Top Secret Mission: Prime Directive from the Commander-in-chief of All the Forces in the Kingdom of God

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Traillblazer Bookshop, 2010 - Mission of the church - 372 pages
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This book is not to be taken lightly as the information contained herein is of a highly volatile nature.

Recommendation is, “do not go any further if you want to stay ignorant of what is taking place around you.”

Do not study the information contained herein, as your life will be in danger, your homeland will be under attack, and also your life may be in danger of change.

This book will not self-destruct, if you choose to put it down. Do not feel condemned, as you may not be ready for this mission. This book will remain in its integrity and someone else may find it and read it.

Heavens above! You may even become brave and come back to read it yourself.

 

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Contents

Section One
21
Chapter Three
35
Chapter Four
53
Chapter Six
73
Lords return fulfilling the Fathers Business
90
Conclusion of the Fathers business
111
Section Two
115
Chapter Eight
133
Chapter Fifteen
209
Chapter Sixteen
231
Section Four
241
Chapter Nineteen
263
Chapter Twenty
271
Chapter Twentyone
285
Section Five
293
Chapter Twentythree
323

Chapter Nine
157
Chapter Twelve
177
Chapter Thirteen
197

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About the author (2010)

Dr. Ian Traill D.Min is a missionary to China where he has been for the past 15 years.

Previously he had planted a Church in Daylesford, Victoria, Australia and now he is involved in planting Churches in China and developing Traillblazer, Tony Smits Bible College throughout the nation.

Arriving in August 2000 to take up a position teaching English at Universities and Colleges, working as a "tentmakers" ministry, he has been conducting Bible classes and training people in the area of leadership with the view of them starting their own home church. Ian has a strong desire to bring teaching to the people, thus he has written many books.

A missionary is one who is sent to cross over geographic and cross-cultural boundaries to plant the Word of God and a local church, thus establishing God’s culture in a new location. The Gospel of John clearly portrays Jesus as fulfilling the ministry of a missionary sent from God (John 3:17-34, 4:34, 5:23, 5:36-38, 6:29-57, 7:16-33, 8:16-42, 9:4, 10:36, 11:42, 12:44-49, and13:20). Jesus Christ came as a missionary to this world to save us, but non-Christians reading His story in a newspaper at that time, would say that He was a failure. We, of course, are aware He did not fail. It is because of His mission that we are here today, and it was through someone else that we heard about Jesus too. Faith comes by hearing the Word, but if there is no preacher how can people hear? So we are going to all nations.

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