The Fate of Satan (Grace and Knowledge Series Book 3) by Woody Brohm

The Bible is the only reliable source of information regarding the things of God. God is the creator of all things including Satan. The major influence in the world we live in is the person, presence and power of Satan. God allows Satan to manipulate the things of this world including world events, individual circumstances and personal choices. What we experience in time is merely the unfolding of God’s preordained plan. Satan cannot do any more than what God allows. We must accept, by faith, that God’s plan is righteous, just and fair.

The Biblical record of the origin of Satan is intentionally obscure. The schemes of Satan are well documented and are highly effective. The fate of Satan is explicitly detailed in the Bible. Believers must rely on the Holy Spirit for protection from Satan, the Mighty Adversary of God.

Satan is the ruler of our fallen world. He commands his army of demons and all unbelievers. This satanic regime will continue until Christ’s Second Coming.
“The God of peace will soon crush Satan under your feet. The grace of our Lord Jesus be with you (Romans 16:20).”

Author: Woody Brohm

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Left to Die but Loved by God: God’s amazing love for a refugee woman by John McCreedy

Left to Die but loved by God highlights some of today’s major world issues seen through the lens of the Biblical story of Hagar. Throughout the book author John McCreedy takes the reader on a journey examining the turbulent story of Hagar and what her story teaches us today about contemporary issues such as the refugee crisis, modern day slavery, racism, and homelessness. The book concludes by looking at the subject of forgiveness and using the story of the unlikely reconciliation between Ishmael and Isaac presents a view of a possible peace through Jesus Christ between all three Abrahamic faiths, Islam Christianity and Judaism and other religions.

Author: John McCreedy

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Ultimate Authority for the Soul by Martin Murphy

What is the ultimate authority for human beings? This book examines that question and concludes that every rational being has some recognition of God as the ultimate authority. Although God is the ultimate authority, He confers His authority by means of the Word of God. The author examines Psalm 119 to build a defense for the ultimate authority of the soul. Although this book was written for Christians, the author builds the case that authority is a principle necessary to maintain sanity and order in the family, the church and civil society. The Word of God connects the soul with reality.
This book is replete with assertions, defended and explained. They should resonate with the collective church. “The church should be saddened because there is so much disregard for the Word of God. It is the Word of God that holds forth the glory of God in all His majesty and dignity. It is the Word of God that explains the way of salvation to sinners.” Everyone must deal with the authority concept. Murphy brings the center of life into focus. “God is the center of the universe, but God is a Spirit so He communicates His will in His Word so His Word becomes central to life. God’s Word is the means by which His people can keep a proper perspective in the face of danger, affliction, and persecution. The Word of God is not an idol, but it should be found in the center of our lives.

Author: Martin Murphy

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Be Perfect: Love Your Enemies (Daily Gospel Book 15) by Clinton LeFort

Introduction

Intro This is the thirteenth volume in the Daily Gospel series, and it contains Daily Gospel Reflections. The purpose of this series is to introduce timely topics from the Gospel, which integrate critical values we face in the digital age. The purpose of this series is to introduce appropriate topics from the Gospel, which incorporate critical values we face in the digital age.The Daily Gospel series follows the Catholic Church’s liturgical calendar and seeks to offer small portions of the Gospel on a daily basis. The Daily Gospel has been at the heart of the Catholic Church for many centuries, but we have now entered a digital age. This has not changed the desire the faithful have for listening to the Gospel, but only the medium by which they find the word of God and apply it to their lives. This series of reflections dedicated to the Daily Gospel as given to us by the Catholic Church by the Bishops is hoped to be another means that the faithful can retrieve the Gospel thru various electronic media: Kindle, iPhone, tablets, and iPad.
Today our reflection in on Matt. 5:43-48, in which Jesus teaches his disciples about the love of God and the love of our enemies. We love God when we become as perfect as Our Heavenly Father and Jesus gives us the example. We love our enemies when we do good to those who harm us.
Love your enemies

“You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I say to you, love your enemies, and pray for those who persecute you, that you may be children of your heavenly Father, for he makes his sun rise on the bad and the good, and causes rain to fall on the just and the unjust. (Matt. 5:43-45)

Jesus begins to perfect the teaching that says to love our neighbor and hate our enemy, but Jesus turns things around and extends our charity even further by loving those who persecute us and do us harm. The reason Jesus gives is because this kind of response to our enemies makes us true children of our Heavenly Father. After all, Our Heavenly Father gives to all alike, the good and the bad, day in and out, century after century, never failing to exercise his charity. He never asks for anything in return. We, on the other hand, demand others to treat us well and to honor us at every turn of the road. Jesus says that kind of behavior doesn’t make us children of God as much as loving our persecutors and enemies. Jesus uses the phrase that should be our motto in Christian action: make your sun rise on the bad and the good, and causes rain to fall on the just and unjust.

Author: Clinton LeFort

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A Step Beyond the Rain (The Roscoe Chronicles Book Two) by Ethan Mayefsky

The mother of a murder victim gets a letter from the man who was accused of her son’s death. Even though it’s twenty years after the murder, she reluctantly decides to read it. What she reads could change her life. The question is: will it be for the better, or worse?

Author: Ethan Mayefsky

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The Revealing of Christ (In a Parable) by Fulcher Jr, Dr E C

What is the revelation of Jesus Christ? Many say that it is the understanding of the Godhead or Water Baptism or Mystery Babylon. There is revelation in each of these, but it is not the revelation of Jesus Christ. God has always had a revelation throughout every age and Jesus Christ is being revealed today. The answer to this question and many others is within this booklet. It’s a must have for any library!

Author: Fulcher Jr, Dr E C

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Better with Jesus: A Mission 119 Guide to Hebrews by Hutson Smelley

Why does God allow Christians to face trials and even persecution? Is there a purpose in the suffering? What is spiritual maturity and how does it relate to knowledge of the Word of God? What does an exemplary life of faith look like? Do all believers have the same experience of God now and in the world to come? The book of Hebrews answers these questions and much more. It is the greatest Christological treatise ever written, explaining Jesus’ position as Son, better than angels, than Abraham, than Moses, than Aaron, than all Levitical priests. Jesus provided a better sacrifice in a better tabernacle and as the Son, heir and sovereign of everything, will exercise in the world to come the dominion the first Adam lost in Genesis 3. The primary exhortation of the book, as needed today as it was in the first century, is to steadfastly endure in the face of trials, obedient to God’s Word and with eyes focused on the heavenly country. But within its pages are ominous warnings to those who would fail to endure, understood by many expositors as warnings about losing one’s salvation or that continued disobedience proves someone was never saved to begin with. This text will show the book of Hebrews has an eschatological orientation, our lives are a training ground for the world to come, and the warnings in Hebrews are that how we live now will affect our Christian experience both now and in the world to come. The MISSION 119 SERIES is committed to in-depth exposition tethered to the context and argument of the book under consideration so that the primary focus is the author’s intended message.

Author: Hutson Smelley

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Bible: 8 Bible Lessons That Can Change Your Life Forever (Bible Study) by Richard Stein

Bible Study, Lessons That Will Deepen Your Connection With God And Help You Live A Life Of Meaning

“Truly inspiring lessons from the bible!” – C. Davis
“Timeless Lessons From The Good Book.” – Richard Reynolds

The web of life can sometimes – a lot of the times – make you want to run away. The busyness of life can, and will, drag you down if you aren’t equipped to deal with it. Chances are, if your life is in utter turmoil, you have been neglecting the language of God for far too long. The language of God is love, and if you aren’t engaging in activates that promote love, your connection with Him is tethered. The good news, however, is that whatever your circumstances, however hard, you can change it all around with God at your side. Perhaps you’ve forgotten about this truth: God is always at your side, and He never leaves. Sometimes, it might feel as if you’re alone, but this is only an illusion. You are never truly alone.

The only reason you feel alone is because your connection with Him has withered. Why has it withered? How can you rekindle it? By reminding yourself of what is truly capable when you have God at your side. There is so much love, abundance, and capability in you, that all you need is a friendly reminder of what is possible. There is no better way to do this than to study the lessons of God. What follows are lessons that if followed, can rekindle your connection with Him and transform darkness into light. Even if your faith is strong, the lessons will deepen your appreciation and deepen your joy in life. Don’t ever think it’s too late to change your life around, because it’s not. With faith as your shield, you can accomplish anything you want. Don’t ever underestimate the love and power of God.

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Author: Richard Stein

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Decoy Revival by Fulcher Jr, Dr E C

Thousands attend revivals across the world every year. Their services will be very exciting because they will be based on emotion. They will preach a gospel of “what God wants to do for you and how God wants to serve you.” But are these revivals helpful or hurtful to the believer? Should God be serving us or should we be serving Him?

Author: Fulcher Jr, Dr E C

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