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cover14 Marks Of A Genuine Saint (2020)
By: Frank McEleny
In the following pages and points I want to speak to the magnificence of genuine Christianity. To be actually born again is the wonder of all the ages. Now, little men have torn away at it, counterfeited it and made religious establishments out of its truths. There has in recent decades been a rush to the bottom. Some call it nominal Christianity, others call it cheap grace, but now 'Christianity,' is measured by its lowest common denominator. As long as one 'confesses,' that one is saved then that one is accepted. This confession is more often than naught a mental assent to an abstract truth. The born-again man or woman is not just the wonder of our ages, they are the wonder of all existence. This is God’s plan in action. This is His expression of Himself through those whom He has literally transplanted into them a new heart.
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coverAN AFFECTIONATE APPEAL TO CHRISTENDOM (2012)
By: William Law; Updated for the modern reader by Michael Clark
Aside from the scriptures, An Humble, Earnest, And Affectionate Address To The Clergy of William Law is indisputably among the most spiritually influential of all literary compositions.Men like Charles Wesley, George Whitefield, William Wilberforce, Henry Venn, Thomas Scott, Andrew Murray, and Watchman Nee, were a few of the untold thousands who were directly or indirectly influenced by it. That impact is still felt today....Of all William law's writings, we consider his "Affectionate Appeal" to be the most important. It contains his finial appeal to Christendom. In it he sets forth what he considered to be the most urgent need of the 18th century Church. And if you take the time to read it I am sure you will conclude, as we have, that this address yet speaks to our most pressing need."--From the Introduction by George Davis
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coverATTITUDES OF THE NEW CREATION - A Concise Study Of The Sermon On The Mount (2021)
By: Emmanuel Adeniyi
A well orchestrated and extensive review of the basics of a believer's discipleship building upon the sermon on the mount and extending into what Jesus actually meant and how that practically plays out in the believer's everyday life. The great commission is about making disciples and not just gathering converts like many seem to be doing today. Converting people is like giving birth to children; making them disciples is like raising up responsible children who are useful to God and humanity. Nowadays many believers seem to be interested in the former, but very few seem to have interest in the latter which apparently is more important and more demanding. We are also told how we are to make disciples of every nation on earth. This book is dedicated to understanding thorough discipling in a believer's life through the words of Jesus and his apostles.
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Abide In The Vine (2011)
By: William Furioso
By considering the context in John’s gospel where Jesus told His disciples to “abide in Me”, we can better understand what it means to Abide in The Vine. We can get insight into WHY Jesus exhorted His disciples in this way shortly before His arrest, crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension. There is much to learn about “abiding in the Vine” but we can begin by making this clear and simple deduction: Without abiding in Him, we will not be able to love one another as He commanded, nor be able to stand faithful against the hatred and persecution of the world.
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coverAccording To Christ (1959)
By: T. Austin-Sparks
The essential nature of a 'New Testament church': how such a church is formed, what are the principles which govern it. A remarkable insight into the life and purpose of the Church and Christ in it's midst. This is a must read for all those that would tread on the waters of reformation.
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Aesthetics & Worldview (eBooklet 52 pages) (2020)
By: William Furioso
Art as Perception & Expression of Reality - A Foundation for a Biblical Aesthetic - A Call to God-Centered Art
     This essay offers a foundation for a biblical aesthetic by submitting simple definitions of the terms ”worldview”, “art”, “reality”, and “aesthetics”. The science of “Perception” is also discussed briefly along with the concepts of “perceptual set” and “predictive coding”, which are likened to the apostle Paul’s concept of “the renewing of the mind” - viz. to a biblical worldview.
      The essay presents brief overviews of some branches of philosophy and various types of worldviews only to establish a context in which these things relate to art.
      The essay discusses the focus and source of artistic inspiration in the material creation, our humanity, the attributes of God and the Person of God Himself.
      The essay is a call to God-centered art, purporting that in the biblical worldview, God is Ultimate Reality; and that for the Christian artist, art is the communication, or expression, or reflection of one’s perception of that Reality; and that the attributes of God, revealed in His creation, in His written word, and in His Living Word, Jesus Christ, are the conceptual forms by which we perceive and communicate our expressions and reflections of God. Therefore, the purpose of the Christian artist is to communicate through works of art his perceptions of God and His attributes.
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coverAnatomy Of The Prosperity Gospel (2019)
By: Abiodun Jemilohun
The main objective of this treatise is to conduct a thorough examination of the prosperity theology as it currently exists in the light of the Bible, the written Word of God, which is the only authentic canon by which the veracity or otherwise of all Christian doctrines and practices can be established. This book looks into over 200 scriptures in context regarding the subject matter.
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coverAncient Church, The: Its History, Doctrine, Worship, and Constitution, Traced for the First Three Hundred Years. (1859)
By: William Dool Killen, D.D.
In the interval between the days of the apostles and the conversion of Constantine, the Christian commonwealth changed its aspect. The Bishop of Rome — a personage unknown to the writers of the New Testament — meanwhile rose into prominence, and at length took precedence of all other churchmen. Rites and ceremonies, of which neither Paul nor Peter ever heard, crept silently into use, and then claimed the rank of divine institutions. Officers, for whom the primitive disciples could have found no place, and titles, which to them would have been altogether unintelligible, began to challenge attention, and to be named apostolic. It is the duty of the historian to endeavour to point out the origin, and to trace the progress of these innovations. An attempt is here made to lay bare the causes which produced these changes, and to mark the stages of the ecclesiastical revolution.
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coverAnother Jesus, Another Spirit, Another Gospel (2017)
By: By Dayo Stephen Alamu & Ademola F. Abimbola
A Classic Critique of Today's Popular Preachers in Nigeria. You will find in this book the truth of God's Word in contrast to teachings and practices prevalent, nowadays, among God's own people but which are contrary to what God truly says. As you will read in this book, we traced how the problem stems from many of the Nigerian popular preachers who, for selfish reasons, erred from the truth and copied these false teachings from their foreign counterparts in USA. Let us show you what you need to know more about: - Self-help and self-esteem philosophies, - Success Formulas, - Positive Confession, - Positive and Possibility Thinking, - Prosperity Gospel, - Ye-Are-God Doctrine, - Divine Healing Scandals, etc.
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Apostolic Teaching (eBooklet 25 pages) (2007)
By: William Furioso
Apostolic (adjective) teaching, based on the apostles’ (noun) teaching recorded in the Scriptures is an absolutely necessary and sorely lacking genre and quality of teaching having a particular approach and goal - namely, to lay the foundation of Christ and to build Christ experientially in the lives of individuals and churches. (I Corinthians 3:10-11, Ephesians 2:20, 3:1-7) This essay focuses on the adjective, apostolic, rather than the noun, apostle - i.e. a genre and quality of faith and practice (Jude 3), rather than a supposed job description of an apostle.
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coverAre You A Member? And Of What? (early 1900's)
By: George Cutting
A very piercing short review of one's relationship with God and the scriptural truth of fellowship with others in Christ built upon that foundation. Written approximately in the early 1900's.
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Art & True Spirituality (eBooklet 23 pages) (2020)
By: William Furioso
Art as an Essential Form of Worship including some Cautionary Thoughts for Christian Artists
Through his works of art, the Christian artist can “magnify the Lord” by “telling of His glory”, often without words, through reflecting on the attributes of God, which are “the radiance of His glory”. This is an essential form of worship which, like other forms of worship and prayer, can act as a bridge - a “Jacob’s Ladder”, as it were - in which a work of art can be used by the Spirit of God as - a door, or a window, or a portal - between the physical and spiritual realms, through which God can reveal Himself.
     But in all his creative endeavors, the Christian artist must avoid “worshipping the creature rather than the Creator”, being ever aware that “the artist is not superman”, and that “art is not religion”. In order to truly “magnify the Lord”, the artist must view himself and his art from a consistent biblical worldview.
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coverBeware Of Old Prophets (2020)
By: Dayo Stephen Alamu
One of the riskiest things to do is to want to learn from one's mistake, because one may not live to tell the story. It is safe and wise to learn from others mistakes. There are many people in the bible that we can learn from. This book is all about learning from the mistakes of some Bible characters. Therefore, before the same mistakes are repeated, let us learn from Jeroboam, the man of God from Judah and the old prophet; all from 1Kings 13
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Brokenness (2015)
By: William Furioso
We human beings naturally perceive weakness and insecurity to be a "problem." I believe that we can see from Scripture that weakness and insecurity can actually be a blessing. It is an opportunity to access the life and strength of Jesus Christ. When we offer our weakness and insecurity, allowing Him to touch and heal, we are not merely "restored" to what human beings normally perceive as being "well-adjusted." That's not "good enough" to please God. He actually wants to touch our areas of weakness and insecurity and leave SOMETHING OF HIMSELF that goes far beyond merely being "well-adjusted."
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coverBruised Reed And Smoking Flax, The (1630)
By: Richard Sibbes, D.D. (1577-1635)
In recovering this text (from a reprint done in 1878), I have endeavored to keep the original as accurately as possible while only making changes to those old English words that would make it uncomfortable to the modern reader. Beyond that much of the style of the 1600's is left intact and with a little help from the Lord, the reader will get quickly used to that as though observing another place and time in history. With that mindset, let us proceed to inspect the Puritan mindset laid out for our edification and understanding in this work as we explore the very nature and calling of Christ.
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coverCASE FOR ANOTHER REFORMATION, A: A Call To Apostolic Christianity (2021)
By: Abiodun Jemilohun
There is a simmering demand today for another Reformation of the Church. While the objection to the status quo appears to be global, Nigeria seems to be the epicenter this time around. Since then, many commentators have voiced their concerns through social media about the numerous erroneous doctrines and unbiblical practices that have invaded the present-day Church and demanded a change. Some people have condemned this new demand and labeled it “Church bashing” but a careful look at Church history suggests this response is incorrect. Considering the similarities between the state of the present Church and that of the Medieval Church and the timing, one cannot but conclude that, as chaotic as it is, this current agitation is not a coincidence. In this treatise, we shall attempt to explore the state of the Medieval Church at the commencement of the Reformation and compare it to the current state of the Church, using Nigeria as a case study, to see if the call for another Reformation is truly warranted.
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CHARACTER OF THE KING & HIS KINGDOM, THE - The Beatitudes (2017)
By: William Furioso
This study, The Character of The King and His Kingdom is based on the very beginning of the main body of The Teachings of Christ – that is, what is called ‘The Sermon on The Mount’. The Sermon on The Mount is the Law of The Kingdom – in other words, how the King rules His Kingdom. The essence of that Law is the very nature (or character) of The King and His Kingdom. Here we see Jesus at the beginning of His ‘movement’, and the beginning of His ‘discipleship/leadership training’. Jesus begins with character formation.
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