The premise of this book is that aliens are evil spirits, the fallen angels of the Devil. God created animals, man, and angels, but no little green men from Mars. But both the angels of God (elect angels) and the angels of the Devil (devils), with their superior abilities, if they had not been named angels and evil spirits in the Bible, would be thought of as “aliens.” And there are reasons why people living in the future tribulation will believe angels are aliens, a deception that would work to the Devil’s advantage.
Ancient writers from different countries wrote about beings visiting them from the skies, who were superhuman. Some were called “gods,” “watchers,” or “angels.” I do, however, believe that angels in the Bible are exactly what the Bible says they are—not that the word angel is a code word for alien or that the prophets of the Bible lacked the vocabulary to describe aliens. Again, I am saying that if God had not given us their name, angel, then people would naturally think they were “ancient aliens.”
This book is written with complete reliance on the Bible, and the outline for my story will come from the book of Revelation.
In this grab bag we have 3 e-books from Moody Publishers on gratitude and thankfulness. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
In this grab bag we have 6 e-books from Baker Publishing. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
In this grab bag we have 3 e-books from Matthias Media. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
Price: $2.99 (Nov 2-3)
Few teachings of the Puritans have provoked such strong reactions and conflicting interpretations as their views on preparing for saving faith. Many twentieth-century scholars dismissed preparation as a prime example of regression from the Reformed doctrine of grace for a man-centered legalism. ‘In Prepared by Grace’, for Grace, Joel Beeke and Paul Smalley make careful analysis of the Puritan understanding of preparatory grace, demonstrate its fundamental continuity with the Reformed tradition, and identify matters where even the Puritans disagreed among themselves. Clearing away the many misconceptions and associated accusations of preparationism, this study is sure to be the standard work on how the Puritans understood the ordinary way God leads sinners to Christ. (more…)
In this grab bag we have 5 e-books from Tales from the Goose Creek B&B Series which were written by Virginia Smith and published by Harvest House. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
Upon her grandmother’s death, Izzy Fontaine finds herself in possession of a Wild Goose Chase pattern quilt that supposedly leads to a great treasure. Of course, once the rest of the family finds out about the “treasure map,” they’re determined to have a go at the treasure themselves. And, if that weren’t enough, Max Logan, a local museum curator, contacts Izzy and says that Grandma Isabella promised him the quilt. What is it about this quilt that makes everyone want it? Is Izzy on a wild goose chase of her own, or a journey that will lead her to the treasure her grandmother intended?