Description : Many Christians are facing and having major issues. Reason is not knowing and understanding God vision in their life. It good to be a church person, and be fathered and mothered by great leader of the faith, But how long should we wait to know what your calling and vision is in the body of Christ is. Like any home you become frustrated when you become grown and have to do what mother and father says at age 49. Some are still been cover with the same baby blanket, you know the bed is too small but you fear venturing out and walking into your own vision. It scares you and angers your parents. True parents will feed you and nurture you until you're all grown, they will watch you build you own house and visit you on all the special days. You will know God vision for your life in a clear and helpful way. If you desire God vision for your life, you can start here.
Description : From start to finish, the Bible indicates that there is an immediate connection between God's long-term vision and our immediate calling. Using Ephesians 4:1-6 as a base, award-winning Bible study writer and educator Janice Catron skillfully uses Old and New Testament passages to explore six aspects of our calling as Christians (relationship, choice, new identity, way of life, competence, and ministry) and how this calling relates to God's vision. Ideal for individual as well as group study,God's Vision, Our Callingincludes reflection questions at the end of each chapter and the added feature of a pronunciation guide for Hebrew and Greek words. This concise and accessibly written book earnestly challenges us all to recapture God's vision for the world, the church, and ourselves.
Description : A book that will have one cognizant of whatever dark, and bleak circumstances or situations one may be in, and eventually will find themselves in, the answer was here before any problem existed. The discovery and importance of not wasting time and energy concentrating on the problem, it’s a waste of time, knowing the answer is never found in the problem it’s always revealed in the answer. The search for significance to discover the real you which lives inside of you, that only God the Father can reveal unto you of who you were predestined, ordained, and anointed to be. You’ll be taken on a fascinating and exciting journey in your inner most being where you’ll locate hidden treasures and gifts, God has deposited inside of you like fireworks ready to explode and reveal the greatness inside of you. This book is filled with the Word of God, and will renew you in the spirit of your mind. You’ll begin to look at problems as preparation, trouble, as training and transition, and if one is a doer of the Word and not a hearer only it will transform one into the more than conqueror and overcomer God has created us to be in Jesus Christ! May your testimony inspire readers to know the testimony of Jesus Christ: for the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy. Blessed is he that reads, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein: for the time is at hand. As you prophesy before many peoples, and nations, and tongues, and kings: may this book be like the little book of Revelation 10 when eaten makes the belly bitter, but it shall be in your mouth sweet as honey. Your fellow servant and of your brethren and father in the faith that have the testimony of Jesus. Pastor Houseworth Gary, Indiana
Description : Do you spend more time watching television than you do reading your bible? How much of your news and information do you get by watching television as opposed to reading God's inspired Word- the Bible- is still the source of the truth in the world today. In this thought-provoking book, the author examines how television affects what we believe and what we can do about it.
Description : These, Bishop Kirk's Bampton Lectures of 1928, have been recognised as amongst the most important and readable works of moral theology published in the twentieth century. They provide a reasoned justification for the centrality of worship in Christian life, within the context of moral theology and ecclesiastical history. Concentrating on the development of ascetical theology in the early church, Kirk asks, "Are rigorism, self-abnegation and world-flight no more than obsolete ideals of other days, or have they too an underlying principle of which the Church and the Christian are still in need?" Despite the massive learning on which it is based, Kirk's study of the Christian doctrine of the 'summum bonum' never loses its way in a labyrinth of detail.
Description : This is the only known comparative study of Cusa’s Vision of God treatise, using the available English scholarly presentations on this work. NICHOLAS OF COSA holds a place as one of the great teachers of the contemplative life. Like his great master, St. Augustine, he teaches almost entirely by example and allusion. Man, he believed, can comprehend God's inner being, which he characterized as a coincidence of opposites, only by a "learned ignorance" transcending his rational understanding. Evelyn Underhill, the noted writer on mysticism, has written an introduction to The Vision of God that will increase the reader's understanding of the rapture and confidence of its wonderful soliloquies, which are all the more striking seen against the background of the incessant and largely disheartening struggle to which their writer was committed. This is a must read treatise on the subject. A Cologne Series Volume.
Description : Christ came to Earth to declare the Father-the God Family. He didn’t come here to declare Himself, as this world believes. That deception is why this world doesn’t understand God’s plan for mankind. They are in the dark. And so are most of God’s own people! Here is the only message that will fill us with hope. It is about bringing God’s government and peace to the whole universe. It is the true gospel that mankind has never understood. In this booklet: • God Family Spokesman • Hannah's Family Vision • High Priest's Rebellious Sons • Declaring the Father • Where Is the God of Judgment? • God's Covenant With Levi • A Message Not Delivered • Reviving the Elijah Work • The Hope of the Gospel
Description : Can God stir revival by his Holy Spirit, even in our culture today? Do we really believe he can? In a day of diminished expectations, A God-Sized Vision: Revival Accounts That Stretch and Stir recounts global examples of prior revivals, beginning with the Reformation and the Great Awakenings. It continues with the Welsh and Azusa Street revivals and those that occurred simultaneously in Asia, followed by the East Africa Revival of the 1930s. More recent revivals in North America that instigated parachurch or evangelistic ministries like those of Billy Graham and the revivals in China, particularly in Henan Province over the last forty years, give further evidence of church renewal. These stories enlarge our hearts, expand our minds, and empower our witness to the power of God at work in human history. Christians with a deep evangelistic commitment who realize that there is more to church growth than field-tested techniques will expand their vision by remembering God’s vision, as it has been revealed throughout history. Hansen and Woodbridge mine these stories of renewal to suggest how to get ready for revival today.
Description : No second guessing a mans own intelligence prevailing from such a dynamic work, relating to spirituality, so generously displayed through the gift of wisdom. It’s how the life of a prodigy looks and feels like, when you’ve been given a gift to see amazing sights inside of the holy spirit. This has been constant, quick and awesome! Perhaps the one and only at the drop of a hat to respond appropriately, with God’s heavenly messages, so lovingly sent forward inside of the light for the one receiving them. An uplifting book true in rising above to surpass and exceed the norm. This is on exciting read many will be dying to get their hands on. The lord’s spirit moves here in a very persuasive manner indeed.