GETHSEMANE "My Father, If it is Possible, May this Cup be Taken from Me"

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Xulon Press, 2012 - Religion - 456 pages
The book proves - examining only Scripture - that in Gethsemane the Lord Jesus Christ did not 'agonize' in fear and dread about the death on the cross. Gethsemane was the scene of real and dramatic events involving the Lord and the Heavenly hosts and angels. A real battle took place. Excerpt from the Editorial Review: "This book is overflowing with intense, careful and focused investigation of scripture ...sharing with readers the treasure of truths hidden in the nuances of language. The experience of reading this book will be eye-opening at every turn and will bring readers ever closer to God. The author has gone to great lengths to provide his readers with a fully comprehensive volume that will make them understand their Savior Jesus Christ better than they ever could have imagined". The premise of the book is that the Bible is the inerrant Word of God to be understood plainly and literally and that "Every Scripture is God-breathed", testifying about the Lord God and Saviour Jesus Christ.
 

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Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS
34
Preface Chapter 1 How can mortal man be just with God
35
Which cup is this cup
103
Encompassed with griefis My soul unto death
108
He began to be sore amazed ekthambeisthafl
123
The spirit indeed is willing but the flesh is weak
133
The Lord will scatter you among all peoples
166
The Lords six prayers in Gethsemane
167
1 In HIM was LIFE and the life was the LIGHT of men
236
FOR the prince of this world cometh
256
The hosts of the Heavens
287
He went forth with His disciples over the brook Cedron
321
Coming to be in an Agonia
354
More than twelve legions of angels
397
Main reference works used
416
Prophecy
419

Agony agonia What saith Scripture
181
The six Temptations of the Lord in the wilderness
194
TheVERYREASONthelxfidxnnt0THHSHOUR
205
A short note on the purpose of each Gospel
429
Short summary of some of Satans major attacks
442
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