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GOD'S CURE for the POST-CHRISTIAN SYNDROME: Western Europe

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A Christianity with little of Christ for generations causes a nation to become like Judah in Malachi. This includes nations in Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and the U.S. Many people there have hearts hardened against the true God and His words to us. Malachi shows that God is preparing His faithful people, so that at the right time He will release them mightily as He did Jesus in Judea. This will heal the hardened hearts of many people who have not really tasted God's goodness in Christ. God has made a way in Christ to rescue any such nation from heading toward certain destruction into becoming a national disciple of Jesus. Malachi helps us to see God’s work in His people to disciple the nation while progress appears slow – before progress explodes! (This book follows the order in Malachi. A similar book with no subtitle starts with the syndrome described in Mal. 2-3, shows it in especially the U.S., and then shows two levels of its cause that Mal. 1-2 reveals.)
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Product Details

Edition
Sixth Edition
Published
August 17, 2014
Language
English
Pages
83
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.24 MB

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