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The power of God is not confined within the walls of the church. Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit are with you everywhere, from the street to the boardroom.
You Can Do the Works of Jesus is an easy to follow guide for power evangelism, offering the tools you need to walk in God’s miraculous power throughout your life. Author and revivalist Joel F. Crumpton’s stories, testimonies, and guidance will inspire you to become the person God intended you to be, living every moment for him.
Learn to share the Gospel wherever you go with confidence and boldness while exercising your faith. Discover how to receive the baptism in the Holy Spirit and go into the world as a representative of Jesus Christ, ready and willing to minister to others.
Crumpton’s inspirational testimonies reveal how often healing and deliverance occur in public places, with people falling to their knees and surrendering all to Jesus Christ. You too can see the same miracles and results “right in your own backyard.” All you have to do is surrender yourself to the greatest of joys—spreading the words and works of God.
In the 1740s Jonathan Edwards emerged as the New Light proponent of the claim that the Great Awakening was, in the main, a true work of the Spirit of God. Conversely, Charles Chauncy led the Old Lights in opposition by offering criticisms of the Awakening. In this book, Robert Davis Smart examines Edwards’s defense of the revival with particular attention to Chauncy’s criticisms, which have often been acknowledged but not previously subjected to thorough analysis. He sets forth historical and contextual factors that shaped Edwards and his generation, shows how Edwards emerged as a leader of the revival from its early days, and offers an updated survey of the modern attempts to interpret the Awakening theologically, sociologically, and historically. Here is a detailed treatment of the contrasting perspectives of Edwards and Chauncy, an extensive analysis of their major works regarding the revival, an able assessment of the essential issues raised by the debate, and an evaluation of the significant contributions of these men.
This second edition includes an all-new preface!
In Rules for Reformers, Douglas Wilson poaches the political craft of radical progressives and applies it to Christian efforts in the current culture war. The result is a spicy blend of combat manual and cultural manifesto. Rules for Reformers is a little bit proclamation of grace, a little bit Art of War, and a little bit analysis of past embarrassments and current cowardice, all mixed together with a bunch of advanced knife-fighting techniques. As motivating as it is provocative, Rules for Reformers is just plain good to read.
Thanks to Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals: A Practical Primer for Realistic Radicals — a book well-beloved by Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and many others — for much of the shrewd advice, and for none of the worldview.
Have you ever felt your marriage get cluttered up with sins and cumulative wrongs? Do you wish that you could deal with it, but don’t know where to begin? Douglas Wilson loves to point out that the way you fix these sorts of sin pile-ups is the same way you declutter a garage: Begin with the first layer, work to the bottom, and then keep it clean. That’s because the key to a good marriage is honest, complete, and humble confession of sin. This short little book, coming from a pastor with forty years of experience, offers concrete practical suggestions about how to confess sin properly and how to avoid other snares that married people tend to get snagged on, usually depending on whether they’re the man or the woman. Decluttering Your Marriage will give you much gospel advice, with much gospel encouragement. Features an extra checklist to help implement this book in your day-to-day lives.
In this grab bag, we have 7 e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
In this grab bag, we have 9 fiction e-books from Harvest House. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
Read and Reflect on Scripture alongside C. S. Lewis
C. S. Lewis was one of the intellectual giants of the twentieth century and arguably one of the most thought-provoking and influential Christian writers of his day. Countless readers have found insight and inspiration from his uniquely articulate view of God’s interaction with the world. The NRSV C. S. Lewis Bible provides readings composed of selections from Lewis’s celebrated spiritual classics, a collection that includes Mere Christianity, The Screwtape Letters, The Great Divorce, The Problem of Pain, Miracles, A Grief Observed, The Weight of Glory, and The Abolition of Man, as well as letters, poetry, fiction, and Lewis’s less-familiar works.
Each reading in this NRSV Bible, paired alongside relevant passages in the Bible, offers C. S. Lewis as a companion to your daily meditation of Scripture. As you engage in your devotional Bible reading, you will also gain insight from Lewis’s writings and spiritual journey as you invite him into your spiritual discipline.