54 Spiritual Blessings In Christ

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54 Spiritual Blessings in Christ

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Believers we are Blessed! We have been given all we need to succeed and live life abundantly! When we, by faith accepted Jesus as our Savior, we received so much more than salvation! The book of Ephesians lists fifty-four Spiritual Blessings in Christ. This devotional will help you to see just what you have received and how it can be manifested in your life daily. Learn how to walk in your Blessings so you can fulfill the good works that God has prepared and planned for you to do for His glory.

The Ability of God

The Ability of God Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Arthur W. Pink
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Many Christians long to see greater depth in their praying but don't know where to turn. Bible-expositor Arthur Pink reminds readers that Scripture itself has much to teach us about prayer. In this book, Pink gives us a rich and detailed look at the prayers of Paul - showing us not only how to pray, but giving us greater insight into Paul himself, his relationship with God, and the people he served.

A Theology of Hope

A Theology of Hope Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Sang Yun Lee
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Lee advocates a “theology of hope,” essentially different from the Moltmann version on which the idea is developed. Lee shows how Cho’s message, particularly in its promise of a “saved” healthy, happy and prosperous life (the “Threefold Blessing”), was the antidote to the events that had ravaged the Korean peninsula in the 1950s. At the same time, Asian Pentecostal scholars might also need a greater appreciation for both the diversity and richness of their cultural and religious past. . . . [They] have found both culturally and biblically acceptable alternatives to, and adaptations from, the practices of their ancient religions and are seeking to provide answers to the needs of their own context. —Allan H. Anderson, University of Birmingham, England (From the Foreword)

The Curse Removed

The Curse Removed Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dan Salter
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The atonement is the central doctrine of our Christian faith. Today’s most popular model—penal substitution—presumes Jesus took on the guilt of sins to pay for them with his death. But that courtroom scenario, lacking justice and open-armed forgiveness, is riddled with questions of how guilt is transferred and why punishing another for a crime is just. The recent revival of Christus Victor and mimetic atonement theories may properly deny the Father-to-Son wrath of penal substitution, but they, too, fall short in explaining the transference of the victory of Jesus’s atonement to the sinner who needs rescue. Addressing these problems, Dan Salter’s biblically faithful recast of a redemptive atonement highlights both our human physical essence and our spiritual identity as the beneficiaries of God’s restoration. True justice and forgiveness can occur only with The Curse Removed.

A Discourse of Spiritual Blessings or a Discovery I That every Christian is blessed with all spiritual blessings in Christ In four sermons II That God hath a high account of the least grace in the saints In three sermons

A Discourse of Spiritual Blessings  or a Discovery I  That every Christian is blessed with all spiritual blessings in Christ  In four sermons  II  That God hath a high account of the least grace in the saints  In three sermons Pdf/ePub eBook Author: John CROMWELL (Pastor of Norwich.)
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A Discourse of Spiritual Blessings or a Discovery I That every Christian is blessed with all spiritual blessings in Christ In four sermons II That God hath a high account of the least grace in the saints In three sermons by John CROMWELL (Pastor of Norwich.) Summary

Who Can Take the Lord's Supper

Who Can Take the Lord's Supper Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dallas W. Vandiver
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Baptism and the Lord’s Supper are likely more basic for the church than you think. When Jesus inaugurated the new covenant by his death on the cross, he established baptism as the new covenant sign of entry and the Lord’s Supper as the new covenant sign of participation. These signs identify believers with Christ and his people. They are integral to the existence, membership, and discipline of the local church. In answer to the question “Who can take the Lord’s Supper?” this book catalogues four major positions in the broad Baptist tradition. While proponents of various views have appealed to the necessity of circumcision for participation in Passover as evidence for their position, none have adequately worked out the covenantal relationships between circumcision and baptism or Passover and the Lord’s Supper. By contrast to Reformed pedobaptist covenantal theology and in distinction from Baptist covenantal theology and dispensational theologies, this book develops the relation of these covenantal signs from a progressive-covenantal perspective. It presents an unprecedented comparison of the continuities and discontinuities between the covenant signs across the storyline of Scripture to demonstrate a biblical-theological principle that the sign of entry should precede the sign of participation.

The Tony Evans Bible Commentary

The Tony Evans Bible Commentary Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tony Evans
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Tony Evans is one of the most influential church leaders of our time and has been studying and preaching the Gospel for over 50 years. He is senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, TX and founder of The Urban Alternative, a ministry which promotes a kingdom agenda philosophy designed to enable people to live all of life underneath the comprehensive rule of God. The Tony Evans Bible Commentary includes an introduction to each Bible book followed by passage-by-passage exposition of the entire Bible by Dr. Tony Evans. In addition, there is a special front matter section with introductory resources. The insights in this commentary will help explain God’s Word in a fresh way. Applying these truths will empower readers to have transformed lives that then transfer the values of the kingdom of God to others. The Tony Evans Bible Commentary features the highly readable, highly reliable text of the Christian Standard Bible® (CSB). The CSB stays as literal as possible to the Bible's original meaning without sacrificing clarity, making it easier to engage with Scripture's life-changing message and to share it with others.

The Student Bible

The Student   Bible Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Orville James Nave
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Luther as a Spiritual Adviser

Luther as a Spiritual Adviser Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dennis Ngien
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Luther as a Spiritual Adviser by Dennis Ngien Summary

Most Luther scholars have focused largely on the polemical side of the Reformer, with occasional allusion to his Devotional Writings in volumes 42 and 43 of the American editions. The aim of this book is to unfold the pastoral, not the polemical, side of the reformer, drawing on the spiritual insights he offers to people of high and low estate. These writings are devotional and catechetical in shape and intent, yet not devoid of rich theological substance, the fruit of his rigorous reflections. They are the exercises of Luther's basic calling as a theologian-pastor, and are the concrete illustrations of the interface of theology and piety, the former being the abiding presupposition and logical cause of the latter. Through them, readers are informed not only of the Reformation theology of justification, but also introduced to a distinct expression of the Christian faith in which Christ and his cross occupy the centre stage. What is noticeable is the one single overarching theme--God's ways with people--that the Reformer, as a spiritual adviser, sought to relate to the events of his days such as evils, severe afflictions, the prevalent lay abuse of the Eucharist. He counseled how to meditate aright on Christ's passion, prepare to face the terror of death, advise the sick, rightly approach the sacrament of the altar, why and how to pray aright, what benefits could be gained from the Lord's Prayer, and how to live out a life of discipleship under the cross. Ngien's work reveals Luther as a true theologian, i.e., theologian of the cross at work in the pastoral context.

1 Kings

1 Kings Pdf/ePub eBook Author: John Woodhouse
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1 Kings by John Woodhouse Summary

The book of 1 Kings outlines the rise and fall of ancient Israel through the stories of fourteen kings. It is a book of great victories and devastating failures. In its pages are violence, betrayal, power, and politics. But no matter how great the accomplishments or evil the deeds, none of these kingdoms built by human kings could last. John Woodhouse walks us through this book passage by passage as it reveals how God’s purpose for the kings reaches far beyond what they could accomplish in their lifetimes. Their lives are part of a greater story, bearing witness about the King of kings, Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world—building and strengthening our faith as we set our eyes on the kingdom that will last forever.

Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures

Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mary Baker Eddy
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Reproduction of the original: Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy

Jesus is Enough

Jesus is Enough Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dr. Carlton C. McLeod
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Jesus is Enough by Dr. Carlton C. McLeod Summary

A devotional journey through the Scriptures, designed to restore true joy through the Person and Work of Christ and His Gospel, and encourage Christians to seek the Master rather than what’s on the Master’s table. What follows is our journey; one that took our church a year and a half. This book is composed of sermons and leadership lessons we preached as the Lord shaped us and molded us into a mature body of believers. The lessons will give you an opportunity to apply them to your life as well. Jesus is Enough to have joy! Jesus is Enough to walk in peace and contentment! Jesus is Enough to experience “breakthrough” because He is the breakthrough! Jesus is Enough to adjust our perspective, freeing us daily from the temporary, temporal confines of this earth to live with eternal and unchanging realities.

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