When God Says “No:” Understanding the Fatherhood of God. In the pages of this book, we want to explore reasons why the answer of God to us is not always right in our eyes. We will examine causes for the Lord denying the request of our hearts. In addition, we will learn how the seemingly unfavorable response of God to us in certain requests is actually a demonstration of His love, care, and concern for us. This will lead us to a greater understanding of the Fatherhood of God in the life of the believer.
The World, The Flesh, and The Devil: Practical Insights to Living Victoriously in Christ. The World, The Flesh, and The Devil provides guidelines for overcoming the three battlegrounds every Christian faces: the world, the flesh, and the devil. Learn how you can walk in the power of God. Discover how you, too, can live victoriously in Christ.
The God of Another Chance: Overcoming Your Failures, Possessing Your Divine Destiny. God is the God of another chance. He will ensure that the good work that He has started in you will be completed. In this book, we will examine the failures and ultimate successes of biblical characters. If they overcame, then, the Christian today can come out of any personal Egypt and enter into their promised Canaan. Their examples provide hope and strength for the Christian today.
If They Be Prophets: Rediscovering the Ministry of the Prophet in the New Testament Church. This book brings clarity to the role of the prophet in the New Testament Church. In addition, it explores the prophetic person and the prophetic anointing. It is our prayer that believers will recognize the operation of the prophetic office and gift in the Church.
Leviticus I (The Burnt Offering): The Evans Practical Bible Commentary. In this commentary, we will examine one of the most important offerings of the Old Testament. God instituted Israel’s system of worship through Moses’ leadership. After establishing the priesthood, instructions were given concerning the sacrifices that were acceptable to God. Among the offerings of the Lord, the whole burnt offering (introduced in Leviticus, chapter 1) was unique. This offering helps the believer to understand Paul’s exhortation to present the body a living sacrifice unto God.