Please NOTE: The following two eBooks by Keith Green are ONLY available HERE, on this CD!!
The Lost Writings of Keith Green -- Keith Green was simply a man of conviction. When his convictions led him to an eternally worthy object in the person of Jesus, he sold all that he had — ambitions, possessions, and dreams — to possess His love. In so doing, he became a man of devotion. He also became a man remembered, and still missed, by millions around the world. This eBook is a small collection of his "lost" writings, those that are hard to find today. Among them are: The Catholic Chronicles in Four Parts ** Follow The Right Gospel, from "Cry In The Wilderness" ** Unity --- At What Price ?? ** What's Wrong With the Gospel? Section 1: -- "The Missing Parts" ** What's Wrong With the Gospel? Section 2: -- "The Added Parts" ** and The Selling of Jesus.
A Cry in the Wilderness, by Keith Green -- delivers twelve
bold messages from Keith Green that will stir the fire of your
passion for our Lord and Shepherd, Jesus Christ. A warning casual
reader: this book will search your heart with the power of God's
Word and the light of the Spirit. You will not be the same. Keith's
careful examinations of the life of a true disciple of Christ will give you
- the one true gospel — and false
gospels we are offered today
- the meaning of pain and problems
- the test of money and possessions
- true spiritual warfare, and escape
- the power of a servant
- prayer, and the sure pathway to God's
- zeal that is life -giving
- living joyfully under the Lordship of
- and more...
God's Ultimate Intention -- This book is an Apologetic on Christian Universalism. It takes a Philosophical, Theological look at the Old & New Testament Scriptures, when traced through the Original Languages. It examines the question, "Will God REALLY Be All-In-All??" Other names are Christian Universal Reconciliation, Restoration or Salvation .
The Collected Works of Total Love In Christ Ministries. -- This eBook contains ALL of The Collected Works of Total Love In Christ Ministries. Contained in the book are the following titles: "Will God IN FACT, be All-In-All ??", "The Love of God in Jesus Christ", "Well Done Good and Faithful Servant", "The Power and the Wisdom of God --- Christ !!", "It is for FREEDOM that Christ has Set Us Free !!", "Worship in Spirit and in Truth", "The Search for Significance -- vs. Nihilism", "SIN and the Glory of God", "The Tabernacle of David", "Those Who Wait For the Lord", "Guilt, Mercy and Forgiveness", "Jesus Is Not Nice -- But He IS God!", "The Serpent of Religion ??", "The Fantasy of Free Will", "Inexcusable Irreverence and Ingratitude", "Slavery Through 'The Fear of Death' !!", "Satan Unmasked' !!", "Hell --- Fact vs. Fable !!", "The Hope of Glory", "Children Shall Rule Over Them", "Justice --- Or the LACK Thereof !!", "Read Our Liberty Gazette Newsletter", "The Pharisee Syndrome", "The Calamities of Israel or the Jewish Problem", "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse"
Building a WEB Ministry -- the "Nuts n' Bolts" -- Please take note ---- We WILL NOT be discussing merely how to put up a WEB based bulletin board for your church, but rather a true, functional WEB ministry. There IS a big difference !! There are plenty of Christian WEB sites, but NOT all are WEB Ministries. We will be considering both the practical aspects of developing and building the actual WEB site, as well as the ongoing aspects of content and spiritual direction. As Paul said, "FIRST
came the physical and THEN the spiritual." So it shall be with this eBook.
The Collected Works of Kahlil Gibran -- (1883-1931) Every few hundred years, a blazing beacon hurls itself onto this plane called reality. On January 6, 1883, such a great light took form, blessing us with Kahlil Gibran. Through this channel were to come many famous works. This Lebanese-born poet, philosopher and artist knew from early childhood that life was more than it seemed. This eBook includes his most renowned work, "The Prophet" !!
Christ Triumphant, by Thomas Allin -- Originally published over 100 years ago, this book attempts to answer the question of questions: "Can Evil triumph finally over Good??" If we answer affirmatively with the popular creed, we are practically falling into Dualism. If we reply in the negative, we are teaching Universalism! Such are the issues involved. Men strive to save the popular creed by various modifications: by diminishing the number of the lost, by softening their torments, or by asserting their annihilation. What are all these but so many tacit confessions that men everywhere feel it impossible to maintain the creed still generally professed? This early work on universal reconciliation deals with these things, and more. Like Andrew Jukes’ RESTITUTION OF ALL THINGS, Thomas Allin’s CHRIST TRIUMPHANT includes much interesting church history.
The Collected Works of Andrew Jukes -- Andrew Jukes was a Clergyman and Writer of the 19th century. He lived from 1815-1901 in England. He is noted for his writings on Universal Reconciliation or Universal Salvation. The author, who wrote FOUR VIEWS OF CHRIST and THE LAW OF THE OFFERINGS, also penned THE RESTITUTION OF ALL THINGS, which originally took form as an extensive letter to a friend in the 1860s. This reprint brings the reader into an aspect of the author’s later ministry which may surprise some. In it he examines the Scriptures regarding the destiny of the human race.
The Collected Works of John Wesley Hanson --
John Wesley Hanson (1823–1901), born at Boston, was an American Universalist minister and a notable Universalist historian, advancing the claim that Universalism was the belief of early Christianity. In 1845 he arrived in Wentworth, New Hampshire as a Universalist minister. In the 1870s he went as a Universalist missionary to Britain, becoming the pastor of St. Paul's Universalist Church, Glasgow, Scotland. He then became minister of the Universalist New Covenant Church of Chicago, where he worked on his New Testament. He is best known for his history arguing that Universalism dominated early church thought before Augustine, "Universalism: The Prevailing Doctrine of the Christian Church" (1899), which followed Universalist Hosea Ballou's "Ancient History of Universalism" (1828).
The Collected Works of Andrew Murray -- To a greater extent than almost any other religious writer of our age, Mr Murray possessed the insight and the authority of one of the prophets of olden time. At critical moments in the history of the church, he never failed to raise his voice and to direct attention to the real issues. Those who are intimate with his career in South Africa will agree that there was no man who could rise to a great occasion like Andrew Murray. He possessed the gift of speaking, at the right season, the right and just word, of opening up the larger view and kindling the nobler emotions. This gift he exercised in his writings also.
Of the blessing which Mr Murray's writings have brought to the thousands who have purchased and presumably read them, it is impossible to speak. Scores of letters have been preserved, from correspondents all over the world, expressing the deep gratitude of the writers for spiritual benefit derived from the study of Mr Murray's volumes. Unknown persons in every quarter of the globe hail him as their spiritual father, and ascribe whatever growth their Christian life has undergone to the influence of his priceless devotional works.
The Collected Works of A.W. Tozer and Watchman Nee -- Although A. W. Tozer died in 1963, his life and spiritual legacy continue to draw many into a deeper knowledge of God. Tozer walked a path in his spiritual life that few attempt, characterized by a relentless and loving pursuit of God. He longed to know more about the Savior—how to serve and worship Him with every part of his being. Throughout his life and ministry, Tozer called believers to return to an authentic, biblical position that characterized the early church—a position of deep faith and holiness. The wondrous pursuit of God is more than a legacy. It is a way of life passed on to us that we too might experience what A. W. Tozer lived. ---- Have you begun your pursuit of God?
Watchman Nee was a native of a province in Southern China. As a young man he proved himself to be a very intelligent and promising individual. He was consistently the top student in his classes, achieving an excellent academic record. He, of course, had many youthful dreams and plans for a successful career. Nevertheless, in 1920, at the age of seventeen, he came under the hearing of the gospel and after some struggle, received Christ as his Savior and Lord. Since then, the ministry of Watchman Nee has been one of the most significant and spiritual to emerge during this century. His labors had a profound effect upon the spreading of the gospel and the establishing of hundreds of local churches throughout Asia, while his many books and spoken messages have become a rich supply to believers throughout the world. Because of his faith, Nee was imprisoned in 1952 and remained so for the last twenty years of his life.
Wholly for God, Excerpts from William Law, edited by Andrew Murray -- A few words, first of all, to let my reader know what has given rise to the publication of this volume. Last winter, Dr. Whyte of Edinburgh gave a lecture on William Law, in which he directed attention to the treasures to be found in the writings of this almost forgotten, though, as he styles him, " quite incomparable author." With many others, I owe Dr. Whyte a debt of gratitude for this introduction to one of the most powerful and suggestive writers on the Christian life it has been my privilege to become acquainted with. The present volume is a proof of my high appreciation of his teaching, and my desire to let others share with me in the profit to be derived from it.
The Collected Works of William Law -- Sidney Spencer said, "William Law holds an outstanding position among Protestant and English mystics. He was influenced by many other mystics -- He was familiar with the work of most noteworthy Christian mystics from the pseudo-Dionysius in the fifth century to Mme. Guyon in the seventeenth. "His encounter with the works of Jacob Boehme opened in him new heights of inspiration. "In his literary career, there is a blank of nine years -- between 'An Appeal to all that Doubt the Truths of the Gospel' (1740) and the first part of the 'Spirit of Prayer' (1749). It seems to have been during this period that Law undertook the systematic study of Boehme. Law's mysticism is essentially related to his understanding of religion as an inward principle, grounded in the deeper nature of the soul. The inmost centre of our being is for him, 'the spark of the soul', which is divine, and which moves us, therefore, to seek after union with God.
The Collected Works of Jacob Boehme -- Jacob Boehme, "chosen servant of God," was born in Alt Seidenburg, Germany, in 1575. John Wesley, in his day, required all of his preachers to study the writings of Jacob Boehme; and the learned theologian, Willam Law, said of him: "Jacob Boehme was not a messenger of anything new in religion, but the mystery of all that was old and true in religion and nature, was opened up to him," — "the depth of the riches, both of the wisdom and knowledge of God." At the age of twenty-five, Boehme was given another great illumination, in which the Lord let him see farther into "the heart of things, . . . the true nature of God and man, and the relationship existing between them." Ten years later "the divine order of nature" was opened up to him, and he was inspired to write what the Lord had revealed to him. This eBook contains the much sought after manuscripts, "The Clavis or 'Key' to Jacob Boehme and Aurora".
The Great Dream: The Great and Final Apostasy of Christendom Described -- An exposition on every passage in the NT that predicts or describes the state of Christendom at the end of The Church Age and BEFORE the 2nd Coming of Jesus Christ, with copious reference to the OT. Here we are at the end of this age. Most of the leaders of Christendom are proclaiming that Christendom's best days are just ahead of us. In contrast, we have the testimony of Jesus Christ and all of His Apostles that the last days would be characterized by The Great And Final Apostasy Of Christendom.
The Collected Works of Flavius Josephus -- Josephus was a priest, a soldier, and a scholar. He was born Joseph ben Mattathias in Jerusalem in 37 CE, a few years after the time of Jesus, during the time of the Roman occupation of the Jewish homeland. In his early twenties he was sent to Rome to negotiate the release of several priests held hostage by Emperor Nero. When he returned home after completing his mission he found the nation beginning a revolution against the Romans. He died circa 100 CE.
"War on the Saints" by Jessie Penn-Lewis. -- Ms. Penn-Lewis proceeds to systematically rip off the scales of deception and self-delusion that are the causes of spiritual bondage, and the effects it has on the spiritual man. Used as a practical diagnostic tool, War on the Saints identifies the many forms of spiritual deception to which every believer is susceptible, and gives practical instruction on how one may uncover such falsehoods in one's own doctrines, practices and belief systems. This is not “spiritual warfare” in the common, misused term. There is no instruction on how to cast out demons, or how to pray “properly” for the healing of the sick. On the contrary, this book focuses exclusively on the idea that spiritual warfare is very much like real, military warfare, and that we must “take back ground” that has been lost to the Adversary in our own minds, lives and congregations due to false teachings and the conclusion which have been drawn from those false teachings.
Saint Luke Evangelical School Of Biblical Studies -- can be used as a resource for Christian Ministry. The lessons in this program have been specially chosen for the earnest Bible student. The lessons provide not only a basic understanding of the Bible and it's message, but also prepare the student for a lifetime of rewarding and insightful independent Bible study. In addition, the lessons address a number of key ministry issues. Finally, the lessons on Spiritual Counseling should be of particular interest for anyone interested in this aspect of lay ministry. Completion of the lessons will result in a well rounded basis to build and lead a successful lay ministry.
New Horizon Ministry School Of Biblical Studies -- presents a 3-In-One, 44 page eBook covering studies in Training to become a Senior Minister, a Spiritual Leader, and an Evangelist. Senior Minister -- This is a 14 page study which will assist you in developing the ministry skills that you will need to minister the Word of God to the multitudes. Spiritual Leader -- This is a 12 page series on developing Spiritual Leadership. However, we will not just be talking about leadership. This series will provide you with the necessary tools and techniques required to become a respected spiritual leader in your community. Evangelist -- This 18 page study will teach you how to cross the barriers many of us face in evangelism today. You will learn the skills and methods of how to become a successful fisher of men and women.
THE BASIC BIBLE COURSE, by Gwin Turner -- I wrote The Basic Bible Course in the early 1960s to train all my church members, but especially all my volunteer teachers, in a basic overall knowledge of the Bible. It usually took six months of Sunday evenings to complete it, which means about twenty-hours of classwork.
THE PASTOR’S MANUAL, by Gwin Turner & Norma Turner
-- Special Note on your use of The Pastor’s Manual: Not only is The Pastor’s Manual written to build faith, knowledge, wisdom, and love into the pastor, but you can take the truths that are written in it, simply change the application to the believers, and preach these messages to your people. Practically every paragraph is so referenced to the Bible that you can make a full message out of it. By using The Pastor’s Manual in this way, it will furnish you a guide for years and years of preaching. (NOTE: These are .pdf books)
Training Laborers in the Harvest Leaders Edition and Training Laborers in the Harvest Student Workbook, by Evangelist Richard C. Hobbs -- Foreword by Arthur Blessitt - Welcome to the Street University! I completely endorse and recommend this course of study and inspiration. My dear friend and fellow evangelist, Ricky Hobbs, has done an excellent job. It is geared for people of all ages, nations, and cultures. The purpose is to help you become a consistent, effective, and fruitful witness for Jesus in your world. The object is to live, love, and witness in the lifestyle of Jesus our Lord. This Street University helps teach you to live a life and witness led by the Holy Spirit. The emphasis is on Jesus and others -- not a plan -- but the person of Jesus. (NOTE: These are .pdf books)
The World English Bible (WEB) -- is a Public Domain (no copyright) Modern English translation of the Holy Bible, based on the American Standard Version of the Holy Bible first published in 1901, the Biblia Hebraica Stutgartensa Old Testament, and the Greek Majority Text New Testament.
There is also a Hebrew Names Version of the World English Bible (also called the World English Bible: Messianic Edition) that is created by substituting traditional Hebrew names and phrases for equivalent Greek/English names and phrases. Although there are Hebrew versions of some names and a few differing translational choices where more than one rendition is reasonable, the meaning of the Holy Scriptures remains the same.
United States Constitution Resource Library -- This eBook is an HTML, Indexed, Hyper-Linked copy of the Constitution of the United States of America. It contains the following, and MUCH more !!
- United States Constitution
- U.S. Constitution Quick Reference
- U.S. Constitution FAQ's
- Notes On the U. S. Constitution
- Bill of Rights
- Declaration of Independence
- Articles of Confederation
- Comparing the Articles and the Constitution
- Gettysburg Address
- Emancipation Proclamation