Tuesday, December 7, 2010

From Glory to Glory

From Glory to Glory: The Importance of Old Testament Law to New Testament Believers is now available!

When any unbeliever, including a Jew, sees Moses, his heart is veiled so he cannot look into Moses’ face. In Moses he sees his curse under the law. After he is saved and believes Jesus is his Lord and Savior, the veil is taken away. When he looks at the Old Testament, he no longer considers God as the judge of the universe looking down on him and condemning him for failing to meet the law. Now he is to look at the law as a thing given to him by his Father in heaven who desires to bless him by telling him what He desires him to do. One of the ways God blesses us is through the giving of His law.

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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

New Titles on Google Books

You can now preview our latest titles on Google Books!

Communion of Christ's Body 
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In the New Testament, we are given two sacraments to picture the gospel: baptism and the Lord's Supper. God has given us the Lord's Supper to be a clear picture of the cost to Jesus Christ for our salvation as well as a promise of future blessing. When we properly partake of Communion in faith, God uses it to cleanse us and sanctify us. The desire of the authors of this book is that the church reforms its practice of the Lord's Supper so that the Lord's death is properly proclaimed until He comes.

Sanctified by God
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We are commanded by God to "Be holy for I am holy."  But the first time God declares something holy, it is not a person but a day.  By setting that day apart, He set a pattern for all men everywhere to follow, and those who do not do so are rebelling against God.  We are to treat the Sabbath holy as a sign that God has set us apart to Himself.  This book is a call for Christians to return to keeping the Sabbath and walking as a people sanctified by God.