The Organic Gospel

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Remnant Publishing House, May 10, 2015 - Religion - 132 pages
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What if you realized that the Gospel of Jesus Christ is not centrally focused on “doing” the will of God, but “becoming” the will of God?

What if God’s word is sown as seed in your heart, conceiving the nature of Jesus Christ within so that this new nature can be organically grown
out of you, transforming you into the image of Christ by the Holy Ghost?

Read The Organic Gospel and finally understand what salvation is really about...maybe for the first time in your life.


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This book and Pastor Gary Price have been a life changing impact on how I see the gospel and Gods plan of salvation. I recommend it to any and everybody. You can literally read this book continually and gain continuos revelation and growth. Pick up your copy as soon as possible!


Meet the Authors
Chapter 1 In The Beginning God
You Reap What You Sow
The Womans Seed The Serpents Seed
Chapter 2 The Two Are Contrary One to the Other
Separating the Wheat from the Tares
Except A Seed Die
A Godly Seed
Chapter 5 Break Up Your Fallow Ground
Your Fruit Should Remain
Chapter 6 Transplanted for New Life
The Axe is Laid to the Root
A Pruning

Chapter 3 Seed Sown Amongst the Thorns
Defiled Fruit
Chapter 4 Incorruptible Seed
The Seed is the Word of God
You Shall Know Them by Their Fruit
Organic Growth vs Organized Flesh
A Vine Out of Egypt
The Fruit of Love
The Harvest is Ripe
Aarons Rod Budding

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About the author (2015)

Gary C. Price
Pastor Gary C. Price is the Senior Pastor of Omega Church and Ministries Center located in Atlanta, Georgia. He has been ministering to the Body of Christ under an anointing that deals specifically with the bondage of the inner-man.

Pastor Price believes that the present day Church has lost the vision that Jesus Christ imparted to the Apostles before He departed to be enthroned with His Father. He also believes that the Church must be brought to repentance and humility through self denial in order for God to move in these last days. When listening to his words many have received the revelations of a prophetic voice calling the Church back to patriarchal authority and obedience to the Holy Spirit.

His ministry began in 1984 after God prophetically called him to remove barriers that Satan has constructed to separate God from His people. The main barrier to be removed, he believes, is religious bondage to man-centered organizations. He has diligently sought the Lord for guidance on how to go about initiating the end-time deliverances to set the Body of Christ free.

Maisha Hunter
Maisha Hunter is a wife and mother of three who writes regularly for The Latter Days Ministry blog. She also spent 10 years as co-owner of the Christian publishing company, Remnant Publishing House.

Raised as a devout Roman Catholic, Maisha committed herself to participating in the sacraments and being an active parishioner. Yet all of these religious works gave her no power to cease from sin and brought her no closer to truly knowing the Lord.

Tired of the hypocrisy and perversion in her own life and in the Catholic Church at large, she cried out in desperation to the Lord and said, “If this is the Church, then I am better off in the world. God, if you are real then I am asking you to reveal yourself to me. If you don’t, then I might just stop believing altogether.” God answered her prayer.

The Lord led her to purchase a Bible as well as other resources, and the Holy Spirit began to open her eyes to His word as she began to study the Scriptures. Since that time, Jesus has taken her on a journey to learn the difference between bondage to religion versus liberty through relationship with Him. Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty. 

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