Removing the Mysteries of Christianity

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Dog Ear Publishing, 2007 - 104 páginas
God has always been the same. Though people change, human nature remains the same from the time of Adam and Eve. Forces, that include angels and evil spirits, have been in existence for ages and have built barriers between God and His creation. Scripture explains much of the associated mysterious evidence that has been uncovered by science. God's plan is to reconcile to Himself as many as would be willing. He revealed and confirmed this plan (and continues to do so), by the work of His Spirit, through the lives of many. This plan is framed and executed by love. In order to participate in God's plan, exposure to this largely misunderstood love is required. Since the plan is communicated through imperfect people, it is often misunderstood and rejected. This book is for assisting God's people to obtain an improved understanding of both His love and His plan. TONY MURRAY Raised in denominational churches, the author helped start and served for years as assistant pastor in non-denominational churches in Ohio. He then served as pastor for a period of time. For over twenty years he worked in the training profession while observing the reactions and tendencies of people as they dealt with various circumstances. He recognized, first in himself but in others also, that these reactions and tendencies varied very little regardless of someone's abandonment to a church, person or cause. He sees that, while it is a decent gesture to commit to one's concept of Christianity, Christ often is not served. Misconceptions about God abound. He resolved to stress that the responsibility of the Christian is to abandon themselves completely to the person and teaching of Christ Jesus. Anything less will result in falling short of impacting the world the way that God desires.
 

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Página 2 - Love is patient and kind; love is not jealous or boastful; it is not arrogant or rude. Love does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrong, but rejoices in the right. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.

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