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In a prophetic vision, God showed me the evangelical churches of North America channeling all their spiritual energy into the works of their own hands, enshrining these works as a divine manifestation of God while living in rebellion to His word of truth. We have forsaken the mandate of the Azusa Street Revival and have been shutting the door more and more to all possibilities for any future revivals and awakenings in North America. If the church does not wake up from its spiritual slumber, all will soon be lost. The purpose of this book is to reveal to the body of Christ in North America and the rest of the world where we have gone wrong and how to turn back to God in much-needed repentance. It is my prayer that through this book, a new spirit of righteousness will be awakened in true believers everywhere and that they would be energized into a new mindset of desiring something authentic from God’s Holy Spirit, no longer clinging to that which is religious and familiar. Lord let the evangelical churches of North America be set free from the entanglements of their own cultural and social bondages and allow the true love of Jesus Christ to reign in their hearts, churches, and communities. Let the real spirit of the Christ be their guide. Amen. To learn more or order the book: *******bookstore.westbowpress****/Products/SKU-000605641/From-the-Coffin-to-the-Cross.aspx
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The God & Work course is 100% Bible-based and intentionally non-denominational in appeal. The workshops have been given in a range of church settings - from the traditional Baptist church in Houston Texas, evangelical churches in Europe and community church groups in Africa.
15 May 2018
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Amazing SDA anti trinity doctrine (Evangelism p. 617.2) SDA anti trinity doctrine “The prince of the power of evil can only be held in check by the power of God in the third person of the Godhead, the Holy Spirit.” — (Ellen G. White, Special Testimonies, Series A, No. 10, p. 37, 1897) — Evangelism p. 617.2 SDA anti trinity doctrine “The Holy Spirit is the Comforter, in Christ's name. He personifies Christ, yet is a distinct personality.” — (E.G. White, 20MR 324.2) SDA anti trinity doctrine Evangelism 616.6 and 617.1) SDA anti trinity doctrine “The Holy Spirit always leads to the written word. The Holy Spirit is a person; for He beareth witness with our spirits that we are the children of God. ... SDA anti trinity doctrine The Holy Spirit has a personality, else He could not bear witness to our spirits and with our spirits that we are the children of God. He must also be a divine person, else He could not search out the secrets which lie hidden in the mind of God.” — (Ellen G. White, MS 20, 1906) — Evangelism 616.6 and 617.1 SDA anti trinity doctrine Evangelism p. 616.5) “We need to realize that the Holy Spirit, who is as much a person as God is a person, is walking through these grounds.” — (Ellen G. White, Sermons and Talks Volume 2, pp. 136, 137, 1899) — Evangelism p. 616.5 SDA anti trinity doctrine “The Holy Spirit is a free, working, independent agency.” — (Ellen G. White, Review and Herald, May 5, 1896 SDA anti trinity doctrine Evangelism p. 615.1) SDA anti trinity doctrine “There are three living persons of the heavenly trio; in the name of these three great powers - the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit - those who receive Christ by living faith are baptised.” — (Ellen G. White, Special Testimonies, Series B, No. 7, pp. 62, 63, 1905) — Evangelism p. 615.1 SDA anti trinity doctrine “The Holy Spirit is the Comforter, in Christ's name. He personifies Christ, yet is a distinct personality.” — (
17 Jan 2019
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All the world wondered after the beast Seventh-day Adventists consider themselves heirs of the apostles in their hope of Jesus' return to this earth. "I will come again," Christ promised (John 14: 1-3). "This same Jesus will come as you have seen them go to heaven" (Acts 1:11). All the world wondered after the beast With the passage of time, this doctrine was forgotten; although there have always been groups of believers who, from different religious confessions, following the teachings of the Gospel, awaited the return of the Savior. All the world wondered after the beast One of these eminent believers of the past was Christopher Columbus, as can be seen from his writings, without forgetting Juan de Valdés, Father Manuel de Lacunza, Rubén Darío, Newton and many others. All the world wondered after the beast With the Reformation, and its emphasis on the Scriptures, a new interest came for the second coming of Christ. Martin Luther and most of the reformers had their confidence in this event. All the world wondered after the beast In the first decades of the nineteenth century, there was a revival of this hope. Both in Europe and in America, thousands of believers, ministers of worship and lay people of different denominations, countries and continents, put great emphasis on this doctrine. All the world wondered after the beast In successive years, studying the Bible, resurfaced doctrines that although they were followed by the primitive church, had been forgotten. Among them is the observance of the Sabbath, which is one of the hallmarks of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. All the world wondered after the beast Over time the need arose to unite around this evangelical legacy and accept the mandate of Jesus Christ to preach the gospel throughout the world. All the world wondered after the beast Thus, in 1863 the Adventist Ch
2 Feb 2019
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Testimonies to the church VOL 1 CH 59 Power of Example Ellen White Ellen G. White was a controversial figure in her time, and still generates many discussions, especially among other Christian groups, as well as non-religious groups. She claimed to have received visions after the second return of Jesus, set for October 22, 1844, by William Miller, of whom she was a follower, was not fulfilled. His visions gave grounds for the Adventist movement to consider that the "gift of prophecy" was manifested in it, which endowed his writings with great importance for the believers of this denomination. Testimonies to the church VOL 1 CH 59 Power of Example Ellen White Ellen G. White promoted vegetarianism, as well as the evangelization and diffusion of Adventism in different parts of the world. During his life he wrote more than 5,000 newspaper articles and 40 books; Currently, including the compilations of its 100,000 pages of manuscripts, nearly 100 books have been published, which have been translated into the main languages ​​of the world. Testimonies to the church VOL 1 CH 59 Power of Example Ellen White In addition, he established through his writings Adventist principles regarding health and body care, such as vegetarianism and abstinence from substances such as alcohol, coffee. Testimonies to the church VOL 1 CH 59 Power of Example Ellen White Early life Ellen Gould Harmon and her twin sister Elisabeth were born on November 26, 1827 on a farm (now known as Testimonies to the church VOL 1 CH 59 Power of Example Ellen White Fort Hill Farm) near Gorham, Maine, a village located about 19 km west of the city of Portland, in the northeast from United States. Robert F. and Eunice G. Harmon had a family of eight children1 and a few years after the birth of Ellen and her sister, the family moved to Portland, where her father was dedi
4 Mar 2019
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Testimonies to the church VOL 1 CH 59 Power of Example Ellen White Ellen G. White was a controversial figure in her time, and still generates many discussions, especially among other Christian groups, as well as non-religious groups. She claimed to have received visions after the second return of Jesus, set for October 22, 1844, by William Miller, of whom she was a follower, was not fulfilled. His visions gave grounds for the Adventist movement to consider that the "gift of prophecy" was manifested in it, which endowed his writings with great importance for the believers of this denomination. Testimonies to the church VOL 1 CH 59 Power of Example Ellen White Ellen G. White promoted vegetarianism, as well as the evangelization and diffusion of Adventism in different parts of the world. During his life he wrote more than 5,000 newspaper articles and 40 books; Currently, including the compilations of its 100,000 pages of manuscripts, nearly 100 books have been published, which have been translated into the main languages ​​of the world. Testimonies to the church VOL 1 CH 59 Power of Example Ellen White In addition, he established through his writings Adventist principles regarding health and body care, such as vegetarianism and abstinence from substances such as alcohol, coffee. Testimonies to the church VOL 1 CH 59 Power of Example Ellen White Early life Ellen Gould Harmon and her twin sister Elisabeth were born on November 26, 1827 on a farm (now known as Testimonies to the church VOL 1 CH 59 Power of Example Ellen White Fort Hill Farm) near Gorham, Maine, a village located about 19 km west of the city of Portland, in the northeast from United States. Robert F. and Eunice G. Harmon had a family of eight children1 and a few years after the birth of Ellen
5 Mar 2019
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Are you looking for the Christian Gospel Tracts that clearly explains how to get saved? Then, you are in the right place! GO Evangelism! Is the readiest and reachable group for Christians. P.O. Box 5357, Lancaster, CA 93539-5357 Tel: (661) 942-8827 Fax: (661) 945-3118
30 Aug 2019
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Matthew 24:14 And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come. Missionaries speak on the difficulties of evangelization of africa.
4 Sep 2019
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