Christmas time is special to all Christianity because we celebrate God speaking to us through Jesus Christ (Hebrews 1:2-3). So join us as we look at who really came to Bethlehem's manger. Let us consider what this one called "the Word" had to say about God.
You want to be closer to Jesus? Many Christians do desire to be closer to Him but never consider that money or pride may be weakening what they want. Christians need to understand the relationship of money, pride and God. See how we can have all three? God wants to share His abundance with us now today. This new volume two of the series adds to the first book on our personal relationship with Jesus. See how safety plays a role in our spiritual life. Jesus is described as One closer than a brother. See what Jesus needs from us to make this happen. Richard Pyle is married with a family. He lives in USA. His Degrees are BS 1967, BSL 1973, MS 1982. He is an author of a number of books in both paperback and e readers. Type Richard Pyle on search lines of booksellers websites.
Why Are You a Christian? You may be an apostle, prophet, evangelist, teacher, or pastor. You may be a church administrator, elder, deacon, usher, chorister, or Bible class teacher. Perhaps you even lead a fellowship group or assist in other ministries in your church. All of these are important services to your fellowship. But do you realize that as important as these functions are, they are not the ultimate purpose of Christianity? The value we attach to all things is determined by our understanding and appreciation of their purpose. If we do not understand the basic reasons why God created Christianity, how can we fulfill our role in His kingdom and qualify for rewards at the end? How can we truly value our relationship with God? Far too many people today are believers for reasons outside of the true purpose of Christianity; this has hindered their spiritual growth and led to various abuses and anomalies in the Church. The Ultimate Purpose of Christianity will help you effectively maximize the benefits of Christianity by redirecting your efforts to its true purpose. In particular, you will learn how to: Have a deeper understanding of the ultimate purpose of Christianity Appreciate the urgent need to realign yourself with that purpose Discover how to actually realign yourself with that purpose Be empowered to seek that purpose, giving it the commitment, devotion, and priority it deserves In Matthew 22:14, Jesus says, "Many are called, but few are chosen." To be among the few chosen to fulfill Christianity's purpose, we must diligently pursue what God has called us to do. This book is a must read for those who seek to fulfill their role in God's kingdom. Pastor A.O. Asabor voluntarily retired from the oil industry in June, 2008, and is now an itinerant teaching minister with a passion to see Christians grow in the Lord. He is committed to preparing Christians for the imminent return of the Master, a passion that is evident in all his teachings. In addition to ministering to churches and fellowships, he impacts lives through the Divine Facts Magazine. Through The Ultimate Purpose of Christianity, he hopes to expand the ministry's coverage and give believers worldwide the opportunity to drink from the rivers of living water flowing through this ministry. He is married with four children."
How many times have you read a book by a seasoned diplomat in the United States Foreign Service examining the universal drawing power of Jesus? With the advantage of a solid theological education and the privilege of living among communities of people world-wide with vastly different perspectives, Phil Skotte here presents richly woven insights into his studied conviction that we are all hard wired for Jesus: that Jesus is not going away. This book is a gem. Read it! Samuel Hugh Moffett Emeritus Professor of Ecumenics and Mission Princeton Theological Seminary Princeton, New Jersey
It has often been said that humans are hard-wired for belief in God and for religion. In Why Jesus Won't Go Away, Philip Skotte suggests that we are also hard-wired for Jesus Christ. Faith in Jesus is the most globally widespread movement in human history, and it is growing more rapidly than ever before, even in remote and unexpected places. Why Jesus takes us on a world tour to discover the surprising sources of Jesus' attraction and explores the powerful impact of his attraction on the human race. Written by a seasoned diplomat, Why Jesus Won't Go Away may change your calculations about humanity's religious future. It may also change your mind about Jesus.
Its Christmas time in San Diego once again and there's holiday cheer everywhere. The stockings have been hung, and the mistletoe is in place. The lights are all twinkling and there's even a chill in the air. Sure, you won't find a single flake of snow adorning the palm trees outside, but you will find Real Love. Come visit and celebrate the holiday with your favorite members from the Baxter, Michaels and Lawson families. The whole gang is coming, with some new additions, so you won't want to miss out. In this special holiday novella, we get to see how this large extended family celebrates. From Christmas Eve gatherings to Christmas Day chaos, all rounded out by the silence of night when everything is finally done. So grab your hot chocolate and get ready to dive in for some Christmas cheer, Real Love style. **This is a companion novella in The Real Love Series and is intended to be read in order. A Very Real Love Christmas is #3.5.
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