Credentials of Faith

Front Cover, Aug 1, 2012 - Religion - 43 pages
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Everyone in America has a form of credential that takes them further in life, your credentials of faith are an investment in your future. Credentials certify your competency and give you authority for whatever you choose to do in life; the most common credential is your high School diploma, a college degree that attests to your identity and specific skills. However, we need to consider that there are other forms of credentials that attest to your personality that are not written on paper but imputed to one another. Let's consider the kind of credentials has God given to you.

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Table of Contents 1 The Absolute Of Faith
Faith In Christ
Fully Persuaded
Doubt Skepticism And Unbelief
Broken Faith
Coalescing Faith
Outcome Of Faith
Withdrawing Your Confidence

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About the author (2012)

Kenneth Dobbin was born in Brocton, New York, and a 1962 graduate from Brocton Central High School. Ken served for four years in the U.S. Air Force as an aircraft mechanic and was honorably discharged. Leaving the Air Force, he lived to Columbus, Ohio and moved to Marysville, Ohio, where he has lived since and framed houses for a living. Ken has been married to his wife, Kareen, for forty-four years, raising a daughter and are the grandparents of their daughter and more recently a great grandparent of a baby girl born in 2012. Then he met the Lord, who changed Ken's life. He taught Sunday school for four years and served on the church board for eight years and is now attending the Church of the Nazarene. Ken has been a Christian for the last thirty years, and during that time he has seen a number of Christians who could not find the book of Haggai. That bothers him. In addition, some have sought Ken to ask his opinion of what the Bible says in addition to seeking answers to other questions. Ken's hope is that Credentials Of Faith will make the difference in the world and that the ideas he presents will glorify God and affect those who read it in a positive manner.

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