Spotlights from God’s Word the warning against clinging to the “divers baptisms” and sets forth the blessedness of being submerged into the Lord Jesus Christ by the one great baptism.
After…is the title of this CD of 14 songs that have been sung at conferences and services over the last 20 plus years by David Wasson. The title song “After” was sung by Brother Wasson at Pastor Stam’s memorial service in Chicago. The remaining 13 songs are songs about living life and the assurance of eternal life…about the very real love, mercy and grace offered to you and to me…about God’s providential care for us…about our position in Christ and our song of redemption that even the angels cannot sing! Songs “to the praise of the glory of His grace!” After life’s battles and storms, the last song on this CD is so fittingly titled “Finally Home!” This CD is dedicated to the ministry and loving memory of my parents, Pastor Otis and Ethel Wasson.
A great contribution to studies in Daniel, written from a premillenial, dispensational perspective. Scholarship is combined with a spiritual emphasis to bring to bear God’s great plan of the ages on the lives of believers today. A unique chapter-by-chapter commentary, full of insights for pastors, teachers, and Bible students.
Includes Scripture Index
Congo Flashbacks is a memoirs book about Chris and Edna Egemeier. He states:” The reason for writing these memoirs is first and foremost to glorify God. Whatever Edna andI were able to accomplish as missionaries in Africa during those long years must be attributed to the work God performed in and through us. We were merely instruments in His hands. He saw fit to use us, imperfect as we were. Read Congo Flashbacks and catch the joy of a man who has lived to the fullest the life God has given him.
Isaiah has been called the “greatest of all Old Testament prophets.” Concepts concerning the suffering Savior, the Last Days, the Great Tribulation, and the Millennial Kingdom are all contained in its 66 unique chapters. Isaiah flows with warnings and judgments, history, comfort and salvation.
In this commentary, Harry Bultema is careful to place each scene in its proper eschatological position. Writing from a premillenial and pre-tribulation viewpoint he unfolds the book of Isaiah in a spiritual, scholarly manner. His chapter-by-chapter commentary pays worthy tribute to one of the great prophetic books in the Scriptures.