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Why Do We Sin?
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Some Christians, especially new followers of the faith, are unaware of the demonic powers behind sin. This book provides biblical insight on sinful behavior and temptation, along with teaching... More > readers how to engage in spiritual warfare. If you are struggling with sin, this book will show you how to defeat it. It will reveal how its chain of bondage can be broken through scripture and the power of the Blood of Jesus Christ.< Less
Marriage Covenant 13
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This is one of the series on marriage. Dr. Olowosoyo answers a pastor's wife's question on what to do on the possibility of immorality in her family; particularly because Cynthia an illegal... More > immigrant, whose husband could not come to London serves in their choir and she is quite close to her husband.< Less
Where Did That Come From
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A book of many short thoughts and stories that will cause you to ouch, amen or Mmmmm. But throughout you will be pleasantly surprised and inspiredl
Decoding Doomsday - The Quest to Discover the Date the World Ends
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Do Megalithic Monuments and Books of Ancient Wisdom Predict When the World Will End? Humanity has a rich history of attempts to identify the final day of time. There is a common thread running... More > through all the stone monuments of the ancients, the crop circles on display in southern England, the writings of Nostradamus, and certainly the great mysteries of Bible prophecy. It is a shared sense of dread that our demise is imminent. From Plato's Atlantis to the I Ching, from Planet X and the Kolbrin Bible to the Book of Revelation and the Prophet Daniel; many sources are cited that predict humankind's last day. What can we learn from all these attempts to Decode Doomsday? In this book, the author provides an encyclopedia of the most famous attempts to predict doomsday and the most noteworthy prophets attempting to do so. Flying in the face of the common perspective, the author argues that the attempt to discern Doomsday is neither folly nor paranoia, but can be in fact a healthy preoccupation.< Less
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Luke is a book meant to be lived out. This study of the book of Luke will help you or your small group with that.
My 60 Day Journey
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60 days of inspirational writings that will help you grown closer to Christ.
The Practice of the Presence of God
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Nicholas Herman entered the priory in Paris as a lay brother, not having the education necessary to become a cleric, and took the religious name, "Lawrence of the Resurrection". He spent... More > almost all of the rest of his life within the walls of the priory, working in the kitchen. He was known for his profound peace and many came to seek spiritual guidance from him. The wisdom that he passed on to them, in conversations and in letters, would later become the basis for this book. It became popular among Catholics and Protestants alike, with John Wesley and A. W. Tozer being among those who were transformed by its vital message. This book will change the way you spend time with God. Brother Lawrence lived from a place in his heart where the love of God made every detail of his life of surpassing value. You can begin to live in this manifestation of God's Presence every moment of every day. With this book, you can begin now.< Less
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Judaism and Christianity are the two religions and ideologies which mostly form the framework of Western Civilization; whilst there are differences, these can result in higher unity. Not withstanding... More > this, we can freely speak about common Jewish-Christian traditions: the existing opposing views can be at the same time both regrettable but also contribute to the rich culture and heritage. These differences, especially from religious viewpoint, are inherent in the two different interpretations of Christ’s persona. While the Jewish religion considers Christ only as a religious teacher, Christian interpretation sees him as the central, God-human figure; the whole mankind’s Redeemer. This novel tries to portray a new theological approach of the night following the death of the Redeemer, whilst at the same time presenting the Jews in a positive light, it is not at all distorting the Catholic concept of Jesus.< Less
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