My People Perish for the Lack of Knowledge: Study to Shew Thyself Approved unto God

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iUniverse, Dec 15, 2009 - Architecture - 68 pages
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My People Perish for the Lack of Knowledge: Study to Shew Thyself Approved unto God polishes one’s understanding of the Scriptures so that God’s Word can serve as a mirror revealing the true nature of one’s life. This honest and unblinking look at reality prepares one to follow Jesus Christ, to prepare for his return, and to serve courageously as a leader of other Christians. Building upon his service as a pastor and his experience offering a nationally known tent ministry, Elder Larry D. Thomas Sr. brings the spirit of revival to this study. Each chapter begins with a brief explanation of a key element of the Christian faith, including topics like the baptism of the Holy Ghost, spiritual gifts in the local church, demons, and the second coming of Christ, and then presents a list of questions paired with pertinent scriptural references. By following this step-by-step study guide, one may deepen one’s faith and prepare to serve powerfully as a leader of Christians and a witness to the Lord. For all who sense that the Christian faith’s power and mystery are greater and deeper than they currently understand, My People Perish for the Lack of Knowledge: Study to Shew Thyself Approved unto God stands ready to offer a guide to the knowledge contained in the Scriptures. If you spend time with this must-read book, you will emerge from your encounter with the Bible’s witness better equipped to enhance, teach, and bless the body of Christ in these latter days.

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Larry D. Thomas, Sr. is a pastor, teacher, evangelist and Superintendent. His journey in ministry began over 30 years ago. He is best known for his state-of-the-art Tent Ministry, which is mobile and travels throughout the United States proclaiming the gospel in remote towns and rural areas. His straightforward teaching has changed the lives of many men and women across the United States. At the age of 17, he joined the US Army to serve his country. He gave his life to the Lord and has never been the same. From that time, he has matriculated from a minister, ordained elder, pastor, and now the Superintendent of five churches . Larry graduated from Rhema Bible Training Institute of Tulsa Ok, and continues to increase his knowledge of the Word of God by attending The North Carolina College of Theology. He is a revivalist, seminar and convention speaker ministering throughout the United States. He and his wife Deborah, are the parents of three children, two sons and one daughter. His motto in life is, "Winning the Lost At Any Cost", which enables his drive to help teach others how to propel this gospel throughout the world. His radio ministry, tent ministry, prison ministry, clothing ministry helps fulfill the call of meeting the needs of others. He teaches men and women how to be equipped to answer the call of ministry where God has called them.

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