We Are Living In The Finished Work Of Christ: God Draws, Jesus Saves, The Holy Spirit Seals

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AuthorHouse, May 7, 2008 - Education - 368 pages
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The first book I had written contains information regarding the traditional things that are going on in the church today and have been going on for many, many years.  God has inspired me with the assistance from my wife to dig deeper and research a little more about these traditons.  It is to open our eyes as well as the eyes of others and set us free from those old traditions that are holding us back from having a real relationship with Christ.  Christ came to save us not to keep us in bondage or slavery.  People are hurting because they have been taught that there is a certain way that they have to serve God in order to be blessed.  They have been told that there are certain things they cannot do if they want to be blessed or saved.

The so called Pastors/False Prophets have kept so many people in darkness. God’s people are still in bondage by the false teachers.   So many people believe if they don’t work in the church (usher, in the choir, on the missionary board, etc.) they are not saved.  Many people believe that you have to work to be saved.  They have missed the mark.  As a Christian, you work because you are saved, it is not an obligation, but a privilege.

Christ is our comforter.  He has not come to keep us in bondage.  He has freed us from our sins, from the law of bondage.  When the people came to Jesus and ask to be healed he always tell them that “your faith” has made you whole or your faith has healed you.  Faith in Christ is the Key Word.

 

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This book reveals the evil of false teaching, confusion in the church and the danger of Islam. I believe this book is design for seminary students but should be in the hands of all true believers of Jesus Christ. This book is backed by the very Word of God.
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Contents

Christianity
1
Christians
3
The Church
5
The Order of the Church
9
LawGrace
18
What are the ByLaws of the Church?
20
TITHES
32
Offering
38
PROPHET
101
JESUS EXAMPLES
111
Denominations
122
ISLAM
158
THE STORY OF CHRISTIANITY
171
The Government was His Shoulder
184
PRAYER
195
Defending your faith and how
202

FASTING
47
TRUE WORSHIP
51
BLESS BLESSING
55
FAITH
60
JUSTIFICATION
66
SPIRIT
68
Anointed
72
Tongues
77
Slain in the Spirit
82
The Holy Spirit
83
PROSPERPROSPERITY
85
SIGNS AND WONDERS
87
DELIVERANCE
94
HEALING
97
Introduction
208
THE SOLITARINESS OF GOD
212
THE RIGHTEOUSNESS OF GOD
216
THE SOVEREIGNTY OF GOD
220
THE WRATH OF GOD
226
WE REAP WHAT WE SOW
234
Chaplaincy Concerns
239
Final Message
250
Watch Night New Years
255
Words and Definition
257
Glossary of Theological Terms
268
Hebraic Biblical Terms
287
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Page 7 - But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, long-suffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance ; against such there is no law. And they that are Christ's have crucified the flesh with the affections and lusts. If we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit.

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Rev. Dr. Antonio Arnold is a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He was born and raised in Petersburg, Virginia by proud parents John and the late Gurline Arnold. He is the husband of Sheila Gregory Arnold for twelve wonderful years. Rev. Arnold has served as assistant pastor of The Lord Church, Baptist Denomination in Ettrick, Virginia. He received his calling to serve in the ministry of Jesus Christ in June 2000 under Pastor Bobby Taylor, B.T., of Rising Mount Baptist Church in Prince George, Virginia. Rev. Arnold is a graduate of Virginia State University, majoring in Bachelor of Individualized Study), specializing in manufacturing technology, and minor in military science. Dr Arnold later received his first education in ministries under Rev. Dr. Howard Moses Sr. and the late Rev. Dr. Donald Johnson Sr. at the Frederick L. Ray Biblical College. He later earned a Doctor of Biblical Exegesis under Pastor Howard Moses Sr. in 2006. Dr. Arnold is currently working toward his Master of Arts Degree in Theological Studies from Liberty Theological Seminary and Graduate School.

Sheila Arnold was born and raised in Sussex County, Virginia to the late Joseph and Mary Gregory. She had a strong desire to learn of the Lord at an early age. Sheila confessed Christ at the age of eight. She went to Sunday school and church practically every Sunday as a young girl. She always had a zeal for the Lord. She attended Sunday school and became a young adult Sunday school teacher and secretary. Sister Arnold received several biblical certificates from the Lord's Church and Frederick L. Ray Biblical College. She is also a graduate from Virginia State University, majoring in Human Services. Sheila is also working towards a Master of Arts in Human Services at Liberty University.

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