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Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
Price: $2.99 (June 20-21)
What does the Bible teach about sexual relationships between people of the same sex? Does true love require that we accept all forms of sexual expression? No, real love does not rejoice in sin, but rejoices in the truth. In the Bible, God reveals that He created gender, sex, and marriage, and we may not alter them at our will. Through His laws and works in history, God has made it clear that homosexual practices violate His holy purposes for mankind. The New Testament reaffirms God’s created order and moral laws. It too warns that homosexual practice, like any other sin that we cherish, is the pathway to God’s judgment. However, the Lord Jesus Christ saves sinners by His Spirit and gives them a new identity, forgiveness, life, and power to live according to His commandments. This is the message that all people need to hear: God’s laws have not changed, but God’s grace offers hope to sinners through Jesus Christ.
Table of Contents:
Foundations: Love, Authority, and Sexuality
Directions: God’s Word to Ancient Israel about Homosexuality
Expectations: The Power of Sin and the Power of Christ
Conclusions: Grace and Truth
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Many Christians consider this book confusing because of the cryptic descriptions and rich symbolism found within its pages. Some are frightened by its message of judgment while others are fascinated with the mystical characters who will appear in the last days. But that is not what Christ intended. He expects us to understand it because we should have studied the entire scope of Scripture so that these symbols, signs, and semantics would all be familiar to us. Sadly many Christians never read or study their Bible diligently so when it comes to understanding this book, they are totally lost. This is the only book in the Bible that has a blessing attached to it. That indicates its importance in God’s eyes. The blessing is for those who not only read and understand but keep the words of this book. We can’t keep what we can’t understand. Therefore, to understand the book, it has to be taken in the context which the writer intended—this is the only way everyone can possibly come to a proper and common understanding. In this age of huge scientific and technological breakthroughs when information travels at the speed of light, we are beginning to see where this rapid progress is taking us and how much of what John had written is starting to make sense. Indeed, the time is at hand.
The God Who Comforts is a spiritual reading of Jesus’ upper room discipleship sermon. What started out as a Passover meal became an inspiring and spiraling manifesto of comfort and challenge. Jesus propels the conversation forward into our hearts and minds. When Jesus got up off his knees and resumed his place of authority, he framed this strategic discourse in the Truth that cannot be packaged as a consumer product or programmed to fit the secular mind. Four distinct comings shape Jesus’ sermon in the upper room: his final coming, the Parousia; his gift of the Spirit, the Paraclete; his death and resurrection, the Passion; and his abiding fellowship, the Presence. These four comings are the ways in which Jesus draws near to his disciples, reassuring them that they are not alone. Throughout this conversation we are in the company of the eleven, hearing Jesus speak to us as he spoke to them. This discourse continues to reset twenty-one centuries of discipleship according to the revelation of Jesus Christ.
“With illuminating quotes from Ignatius to Bono, Webster prods us to see the events of the upper room through fresh eyes. Be prepared to be enlightened, challenged, and changed by this scholarly yet very personal examination of John 14-16.”
–John H. Wilkinson
Executive Coach and Strategist, Youth Unlimited Toronto
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