of inspirational small talk, by leaping into literary action, tackling the mysteries of prayer, unveiling hidden portals of Godly manifestation, while strolling sacred halls of supplications guided by the Holy Spirit, as she harvests vital spiritual benefits, before its conveyance to the thirsty reader. Her Message is comprehensively delivered on topical platters, and plated with spiritual precision, as she dives deeper into unchartered depths of prayer, while systematically eradicating doubt and establishing faith within the unsettled and undecided mind respectively, by incorporating scripturally balanced, yet creatively sound fun-filled terminological clusters, and abbreviations, spiritually emulsified to appeal to mainstream Christians, project frequency waves scripturally authentic enough to be picked up by the expert antennae of the seasoned Clergy, while offering a literarily 'hip' option to the often bored global Christian youth population, within a rare inspirational format that expressly equips her readers with essential prayer tools, vital to unlocking Holy portals of manifestation, where their guaranteed prayer outcomes are held in trust, with cords drawn from the word of truth, awaiting dispersal. All the above and much more, are hidden within this remarkable work of hers, that blends spiritual intrigue with scriptural expertise that is sure to transform the readers prayer outlook, as well as input, while awaiting the brightness of coming.
The book does not contain the opinions of the Author, nor quotations from other writers, but is based solely on the Scriptures, chapter and verse being given for every statement. The book is "Timely" in these days of Apostasy and denial of THE FAITH. -from the Foreword The Reverend Clarence Larkin was one of the most widely influential Christian fundamentalists of the early twentieth century, and his writings remain key to appreciating the conservative religious thought that today enjoys widespread popularity. This 1920 work outlines the fundamental doctrines of Christianity as revealed by the Bible, from "The Mystery of Godliness" to "Election and Free-will." Numerous charts and illustrations explain "The Five Great World-Wide Kingdoms," "The Threefold Nature of Man," "The Satanic Trinity," and more. Also available from Cosimo Classics: Larkin's The Spirit World, The Second Coming of Christ, and The Book of Revelation.
Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. 2 Tim. 2:15It started with a revelatation she received while peeling potatoes in her kitchen in Oklahoma and listening to a message by Kenneth E. Hagin. Since that memorable day, Dr. Billye Brim has studied and taught on the rules of Bible interpretation and the three groups of people spoken of in scripture that are so important to understanding the Word of Truth.How to Rightly Divide the Word will give you a firm foundation for your study of the Bible and help you to avoid the errors that have done so much harm to the church over the centuries.
The Old Testament and the Gospels have three levels of interpretation: historical, Christological, and prophetic. Because Christ is fully revealed in the New Testament, the epistles have only two levels, the historical and the prophetic. Much is lost when Christians only see and study the Scriptures from the historical vintage point. Rightly Dividing the Word reveals these hidden prophetic treasures to the discerning student.
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A detailed examination of the meaning of scriptures having to do with Israel and the Church, the Law and Grace, dispensations, the first and second coming, and more. He teaches the believer how to hold to the principles of morality, and the proper understanding of the fundamental truths of the Bible.Chapter 1: The Jew, the Gentile, and the Church of GodChapter 2: The Seven DispensationsChapter 3: The Two AdventsChapter 4: The Two ResurrectionsChapter 5: The Five JudgmentsChapter 6: Law and GraceChapter 7: The Believer's Two NaturesChapter 8: The Believer's Standing and StateChapter 9: Salvation and RewardsChapter 10: Believers and ProfessorsScofield is also the author of the Scofield Reference Bible.
What Makes a Good Christian Believer ? Descriptions in the New Testament Bible Lore and in Christ's Sermons (Hardcover)
Author: C. I. Scofield
Celebrated theologian, preacher and author C. I. Scofield explains descriptions of Christian qualities in the New Testament, and the Gospels of Christ in this excellent Bible study and devotional book. In this superbly detailed examination of the New Testament, Scofield demonstrates how dispensationalism can aid Christians in receiving the true meaning of the scriptures. Making careful distinctions between the gospels and the nature of Christian belief, Scofield demonstrates how God divided the various gospels over time, and explains how to distinguish between these divisions. Throughout this work we observe how the author supports his words with frequent quotations of the scripture. We learn how the believer must act when adhering to Christ's teachings, and of how the Christian may please God and receive his blessings. Holding to beliefs in God in spite of life's trials, adhering to the principles of moral virtue, and understanding the fundamental truths of the Bible are emphasized.