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Why Did Jesus Do That?: Probing the Puzzling Incidents and His Oddest Sayings in the Gospels By Michaela Stephens
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Each time you read through the four Gospels you hope to understand Jesus Christ better, but you find yourself consistently puzzled in places by little things that don’t quite seem to make... More > sense. In this book you’ll find answers to questions such as the following: How could Jesus resist the temptation to turn stones into bread? Can this help us? Why did Jesus allow the devils to go into the herd of pigs? Why did Jesus warn the disciples about the leaven of the Pharisees and why did he refer to the feeding of the 5,000 to explain? What does this mean for us? What was really behind Jesus’s commendation of the centurion’s faith and His warning of the Jews that they might not be saved? Why don’t we know when Jesus turned the water to wine? Why is this miracle important for us today? You’ll see the purpose behind Christ’s words and actions and what it means for you today. Full of fresh insights in accessible language demonstrating both steady faith and razor-sharp analysis.< Less
IN DEFENSE OF TRUTH: AN EPISTLE TO PROPHET T.B. JOSHUA By Kali Gwegwe
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IN DEFENSE OF TRUTH: AN EPISTLE TO PROPHET T.B. JOSHUA is an unsolicited Scripture-backed attestation that Prophet T.B. Joshua of The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) is a true Servant of God.... More > The book drags attention to Matthew 7:15-17, where Jesus clearly spelt out how to separate between true and false Men of God. In clear disobedience of Scriptures, many Christians judge Prophet T.B. Joshua based on his roots, as against the fruits he is bearing. Jesus was misunderstood, doubted, hated, and rejected because the Pharisees, Sadducees, Elders, Scribes, and Chief Priests were more concerned about His roots. Because of this, they could not see the fruit of the Spirit He was bearing. Jesus has explained in Matthew 7:18 that “A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit; neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.” It means that a false Man of God; no matter how much he pretends, cannot bear fruit of the Spirit as outlined in Galatians 5:22-23. Prophet T.B. Joshua is bearing fruits of the Spirit.< Less
The Lost Sheep By William Jenkins
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Have you ever felt, after giving your life to Christ, that He was far away? That His blessings were removed from your life and that your relationship had faded to the point where you felt as if you... More > were navigating life’s circumstances alone, bereft of His guidance and care? You, who once knew great inward happiness, a joy “out of this world,” came into something akin to a black hole, spiritually? You’re not alone. The Parable of the Lost Sheep is one of the parables of Jesus. It appears in the Gospels of Matthew (Matthew 18:12–14) and Luke (Luke 15:3–7). ... It is the first member of a trilogy about redemption that Jesus tells after the Pharisees and religious leaders accuse him of welcoming and eating with "sinners." Jesus taught about a shepherd who had 100 sheep, and one of the flock wondered off by itself. The sheep was lost; the word “lost” is the same word that means “perish.” In other words, in great danger, headed for destruction, because it had left the safely of shepherd’s flock.< Less
The Layman's Guide to JAMES By Noel Smith
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James was a practical man. He had seen hypocrisy, in himself, in the Pharisees, in everyday Christians and he would have none of it. His letter to the early Christian churches is practical and... More > convicting. He talks about heart Christianity worked out in actions. He discusses love and then insists that Christian love can’t just say compassionate words to the hungry, love must feed them. James was Jesus' brother, a son of Joseph and Mary. During Jesus ministry he was a sceptic, but eventually he became the lead pastor of the Church at Jerusalem and help set the tone for the entire emerging Christian movement. The Letter of James is one of those no-nonsense New Testament books. James tells it like it is with no holds barred. He doesn't seem concerned that he'll offend someone. He just says it. I've found that the Letter of James is a great place in which to mine and refine practical Christian living.< Less
The Layman's Guide to JAMES By Noel Smith
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James was a practical man. He had seen hypocrisy, in himself, in the Pharisees, in everyday Christians and he would have none of it. His letter to the early Christian churches is practical and... More > convicting. He talks about heart Christianity worked out in actions. He discusses love and then insists that Christian love can’t just say compassionate words to the hungry, love must feed them. James was Jesus' brother, a son of Joseph and Mary. During Jesus ministry he was a sceptic, but eventually he became the lead pastor of the Church at Jerusalem and help set the tone for the entire emerging Christian movement. The Letter of James is one of those no-nonsense New Testament books. James tells it like it is with no holds barred. He doesn't seem concerned that he'll offend someone. He just says it. I've found that the Letter of James is a great place in which to mine and refine practical Christian living.< Less
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Volume 1: The Church Realized By Sean Morris
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In Jesus’ day there were many traditions and denominations of men, yet He wasn’t a Pharisee, Sadducee, Zealot, or Herodian. All of these sects and beliefs were divided against each other,... More > but when Jesus came in the way of righteousness they all united against Him! How did Jesus Christ respond to such contention and perplexity, and how should we respond today? The Lord Jesus responded, “it is written” (Mark 9:13), “have ye not read that which was spoken unto you by God” (Matt. 22:31), “is it not written” (Mark 11:17), “have ye never read” (Mark 2:25), “ye do err, not knowing the scripture, nor the power of God” (Matt. 22:29), and “it is written again” (Matt. 4:7). The 21st century Church (Body of Christ) ought to be saying and doing the same things as Jesus did in the 1st century. Sadly, traditions of men that are religiously popular often go unchallenged, yet the scripture commands us to “prove all things” (1 Thess. 5:21)…but are we willing to interrogate our traditions by what is written?< Less
Volume 2: Popular Misconceptions Corrected By Sean Morris
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In Jesus’ day there were many traditions and denominations of men, yet He wasn’t a Pharisee, Sadducee, Zealot, or Herodian. All of these sects and beliefs were divided against each other,... More > but when Jesus came in the way of righteousness they all united against Him! How did Jesus Christ respond to such contention and perplexity, and how should we respond today? The Lord Jesus responded, “it is written” (Mark 9:13), “have ye not read that which was spoken unto you by God” (Matt. 22:31), “is it not written” (Mark 11:17), “have ye never read” (Mark 2:25), “ye do err, not knowing the scripture, nor the power of God” (Matt. 22:29), and “it is written again” (Matt. 4:7). The 21st century Church (Body of Christ) ought to be saying and doing the same things as Jesus did in the 1st century. Sadly, traditions of men that are religiously popular often go unchallenged, yet the scripture commands us to “prove all things” (1 Thess. 5:21)…but are we willing to interrogate our traditions by what is written?< Less
Volume 3: A Clean Place By Sean Morris
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In Jesus’ day there were many traditions and denominations of men, yet He wasn’t a Pharisee, Sadducee, Zealot, or Herodian. All of these sects and beliefs were divided against each other,... More > but when Jesus came in the way of righteousness they all united against Him! How did Jesus Christ respond to such contention and perplexity, and how should we respond today? The Lord Jesus responded, “it is written” (Mark 9:13), “have ye not read that which was spoken unto you by God” (Matt. 22:31), “is it not written” (Mark 11:17), “have ye never read” (Mark 2:25), “ye do err, not knowing the scripture, nor the power of God” (Matt. 22:29), and “it is written again” (Matt. 4:7). The 21st century Church (Body of Christ) ought to be saying and doing the same things as Jesus did in the 1st century. Sadly, traditions of men that are religiously popular often go unchallenged, yet the scripture commands us to “prove all things” (1 Thess. 5:21)…but are we willing to interrogate our traditions by what is written?< Less
Where Is the Kingdom of God ? By Ken Kapreilian
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Newly revised for 2016. Where Is the Kingdom of God? This book is written with the intent to deepen and enhance the understanding of this topic. The title of this book is from the following... More > scripture; 20 Now when He was asked by the Pharisees when the kingdom of God would come, He answered them and said, “The kingdom of God does not come with observation; 21 nor will they say, ‘See here!’ or ‘See there!’ For indeed, the kingdom of God is within you.” Comments from readers: "Where Is The Kingdom Of God?", is a fact filled account that gives the reader Biblical references to find this answer. The Kingdom of God defines what God has given us through His Son, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. Sharing what he knows and expressing it in terms that others may grasp, is a gift that Ken has been given. His thoughts about God's Word allow us an opportunity to better understand the message Christ was giving His disciples over two thousand years ago, that the Kingdom of God is in the believer. Larry Bertram< Less

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