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  • Life In The Son Revised And Updated (Revised)


    A deep study on the doctrine of eternal security

    Does one moment of faith secure a person’s eternal destiny with God–even if that person later stops following and trusting in Jesus? Or does a person have to keep on trusting and following Jesus to remain in a saving relationship with God?

    Now expanded with new chapters and research, this landmark book continues to offer one of the most penetrating studies on the controversial doctrine of eternal security, perseverance, and apostasy in the New Testament. Calling into question the popular “once saved, always saved” belief, internationally respected pastor and scholar Dr. Robert Shank reveals that the question we should be asking is not, “Is the believer secure?” but rather, “What does it mean to be a believer?”

    Straightforward, thorough, and grounded in biblical understanding, this book warns Christians about dangers that could potentially lead a believer to become an unbeliever (falling away from faith) and share in the unbeliever’s eternal condemnation.

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  • Dont Die In Your Sins


    People are obsessed with life; no one wants to die. In fact, we are scared to death of dying.

    Most of us are familiar with the saying, “You only live once.” But we have to ask ourselves an all-important question: What happens to us after we die?

    For most people, death is either a great mystery or a subject of great denial. However, the fact remains – we all die. What if this life is not all there is? What if there actually is life after death? If so, who can tell us what happens after we die? Because of His firsthand experience in heaven and His knowledge of the future, Jesus can. He presents us with three basic truths about the subject of life after death:

    1. There is life after death.
    2. There are two destinations from which everyone must choose.
    3. There is a way to ensure you make the right choice.

    Right now, you may be dying of thirst, but you don’t have to perish in your thirst. Likewise, you may be overcome with sin, but you don’t have to die in your sins. There is something you can do, right now, to ensure that when you die, you will have everlasting life and happiness.

    The most important thing you must do in this life is to make sure you don’t die in your sins.

    God sent his Son into the world not to judge the world, but to save the world through him. – John 3:17 (NLT)

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  • Christ Is Yours


    Maintaining hope in Christ for the weary soul.

    In the face of trials and tribulations, persevering in the faith can be a difficult task. For Puritan pastor–theologian William Gouge, this question was of critical importance for those he shepherded. His theology of assurance during the difficult seasons in life provided direction and help to weary souls.

    In Christ Is Yours, Eric Rivera explores Gouge’s theology, revealing a man who cared deeply about the truths of Scripture and the spiritual lives of his community. His theology was focused on the promises of God found in Scripture while staying grounded in the realities of life. This message of perseverance and hope is just as necessary for Christ-followers today as it was then. Written for academics and pastors alike, Rivera brings this important theology to a modern audience.

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  • Foundations Of The Christian Faith (Expanded)


    Foreword By Philip Ryken
    Book 1: The Sovereign God
    Part I: The Knowledge Of God
    1. On Knowing God
    2. The Unknown God

    Part II: The Word Of God
    3. The Bible
    4. The Authority Of The Scriptures
    5. The Proof Of The Scriptures
    6. How True Is The Bible?
    7. Modern Biblical Criticism
    8. How To Interpret The Bible

    Part III: The Attributes Of God
    9. The True God
    10. God In Three Persons
    11. Our Sovereign God
    12. Holy, Holy, Holy
    13. The God Who Knows
    14. God Who Changes Not

    Part IV: God?s Creation
    15. The Creation Of Humanity
    16. Nature
    17. The Spirit World
    18. God?s Providence

    Book 2: God The Redeemer
    Part I: The Fall Of The Race
    1. The Fall
    2. The Results Of The Fall
    3. The Bondage Of The Will

    Part II: Law And Grace
    4. The Purpose Of God?s Law
    5. The Ten Commandments: Love Of God
    6. The Ten Commandments: Love Of Others
    7. The Wrath Of God
    8. Salvation In The Old Testament

    Part III: The Person Of Christ
    9. The Deity Of Jesus Christ
    10. The Humanity Of Jesus Christ
    11. Why Christ Became Human

    Part IV: The Work Of Christ
    12. Prophet, Priest, And King
    13. Quenching God?s Wrath
    14. Paid In Full
    15. The Greatness Of God?s Love
    16. The Pivotal Doctrine: Resurrection
    17. Verifying The Resurrection
    18. He Ascended Into Heaven

    Book 3: Awakening To God
    Part I: The Spirit Of God
    1. Personal Christianity
    2. The Work Of The Holy Spirit
    3. Union With Christ

    Part II: How God Saves Sinners
    4. The New Birth
    5. Faith And Repentance
    6. Justification By Faith: The Hinge Of Salvation
    7. Justification By Faith: The Place Of Works
    8. The Tests Of Faith
    9. A New Family
    10. The Upward Way

    Part III: The Life Of The Christian
    11. Embrace The Negative
    12. Freedom, Freedom
    13. Knowing The Will Of God
    14. Talking To God
    15. God Talking To Us
    16. Serving

    Part IV: The Work Of God
    17. Called By God
    18. The Keeping Power Of God

    Book 4: God And History
    Part I: Time And History
    1. What?s Wrong With Me?
    2. The March Of Time
    3. Christ, The Focal Point Of History

    Part II: The Church Of God
    4. Christ’?s Church
    5. The Marks Of The Church
    6. How To Worship God
    7. Salvation?s Signs And Seals
    8. Spiritual Gifts
    9. Equipping The Saints
    10. Church Government
    11. Body Life
    12. The Great Commission

    Part III: A Tale Of Two Cities
    13. The Secular City
    14. The Secular Church
    15. God?s City
    16. Church And State Part I: The End Of History
    17. How Will It All End?
    18. Home At Last
    Study Gui

    Additional Info
    In one systematic volume, James Montgomery Boice provides a readable overview of Christian theology. Both students and pastors will benefit from this rich source that covers all the major doctrines of Christianity.

    With scholarly rigor and a pastor’s heart, Boice carefully opens the topics of the nature of God, the character of his natural and special revelation, the fall, and the person and work of Christ. He then goes on to consider the work of the Holy Spirit in justification and sanctification. The book closes with careful discussion of ecclesiology and eschatology.

    This updated edition includes a foreword by Philip Ryken and a section-by-section study guide. Both those long familiar with Boice and those newly introduced to him will benefit from his remarkable practicality and thoroughness, which will continue to make this a standard reference for years to come.

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  • Gods Plan : A Children’s Guide To Jesus As Our Great Salvation In The Bible


    Journey with your child through the remarkable stories found in the Bible as you rhyme your way from the Creation account to Jesus’s ascension, discovering that from the beginning God always planned to bring what was lost back to Him. This book is not just for children, but for all ages to be used in a family and church setting.

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  • Gods Plan : A Children’s Guide To Jesus As Our Great Salvation In The Bible


    Journey with your child through the remarkable stories found in the Bible as you rhyme your way from the Creation account to Jesus’s ascension, discovering that from the beginning God always planned to bring what was lost back to Him. This book is not just for children, but for all ages to be used in a family and church setting.

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  • Beginning Again On The Christian Journey


    A book of practical help and encouragement for anyone looking for a new start in their spiritual journey, or wanting to take that journey further for the first time.

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  • Gods Great Love


    In this wonderful book, filled with inspiring illustrations, questions will be addressed about the experience of true salvation. Why did God send His Son into this world? Why did Jesus die on the cross? How do we know our sins are washed away? These are all questions your child may ask. Answers in the Bible all point to one thing–the great love that God has for us.

    You will find that reading this book to your child (especially ages 6 and above) will open up opportunities for you to talk about the love of God and the amazing plan of salvation for the human race.

    Every church should have this book available in your children’s classes.

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  • Good News : The Meaning Of The Gospel (Student/Study Guide)


    8 Sessions

    Additional Info
    This eight-session LifeGuide Bible study explores not only the question “What must I do to be saved?” but also will help groups understand the meaning of the good news: that is, the incredibly broad scope of what God has done, is doing, and will do in the future to reconcile all things to himself through Jesus Christ.

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  • Becoming A Christian


    The Fundamental Problem
    The Christian Answer
    What Must I Do?
    Some Sobering Thoughts
    A Prayer
    Some Final Suggestions
    Further Reading

    Additional Info
    Written by John R. W. Stott, a Christian leader known worldwide for addressing the hearts and minds of contemporary men and women, this booklet describes the fundamental human problem, outlines the Christian answer to it and shows readers how to respond to God’s truth.

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  • Are You A Follower Of Christ


    Bill Vincent has been burning with the word. The fire of God is going to fall. He wants to tell you that any revival where there is no gospel preached, is no revival at all. Are you hearing this? A gospel that is not preached is no gospel at all. Bill wants to release to you a message that he calls Are You a Follower of Christ. Are you a follower? The bible says in Matthew 25: 1, then the kingdom of heaven shall be liken to 10 virgins who took their lamps and went out to meet the bridegroom. At midnight a cry was heard: behold the bridegroom is coming. Go out to meet him.

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  • Plan Of Salvation Pamphlet


    Packed with simple summaries, witnessing tips, and helpful illustrations, such as Romans Road, this easy-to-understand pamphlet shows how to present the Gospel in a simple yet effective way. It answers key question, including: What is the good news? How can I explain the gospel? and How can I share my faith?

    Enjoy having word pictures, simple explanations, and key Bible verses at your fingertips while covering these important topics:
    *4 keys to understanding the good news of the Gospel
    *5 insights into what it means to be a disciple of Christ
    *6 ways God promises to help us when sharing the gospel
    *Over 10 helpful witnessing tips and evangelism tools (Includes helpful illustrations, quick-reference charts, and Romans Road)

    Perfect for individual use, Bible studies, discipleship classes, evangelism training, new believer’s classes, church giveaways, or to keep in your Bible to reference when someone has a question. Fits inside most Bibles covers.

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  • My Fathers Tears (Student/Study Guide)


    Offers a fresh, compassionate, biblically-based understanding of salvation that will arouse great interest. Will resonate deeply with a postmodern generation, not easily won by a sin-focused, guilt-edged Gospel.

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  • Christ Crucified : Understanding The Atonement


    Part 1: The Way Of The Cross
    1. A Man Of Sorrows
    2. From The Third To The Ninth Hour
    3. The Divine Paradox: The Crucified Son

    Part 2: The Word Of The Cross
    4. Substitution: The Man For Others
    5. Expiation: Covering Our Sin
    6. Propitiation: Averting The Divine Anger
    7. Reconciliation: God’s Way Of Peace
    8. Satisfaction: Enough To Justify Forgiveness
    9. No Other Way?
    10. Redemption: Setting The Prisoners Free
    11. Victory: Disarming The Powers

    Additional Info
    The crucifixion of Jesus Christ is presented in all four Gospels, and occupies considerable space in the overall narrative. How could the life, let alone the death, of one man 2,000 years ago be the salvation of the human race? The biblical explanation is that the crucified one was the Son of God, acting and suffering in cooperation with God the Father and God the Holy Spirit. This is the primary answer to “the scandal of particularity.” The death of this one person has universal, inclusive and cosmic significance, because in him the Creator acts and suffers. Further, there is the special relationship between Christ and humanity: he was “with” us, and he was “for” us. The grandeur of the cross lies in the fact that here the incarnate Son of God offered himself in our place, bearing the penalty for our sin. The cross achieved expiation, propitiation, reconciliation, justification, redemption, forgiveness and victory. No single one of these tells the whole truth, nor do all of them together exhaust the meaning of the cross. Macleod shows that these concepts are interrelated and interdependent, and that together they give a coherent picture of the salvation wrought by Jesus at Calvary.

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  • How Can I Be Sure


    Introduction: The Many Faces Of Doubt
    1. What Is Doubt?
    2. Why Is Doubt Dangerous?
    3. What Do I Have To Believe To Be A Christian?
    4. How Can I Overcome Doubt As A Christian?
    5. How Can I Develop A Confident Faith?
    Conclusion: Living With Faith And Doubt

    Additional Info
    Many Christians experience times of doubt and uncertainty. At various times we can ask: Does God love me? Am I really a Christian? – and even Is there a God at all?!

    This short, readable book unpacks the difference between good and bad doubt, shows us where it comes from and how to deal with it in ourselves and others.

    It explains clearly and simply the liberating reality of what the Bible tells us about doubt, assurance and the Christian life.

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  • Why Salvation


    Salvation is the bedrock of our faith and the touchstone for faithful living. It is the good news of God drawing near to us as individuals but also as communities of faith. This book helps us understand that when we say “Jesus saves,” we stand on scripture that proclaims a God who, through Jesus, heals, liberates, and rescues. Like each generation that has gone before, we too must find our own awareness and then respond and participate in God’s work as transformed people, serving together as the Body of Christ, who have also signed up for ongoing, personal and social transformation. This book is an invitation to a journey of salvation oriented toward increased understanding but also to transformed commitments, renewed allegiances, and fresh practices. To address the grand narrative of Scripture in a way that takes seriously its essential focus on the journey of salvation is to open ourselves to fresh (and perhaps refreshed) perspectives on the world and, thus, on life in the world. In this book Joel Green show how salvation can illumine new categories for conceiving the world, for making sense of our experiences, and for directing our lives.

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  • Life Without Faith Is A Lie


    Eternal Life can only be with GOD; eternal damnation or death is with the devil. This book will help you to see how you can be set free. You will learn how to:

    Hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ
    Believe with all your heart
    Repent from your old ways
    Be immersed in water and
    Teach what you have heard to others so that they may come to Christ and have eternal life with God.

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  • Is Forgiveness Really Free


    1. Is Forgiveness Really Free?
    2. A Precious Word
    3. If It’s Free, Is It Worth Anything?
    4. How Does Grace Change Me?
    5. What Place Does OT Law Have In The Life Of Grace?
    6. How Does Grace Change Us?
    7. Why Does God Give Grace To Some And Not Others?

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    We’re saved by the free gift of God – but how free is that gift when our lives are demanded in return?
    Many Christians are confused by the relationship between the Grace of God, and the role of laws and commands in the Christian life. What does it mean to live a life of grace? How does Grace help us grow? And are we “once saved always saved?” In this short, readable book, Michael Jensen explores the Bible’s teaching on these important questions and delivers some surprising conclusions.

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  • Gods Power For Salvation


    “You are the God who performs miracles; you display your power among the peoples.”
    -Psalm 77:14

    Authors Melanie Hemry and Gina Lynnes share personal stories and researched testimonies of people who experienced the power of God in dramatic and awe-inspiring fashion. Your faith will be stronger after reading of the ways in which God miraculously intervened into seemingly hopeless situations for the physical healing of loved ones.

    This combination of amazing story telling and powerful Scripture verses will leave you amazed and inspired at the greatness and love of our God.

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  • What You Need To Know About Salvation


    Bad news first: everyone is born lost. Now the good news: Jesus saves! Simple enough. But today’s secular and new age optimism blinds many to the reality that we need a Savior. And even some who come to Christ don’t fully understand the stupendous treasure God gives when He saves them. What You Need to Know about Salvation will fortify your confidence in the salvation you’ve received and help you experience more of its infinite riches. You’ll thrill at the drama of redemption as it unfolds through Scripture: the glory of creation, the tragedy of sin and the Fall, the provision of salvation in Jesus Christ, and its application today through the Holy Spirit. And you’ll be moved to worship your Savior and share the good news with others.

    Features include:
    12 lessons you can complete in under one hour each
    Real-life application of biblical truth
    Explanations of prominent Christian views on the topic
    Easy-to-teach resources, including previews and summary features
    Questions for discussion
    Core teachings on Christianity that will challenge any seeker, new believer, or veteran believer looking for a stronger foundation

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  • Spiritual Parenting


    Your Child Is Worth All The Time, Money, Heartaches, And Effort Because Your Child Can Make A Difference In This World. From The Depths Of His God-given Wisdom, Charles Spurgeon Shows How You Can Establish A Secure, Nurturing, Christ-centered Home In Which To Grow Strong, Healthy, Happy Families. Here Is Encouragement And Advice To Parents On Guiding The Spiritual Development Of Children From Infancy Through Young Adulthood.

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  • Gasp : You Will Spend Forever Somewhere How To Make Sure Its Heaven


    A Word from the Author
    This back page is supposed to have something on it, which draws you in to buying this book. The truth is, most people won’t buy this book for themselves. “GASP!” is usually purchased as a gift for others–people get and give it to the individuals, whom they love and deeply care about. So, I’m skipping the marketing-blurb and going to shoot-straight with you.

    You need to know that there is a devil, who doesn’t want you reading this book. He’s that little voice in your head, telling you to put this book down. He’s in your mind, telling you that I’m out of mine. (Being that I was born in a mental institution, I very well may be out of my mind.) But, I’m bright enough to ask why he would want to keep you from reading this book? I’m also wise enough to know that it’s because he understands the content of this book can be used to change the destiny of your soul forever.

    What will you do? –Discard this book, and face the fall-out that comes from listening to satan; or read it, and experience the most astounding transformation you have ever imagined?

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  • Getting Saved : The Whole Story Of Salvation In The New Testament


    Innovative excursion into New Testament teaching on the earthly life of faith

    In this book Charles H. Talbert and Jason A. Whitlark, together with Andrew E. Arterbury, Clifford A. Barbarick, Scott J. Hafemann, and Michael W. Martin, address such questions about God’s role in the Christian’s life. Through careful, consistent exegesis of relevant New Testament texts, they show that “getting saved” involves both God’s forgiveness and God’s enablement to obey — or “new covenant piety” — from initial conversion to eschatological salvation.

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  • Saved From What


    A provocative yet practical approach to understanding God’s plan of redemption for the human race from Genesis to Revelation.

    This is an intriguing and captivating book that meticulously lays out God’s full plan of redemption from Genesis to Revelation. Readers will be pleasantly taken on an insightful yet riveting journey that answers questions about salvation that they might have yearned to know, wanted to understand or never learned. While many other books with this type of theological content most find boring; this author dynamically presents his information with fresh revelatory insight! The book efficiently incorporates Biblical texts that streams down into a logical flow, engaging the reader both spiritually and intellectually. Saved from what has something for everyone, whether you are a Christian, unbeliever or somewhere in between you will not be disappointed.

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  • Exploring Gods Mercy


    Church House Publishing

    The great mystery of the human condition and God’s action to save us is too vast to be contained in a single image or one kind of language. The Bible uses a kaleidoscope of word pictures of human life and God’s intervention in it. Exploring God’s Mercy is a short course for small groups that focuses on five classic images of the Christian gospel which are woven through scripture and the Christian tradition:”Lost and finding the way’Trapped and set free’Sick in soul and healed’In turmoil and being at peace’Barren and becoming fruitful ”Each chapter explores one of these images through stories, popular culture, biblical material and Christian tradition, supported by YouTube clips and further film suggestions. Discussion starters, questions, prayers and a leader’s guide are included making this ideal for Lent groups or as an introductory course to the Christian faith at any time of the year.

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  • Redeemed To The Utmost


    This is an excellent book that makes the case for salvation through Jesus Christ, crisp and clear. It is a perfect gift for your friends and family during the time of Christmas.

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  • Adventure The Long Walk


    Have you found Christ yet? Your path has been opened without limits; this story shows you the way. Your path is no farther than the New Testament of the Bible, for Jesus has cleared the way for you. This venture will take you there, and as you read the Word, know this: you also have gone “afterchrist.”

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  • Adventure The Long Walk


    Have you found Christ yet? Your path has been opened without limits; this story shows you the way. Your path is no farther than the New Testament of the Bible, for Jesus has cleared the way for you. This venture will take you there, and as you read the Word, know this: you also have gone “afterchrist.”

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  • Connection Between Salvation And Mail


    The majority of people in America and other countries are considered to be Christians having the expectation of going to heaven when they die. However, Jesus says not everyone who calls him Lord will go there (Matthew 7:21). Regardless of what type of church you are affiliated with, if you profess to be a Christian and view the issue of where you will spend eternity seriously, this book is for you whether you are active in your church or not. It covers the most popular deceptions that take place today, as well as the process and results of salvation based on the only infallible Word of God, the Bible.

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  • Extravagant Gift


    Product Description
    If you died tomorrow, where would you go? If your answer is to heaven, do you know that for sure? If you are seeking a way to God and to his house, then the message within these covers is seeking you. Salvation – the forgiveness of your sins and your eternal life in heaven – is waiting for you. The path to get there has been cleared. God has made sure of that. Your heavenly father wants desperately to give you his EXTRAVAGANT GIFT!

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  • Who Will Be Saved


    What does it mean to say that salvation is God’s business, and God’s alone?

    “Who will be saved?” is almost always a question about them, and rarely about us. Thinking itself wrapped securely in the everlasting arms, the church has spent much of its history speculating on whether God will allow anyone else to join the party.

    But if we truly believe that salvation is God’s business, and God’s alone, then perhaps we should stop asking, “Who will be saved?” and ask instead, “How is God calling me to participate in the redemption of the world?” Rejecting the idea that God chooses some and not others, drawing on his Wesleyan heritage, and deepening his longstanding theological conversation with Karl Barth, Willimon reflects as a pastor and a theologian on God’s intention that all would someday return from the far country into the loving embrace of the One who created them.

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  • Proclaiming The Scandal Of The Cross


    20 Chapters

    Additional Info
    Introduces the need for contextualized atonement theology and offers creative examples of how the Cross can be proclaimed in culturally relevant and transformative ways.

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  • Your Life In Christ (Student/Study Guide)


    Reveals what it means to accept God’s love, keep Christ at the center of life, and live in the power of the Spirit.

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  • Paedofaith


    At what point is it reasonable to suggest that a covenant child has faith? When she can articulate the gospel? When he can explain the concept of justification? Only after they have gone through an extended period where their faith is tested and proven to be real faith? Or is the capacity for faith directly linked to a certain age or level of maturity?

    The Scriptures indicate that we can be confident that our children have faith from the womb and that we can expect that faith to flower and bloom throughout their life by God’s grace.

    What is the nature of such faith? From where does it come and what do the Scriptures have to say about it? How can anyone say that an infant has the capacity for faith?

    In this book, Rich Lusk answers these questions and more, giving hope to Christian parents that their little ones do indeed belong to Christ and have the capacity to trust Him.

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  • Childs Walk Into The Light


    Every person born desperately searches for inner peace. The book A Child’s Walk into the Light takes the focus off “self” and places it on Jesus Christ, in whom true peace is found. The book reveals a journey and a walk that leads to the very presence of God. In reality, this pathway is the victory that God has provided for all humanity. The work was written to encourage the believer and enlighten the unbeliever. In addition, the book describes mankind’s struggle with the enemy and how we are able to rejoice in the victory God has given through His Son Jesus Christ. As a result, a spiritually motivated panorama of the human existence is revealed with simple clarity. This discovery depicts the freedom that is truly available through the life of Jesus Christ. The hope that its message brings will resonate deeply into the lives of men and women who desire to satisfy the God-placed longing that only His presence can fill.

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  • Father And The Son And The Holy Spirit


    “The Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit” OR “Oneness-Jesus Only”: This book strives to provide biblically based answers to very important questions. Do we serve a Triune God who is ONE GOD and is seen in the three distinct persons of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, as Jesus Himself taught in Matthew 28:19? Or do we adhere to the teachings of the “Oneness-Jesus Only” doctrines that contradict the directives of Jesus Himself as given by Him to His disciples? This book also focuses on other doctrines within the “Oneness-Jesus Only” teachings that are in direct contradiction to the Word of God. Is water baptism in the Name of Jesus Only required for salvation? Is speaking in tongues a requirement of salvation as taught by Oneness Believers, or is speaking in tongues one of the gifts of the Holy Spirit as we read in 1 Corinthians Chapter 12? Are we saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ as the Scriptures teach “OR” are we saved through faith and works as set forth by some denominations? Who are we to follow-God or man?

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  • Real Life For Kids


    The Real Life Series is written to teach children ages 6 to 9 about the fundamentals of Christianity. These fun, scriptural messages help kids understand salvation, the Holy Spirit, and healing on their level. Each book contains 12 delightful illustrations that help illuminate these life-changing concepts. Author Rod Baker has worked in children’s ministry for the last 20 years in prominent ministries such as the 20,000-member church, Victory Christian Center and 12,000-member church, Church On the Move, both located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. With a strong demand in churches and ministries for scripturally sound, inexpensive tools to teach kids, these books are perfect as a giveaway for children to take home and read again and again.

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  • Repentance 1 : The Doctrine Of God And The Knowledge Of Salvation


    This work is written with a law enforcement officer’s investigative mindset and from the perspective of a prisoner. I discovered through a survey of Christian bookstores that no books were exclusively on or about repentance, but most only touched on the topic. The only author who had anything to say about repentance beyond a mere mention was Charles G. Finney in Finney’s Systematic Theology. This 600-page work transformed my thinking and influenced my investigation. This book discusses spiritual leadership without bashing any spiritual leader. It points out carnality without castigating any particular ministry or denomination. Hundreds of illustrations will familiarize the reader with revelations about repentance and carnality. These illustrations, like parables, contain revolutionary truths that are true to Scripture, reason, and life, so that Repentance: The Doctrine of God may become one harmonious revelation! Warning: As you read this book, you will encounter deep-seated carnality residing within the blackened depths of your soul, and it will not want to be exposed! But take heart-Almighty God will accompany you on this journey for the complete regeneration of your soul.

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  • Encountering Jesus : 8 Studies For Individuals Or Groups (Revised)


    Terrorism. Diseases. Hurricanes.

    Every day the news reinforces what you want to forget–you live in an insecure world. Elijah’s times were no safer. He faced famine, murder and corruption–with both courage and fear. In these eight studies on Elijah’s life, Douglas Connelly helps you look beyond the insecurity of the world to our sovereign God who reigns forever.

    This LifeGuide Bible Study in IVP’s revised format features questions for starting group discussions and for meeting God in personal reflection, as well as a new “”Now or Later”” section following each session to help you act on what you learn.

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  • Beginning Well : Christian Conversion And Authentic Transformation


    How can Christians grow to maturity unless their conversion experience takes them past sin’s consequences to true spiritual transformation? The key, says Gordon Smith, is Beginning Well. His challenging and provocative survey of Scripture, spiritual autobiographies, and a range of conversion theologies (Protestant, Catholic, Reformed, Wesleyan) takes you beyond “minimalist” views to one that recognizes seven elements necessary for authentic transformation. A must-read for pastors, evangelists, and spiritual directors.

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  • Inclusion : Making Room For Grace


    1. Now That Faith Has Come: Resisting The Impulse To Exclude
    2. This Fellow Welcomes Sinners And Eats With Them
    3. Crumbs, Leftovers, And Grace
    4. Making Room For Grace
    5. He Bent Down And Wrote With His Finger On The Ground
    6. Thou Shalt And Thou Shalt Not
    7. You Shall Have No Other Gods Before Me
    8. The Gatekeeper Opens The Gate For Christ
    9. Dancing In The Grace Margin
    10. Adoption, Exile, And A New Creation

    Additional Info
    Inclusion, says the author, is a discipline of consciously extending the boundaries of our communities to embrace and affirm people of diverse backgrounds and experiences. In this resource for ministers and church leaders, Law provides models, theories, and strategies that are both practical and theologically sound for moving faith communities toward greater inclusion.

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  • Human Wash Tag


    SKU (ISBN): 9781597810210ISBN10: 1597810215Walter DavisBinding: Trade PaperPublisher: Xulon Press Print On Demand Product

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  • What About Those Who Have Never Heard


    SKU (ISBN): 9780830816064ISBN10: 0830816062Ronald Nash | Gabriel Fackre | John SandersBinding: Trade PaperPublished: January 2000Publisher: InterVarsity Press Print On Demand Product

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  • Gods Way Not Ours


    1. God Has Spoken
    2. Ignorance
    3. Going Backwards
    4. The Depth Of The Problem
    5. The Desolation Of Sin
    6. A Glimpse Of Hope
    7. Repentance
    8. God’s Way, Not Ours
    9. God’s Final Word

    158 Pages

    Additional Info
    D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones was well known for his New Testament expositions, but in this book readers are given the rare opportunity to experience his skillful exploration of an Old Testament prophetic text. His expositions of Isaiah 1 provide a summary of Isaiah’s entire message and of God’s way of salvation. Lloyd-Jones lays out the root cause of human trouble and need, the false ways people try to escape from or meet it, and God’s only way of real deliverance.

    The book’s rich content, rooted in Scripture, is evangelistic as well as prophetic. Preachers and Bible teachers will use God’s Way, Not Ours to help them prepare messages and lessons. It also makes excellent devotional reading, combining careful biblical exposition with timeless application.

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  • Self And Salvation


    This is an important and original study of the ideas of self and Christian salvation. Using the pivotal image of the face, David F. Ford engages with three modern thinkers in order to rethink and reimagine the self. He goes on to examine the dimensions of salvation through the lenses of scripture, worship practices, Christ and the lives of contemporary saints. The result is a theology of self and salvation immersed in Christian faith, thought and practice, while also being deeply involved with modern life in a pluralist world.

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  • Shepherding A Childs Heart (Anniversary)


    Many parenting books are based on hit-or-miss theories steeped in secular thinking. This one draws from Pastor Tripp’s seasoned experience as a father-and from God’s Holy Word. Grounded in the Bible’s divine plan for parenting, this guide defines your goals as a parent and provides the Scriptural methods for accomplishing them.

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  • Life In The Face Of Death A Print On Demand Title


    Life in the Face of Death: The Resurrection Message of the New Testament is a collection of scholarly essays that’ll give you an enlightened view on what death really means to a believer in Christ. What you thought was “the end” is really “the beginning.” Edited by Richard Longenecker. The third volume in the McMaster New Testament Studies series.

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  • I Believe : Exploring The Apostles Creed


    A solid, trusted resource for teaching the foundations of Christian doctrine. Dividing the Apostles’ Creed into six sections, McGrath provides a brief history of the Christian faith and explores the essential truths about God the Father, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit. Discussion questions and helps for leaders make this ideal for group study.

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  • Sin The Savior And Salvation


    23 Chapters
    318 Pages

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    With scholarship that is thorough yet accessible and a tone that is convincing but noncombative, Dr. Lightner explores the current confusion over issues such as: the vanishing concept of personal sin in our secularized society, the influence of New Age ideas on the deity of Jesus Christ, and the controversy over “Lordship salvation” among evangelicals.

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  • Sharing Faith With Children


    What kind language and images should we use to communicate faith to children? How can we translate theological abstractions into concrete realities that make sense to children? This book provides insight into the stages of children’s mental and spiritual development in order to enable us to share faith with them in appropriate ways. Juengst gives special attention to the meaning of worship and how children participate in it, the role and purpose of the children’s sermon, the psychological and theological development processes of young children, the use of language and symbolism with children, and the use of appropriate methodologies that help in efforts to share faith with children through sermon.

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