God has called many people indeed. Our life on earth is an opportunity to serve Him, and God has His eye on the things you are doing for his Kingdom. This book makes a stimulating read. If you imbibe the truths conveyed by the author, you will receive wisdom to use the opportunities of your life in the right way. Own your copy by ordering online now.
God’s Word is final and needs no further interpretation for it to make sense. If we would take the Word of God as it is written in the Bible, we would not have the many misunderstandings of the scripture that so many people are having. Although the Word of God has already made it very clear where the souls of the dead saints are, there are some preachers that want us to believe that when a Christian dies, we go immediately to heaven. The Bible did not say that, so the Lord gave me this revelation, reinforcing what the scripture has already said according to the words of the apostle Paul in First Thessalonians 4:13–18. Paul’s experience, where the revelation of the Lord is concerned regarding this matter, was not his idea; it was the revelation of the Lord. I can also say that this revelation that I write about regarding the matter is not my idea; they are the revelations of the Lord. He gave them to me, so I hope that this revelation will help make it clear that we are all here waiting for the Rapture. The Lord gave me the revelation of the Rapture also and not just the apostle Paul. It is in the book. The revelation of the Lord was not just for the apostles. God is still Lord of his church and will continue to give revelations to whomever he chooses to give them to.
Our lives can take a sudden turn when God intervenes. This course alteration in life may not be planned, but it can be welcomed after you feel God's presence and experience His precious Holy Spirit. When you submit and allow your heart to be broken and spilled out for Jesus, amazing things happen!
This book is ¿designed especially¿ to start you off on your new life in Christ. The goal and purpose of this book is to lay down a good foundation of spiritual truths that all believers need to know when they receive Jesus Christ as their Lord and personal Savior. It is also designed to teach you the basic elements of God¿s love and grace. Most importantly to help you understand ¿The Word of God¿ (The Bible). You will gain insight of who you are in Christ, what you have in Christ and what you will be able to do in Christ through learning God¿s Word for yourself. Your spiritual maturity will be established as you learn how to study the Bible and understand why it is important for every believer to read God¿s Word and spend time in prayer everyday.
This book is another one of those late-night Grateful Dead inspired dorm room conversations with friends . . . only this time it’s your professors sitting cross-legged on the floor asking if anyone else wants to order a pizza. The Grateful Dead emerged from the San Francisco counter-culture movement of the late 1960s to become an American icon. Part of the reason they remain an institution four decades later is that they and their fans, the Deadheads, embody deviation from social, artistic, and industry norms. From the beginning, the Grateful Dead has represented rethinking what we do and how we do it. Their long, free-form jams stood in stark contrast to the three minute, radio friendly, formulaic rock that preceded them. Allowing their fans to tape and trade recordings of shows and distributing concert tickets themselves bucked the corporate control of popular music. The use of mind-altering chemicals questioned the nature of consciousness and reality. The practice of “touring,” following the band from city to city, living as modern day nomads presented a model distinct from the work-a-day option assumed by most in our corporate dominated culture. As a result, Deadheads are a quite introspective lot. The Grateful Dead and Philosophy contains essays from twenty professional philosophers whose love of the music and scene have led them to reflect on different philosophical questions that arise from the enigma that is the Grateful Dead. Coming from a variety of perspectives, ancient and modern, Eastern and Western, The Grateful Dead and Philosophy considers how the Grateful Dead fits into the broader trends of American thought running through pragmatism and the Beat poets, how the parking lot scene with its tie-dyed t-shirt and veggie burrito vendors was both a rejection and embrace of capitalism, and whether Jerry Garcia and the Buddha were more than just a couple of fat guys talking about peace. The lyrics of the Grateful Dead’s many songs are also the basis for several essays considering questions of fate and freedom, the nature-nurture debate, and gamblers’ ethics.