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God's Astounding Grace By D. Scott Meadows
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. Within this booklet are some of the most important truths found at the heart of the Gospel—in a word, grace. God saves sinners. Salvation is His work... More > from first to last. He takes people ruined and doomed and brings them to stand righteous in Christ with all their sins forgiven. He also renews them from the inside out and sets them upon a trajectory of spiritual growth toward Christ-likeness that always ends in glory. May this astounding Gospel feed your soul, clarifying your understanding and appreciation of God’s mighty saving work through Christ and the Spirit.< Less
Four Discoveries of Praise to God By Alexander Hume
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Alexander Hume (1560-1609) was a Calvinistic Scottish divine, minister, poet and ardent puritan. This work by Hume is one of his most popular works and covers four areas in which Christians should... More > praise God. 1. The mercy and goodness of God; 2. The justice of God; 3. The power of God; and 4. The providence of God. God is to be praise for who he is, as Hume explains, but also for the extension of his works in all these areas. The Christian must take time to contemplate, pray and praise God for all his works as Jesus told us to even consider God’s greatness in tending to the “lilies of the field” or the “sparrow” which does not fall but by the Father’s sovereign will. Hume’s Reformed Theology comes out strong and powerful in directing Christians to consider the Sovereign Lord of the universe, and the power of Christ's redemption. This is not a scan or facsimile, and has been updated in modern English for easy reading. It also has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Four Discoveries of Praise to God By Alexander Hume
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Alexander Hume (1560-1609) was a Calvinistic Scottish divine, minister, poet and ardent puritan. This work by Hume is one of his most popular works and covers four areas in which Christians should... More > praise God. 1. The mercy and goodness of God; 2. The justice of God; 3. The power of God; and 4. The providence of God. God is to be praise for who he is, as Hume explains, but also for the extension of his works in all these areas. The Christian must take time to contemplate, pray and praise God for all his works as Jesus told us to even consider God’s greatness in tending to the “lilies of the field” or the “sparrow” which does not fall but by the Father’s sovereign will. Hume’s Reformed Theology comes out strong and powerful in directing Christians to consider the Sovereign Lord of the universe, and the power of Christ's redemption. This is not a scan or facsimile, and has been updated in modern English for easy reading. It also has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
God's Sovereignty Displayed By C. Matthew McMahon & William Gearing
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William Gearing (1625-1690) was a fiery puritan and practical Gospel preacher. The bible teaches God is sovereign. People who come into contact with this biblical idea for the first time find it... More > offensive instead of comforting. This is especially true when they come under some kind of life-changing affliction, an event that involves a death, or some kind of debilitating disease. Gearing shows that God has an absolute, independent right of disposing of all people and things according to His own pleasure, using Job 9:12, “Behold, he taketh away, who can hinder him?” Anything God pleases to do he does, and is glorified by it. He is sovereign over the destiny of all men, over creation, over how people think, feel, and act, over nations, and controls all the events that occur in every moment of time throughout all of history. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
God's Sovereignty Displayed By C. Matthew McMahon & William Gearing
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William Gearing (1625-1690) was a fiery puritan and practical Gospel preacher. The bible teaches God is sovereign. People who come into contact with this biblical idea for the first time find it... More > offensive instead of comforting. This is especially true when they come under some kind of life-changing affliction, an event that involves a death, or some kind of debilitating disease. Gearing shows that God has an absolute, independent right of disposing of all people and things according to His own pleasure, using Job 9:12, “Behold, he taketh away, who can hinder him?” Anything God pleases to do he does, and is glorified by it. He is sovereign over the destiny of all men, over creation, over how people think, feel, and act, over nations, and controls all the events that occur in every moment of time throughout all of history. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Daniel: God's Sovereignty on Display By Dr. Nathan Ogan
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The constant pressure to compromise one's faith to the point of complete apostasy is present but examples are given of those who won't bow the knee and whose faithfulness to God is stalwart. The life... More > and style of Daniel’s prophecy encourages involvement in the life of the Gentile nation as far as conscience allows and shows that while faithfulness to God will entail great dangers it is the key to success. Daniel reassures God’s people that He is sovereign and so encourages their faithfulness to Him. This is even more the case for Christians who know that the Son of Man has come once to defeat evil, will come again to establish His kingdom, and that they live in the last days of conflict. It is no surprise then that Revelation picks up many motifs from Daniel and encourages believers to stand firm because of God’s final victory.< Less
The Gods and the Game Changer By Isaac Aluko Ademoroti
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The Sovereign of Cosmos faces rebellion from the head of the armed forces. This pre-eminent soldier, Hayes, wants a change in order that the kingdom could live up to its full potential. Attempts... More > at finding a solution to the impasse fails as the kingdom slides into a bitter civil war. The rebels were however vanquished and subsequently expelled from Cosmos. The King afterwards sends certain of his subjects to rule over Terrestrial, the kingdom outpost. Following a campaign of calumny and subterfuge by Hayes, the rulers of Terrestrial were themselves turned against the King. These failed rulers were to languish on a designated island. In an unexpected twist, the king’s heir volunteers to suffer in the place of the offending royal ambassadors who could then go on to fulfil their original destiny. Would these offenders appreciate the sacrifice of the Crown Prince?< Less
Unveiling God's Church By Paris Reidhead
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In Unveiling God’s Church, a compilation of nine of Brother Reidhead’s sermons on the first three chapters of the Book of Revelation, we gain deep insights on how we should think about... More > the Church, the Body and Bride of Christ. We learn the only reason for the Church existing is to glorify the Lord through the lives of its members and to bring Him honor, fame, praise and love. We learn job number one of the preacher is to deliver to the Lord a Bride pleasing to Him. And thus in God’s Church our hope is that in every day, every circumstance, in every situation God and His sovereign love is going to use my life to bring glory to His Son. But this only happens when each member is perfected, when each is filled with the fullness of Christ. This is how the Church is to glorify Him by revealing Christ in every believer. We become priests unto God. This royal priesthood is His perfected Church. This singular purpose is the reason He gave us pastors, teachers and prophets, to bring the Body to perfection.< Less
God Refined: A Proposal for Peace By Robert A. Kezer
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(Same as below.) Religions have brought parts of humanity together, but they have also kept the whole divided: we have yet to learn that different forms of worship can reside as equals under the... More > umbrella of a single sovereign Creator. Ancient scripture based in fear and superstition is expected to take precedence over modern science and the hindsight offered by recorded history. While we have grown in many ways, we still lack our saving grace – knowledge that we are all children of the same loving God. Drawing on the Urantia Revelation, God Refined describes an expanded view of Deity, one founded in truth, beauty, and goodness. We are offered hope and a path through the chaos consuming today’s world. Extending theory into practice, Part 4 applies the principles discussed to the Arab-Israeli conflict showing how non-violence can only result from an environment conditioned by love. Our task is to evolve: the goal, a higher order of existence from where peace will have it first true chance.< Less
God Refined: A Proposal for Peace By Robert A. Kezer
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(Same as below.) Religions have brought parts of humanity together, but they have also kept the whole divided: we have yet to learn that different forms of worship can reside as equals under the... More > umbrella of a single sovereign Creator. Ancient scripture based in fear and superstition is expected to take precedence over modern science and the hindsight offered by recorded history. While we have grown in many ways, we still lack our saving grace – knowledge that we are all children of the same loving God. Drawing on the Urantia Revelation, God Refined describes an expanded view of Deity, one founded in truth, beauty, and goodness. We are offered hope and a path through the chaos consuming today’s world. Extending theory into practice, Part 4 applies the principles discussed to the Arab-Israeli conflict showing how non-violence can only result from an environment conditioned by love. Our task is to evolve: the goal, a higher order of existence from where peace will have it first true chance.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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