From The Cross To Pentecost

Author: T.D. Jakes
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439195013
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New York Times bestselling author T.D. Jakes explores the importance of Christ’s death on the cross and the importance of the Holy Spirit which gives power, anoints believers, and yields joy. In his new book From the Cross to the Pentecost, New York Times bestselling author T.D. Jakes explores the importance of Christ’s sacrifice on the cross and emphasizes the power of the Holy Spirit in Christians’ lives. The ultimate result of Jesus’ death on the cross sealed the disconnect created by Adam’s fall in the Garden of Eden and reconnected the cord between God and humanity through the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. God’s gift of the Holy Spirit not only gives us power but anoints us to be witnesses for Him. God has something glorious for every one of us who believes and receives it. The relationship with the Holy Spirit empowers us to serve with joy!

From The Cross To Pentecost

Author: T.D. Jakes
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1847379869
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In his new book FROM THE CROSS TO PENTECOST, New York Times bestselling author T.D. Jakes explores the importance of Christ's sacrifice on the cross and emphasizes the power of the Holy Spirit in Christians' lives. The ultimate result of Jesus's death on the cross sealed the disconnect created by Adam's fall in the Garden of Eden and reconnected the cord between God and humanity through the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. God's gift of the Holy Spirit not only gives us power but anoints us to be witnesses for Him. God has something glorious for every one of us who believes. The relationship with the Holy Spirit empowers us to serve with joy.

The Birth Of The New Testament Church

Author: Sr. Dr Daniel W. Cowans
Publisher: Guardian Books
ISBN: 9781460007143
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When Jesus Christ bowed His head on the cross and declared, "It is finished," this was inclusive of the purpose of His suffering, redemption of the world, and the giving of birth to the New Testament church. Therefore, it defies reason to say that the church was born on Pentecost, rather than on the cross, when Pentecost was fifty days after the crucifixion where His work was finished. This book is intended to clarify much of the controversy and to give a better understanding of the promise and process of the birth of the New Testament church. From beginning to end, this book deals expressly with the Christ, the cross, and the church. Dr. Daniel Cowans is Pastor at the Bibleway Church of God in Christ, Toronto; Founder of The Bibleway Institute of Christian Counselling and Theological Studies; a former lecturer at California State Christian University and Victory Bible College in Calgary, AB; and a professor and an accredited affiliate with Mount Olive Bible Institute and Seminary in New York. Dr. Cowans' credentials include: Doctor of Christian Counselling and Psychology (DCC), Canada Christian College PhD, California State Christian University, Los Angeles, California Doctor of Ministry (DMin), Honorary, Mount Olive Bible Institute and Seminary, New York Doctor of Pastoral Counselling (DPC), Honorary Doctor of Divinity (DD), Honorary Dr. Cowans lives in Toronto with his wife, Pauline. They have four children.

From The Cross To Pentecost

Author: Marvin Robertson
Publisher: WestBowPress
ISBN: 1490829695
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What did the apostles do between Passover and Pentecost to deal with the death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus? How did they change from fearful and confused to fearless upon the arrival of the Holy Spirit? Learn about Jesus and His family, friends, and followers and discover how they reacted to miracles by one they had known from their youth in Galilee.

From Pentecost To Patmos

Author: Craig L. Blomberg
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 0805432485
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A companion to "Jesus and the Gospels," Blomberg's ECPA Gold Medallion winner, "From Pentecost to Patmos "introduces serious Bible students to the depths of information found in Acts through Revelation.

Before You Do

Author: T.D. Jakes
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1471104486
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In his new book Before You Do, bestselling author Bishop T.D. Jakes turns his attention from repositioning yourself for a life without limits to cultivating relationships in the best way possible with the most important people in your life: parents, children, spouses and others who are your most beloved and in need of your support. As one of America's most trusted advisors, counsellors, and pastors, Jakes teaches us what to do before we: propose marriage; consider divorce; send our children off to school; put our elders into assisted living situations or other treatment facilities, and so many more major steps each of us are faced with taking at some point in life. He uses the lessons he has learned from his own marriage and family life as well as others to encourage and inspire people to give and receive the greatest love possible.

From The Kippah To The Cross

Author: Jean-Marie Élie Setbon
Publisher: Ignatius Press
ISBN: 1621640183
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Jean-Marie Élie Setbon, the son of non-observant French Jews, was first attracted to Jesus when he saw a crucifix at a young age. He hid a crucifix in his room and contemplated it often, even though he knew his family would be hurt and angry if they ever caught him. Seeing the Basilica of Sacré-Coeur from his apartment window, he was drawn to the church, where he found himself powerfully pulled toward Jesus in the Eucharist. After several years of surreptitiously attending Mass, he resolved to convert to Catholicism in spite of the scandal it would cause, but God had other plans. Upon graduation from secondary school, Jean-Marie moved to Israel to delve deeper into the faith of his ancestors. He lived in kibbutzim, learned about the history and religion of his people, served in the Israeli Army, and attended two different rabbinical schools. Eight years later he returned to France as an ultra-Orthodox Jew. While teaching in a Jewish school, Jean-Marie married a woman who shared his faith, and together they began raising a family; yet his yearning for Jesus remained, becoming the source of a long and difficult internal struggle. Jean-Marie’s moving and unusual conversion story is about his battle between loyalty to his identity and fidelity to the deepest desires of his heart. Above all, it is a love story between Christ, the Lover—the relentless yet patient pursuer—and man, his beloved.