This series of studies is designed to teach someone the Three Angels messages of the Bible. Each study is based around a chart that allows each subject to be presented visually.
It contains a collection of 55 charts, 34 studies and training manual and is Fully illustrated.
This resources is used by many Bible students around the world to share the gospel. It took several years to develop this resource and now is freely available for you to download
Identity Wars is a journey of self-discovery. It is an invitation to learn of your value in a purely relational context.
Our lives are bombarded with a constant drone of messages telling us that success only comes from proving to ourselves and the world that we have what it takes, that we have the right stuff. It is a system that teaches us to only feel valuable and important when we achieve and perform to a certain standard. The results of this system are in and the evidence is not good. Millions are depressed and 100's of people a day ending their lives in despair.
I invite you to learn the true nature of the war we are in - an identity war of what defines our value and worth. The stakes are high because it is life and death. This book contains my journey and the principles I learnt along the way. Freedom is a relative thing but this book documents my road to freedom.
Deep in the heart of each human being is the need to feel secure in their sense of worth. Everything we do in life is influenced by our beliefs in where our value comes from. In this book, you’ll find the Biblical view of where our worth comes from, with a focus on the role that family relationships play when it comes to establishing our sense of value. You’ll be taken on journey along the history of humanity to learn the contrast between God’s family kingdom, where each member is secure in their sense of worth, and Satan’s family kingdom, where each individual strives to secure their own sense of worth. The insights from this book are bound to change your life, as they provide clarity on your own family relationships, and a clearer understanding of God and His Son.
At a time when I was going through a deep personal crisis, I began to search specifically for quotes from Ellen G. White on God's love and care to comfort me. I collected them and over some time they became more and more.
With echoes of the Sanctuary, Song of Solomon and Pilgrim's Progress, trace one man's journey through obstacle, trial and challenge, to discover, sell all, and fall in love with Jesus, the Son of the Father.
Ellen White prayed these beautiful words
Oh God, I can do nothing. I hang my helpless soul on Thee, Jesus Christ my Saviour. Put Thy grace into my heart. Attract my mind from my weakness to Thy almighty strength, from my ignorance to Thy eternal wisdom, from my frailty to Thy enduring might. Give me correct views of the great plan of redemption. Let me see and understand what Christ is to me, and that my heart, soul, mind, and strength are bought with a price. Christ has imparted to me that I may impart to others. Lift up my soul; strengthen and enlighten my mind that I may comprehend more clearly the character of God as revealed in Jesus Christ, that I may know that it is my privilege to be a partaker of the divine nature. The great and eternal power of God fills my mind with awe, and sometimes even terror.... May I indeed look upon Jesus, full of goodness and compassion and love, and behold the Lord God, and call Him by the endearing name of Father. The deep struggles of my own soul against temptations, the earnest longings of my mind and heart to know God and Jesus Christ as my personal Saviour, and to have assurance, peace, and rest in their love, lead me to desire every day to be where the beams of the Sun of Righteousness can shine upon me. Our High Calling Page 146
As you read and meditate on the themes in this book may it become our prayer as well.
An excellent little book explaining the central issues in the 1888 controversy within the Adventist Movement.
The subject of the covenants plays a central role in understanding righteousness by faith. When the covenants are understood as personal experiences texts like Rom 5:20 open up to a clearer understanding of how the law of God is indeed our school master to bring us to Christ.
Every thoughtful Christian needs to read and understand the contents of this book.
A history of how the Trinity was introduced to the Seventh-day Adventist Church by Margaretha Tierney
This book was originally written to address the specific situation of the church community. How does a person deal with personal conviction that leads in a different direction to the leaders of that community? The western mind is trained to think in a completely egalitarian way and takes no thought as to how leaders should be approached except with suspision and contempt. This book reveals Biblical principles of how to appeal to authority in the church and avoid the curses that come to all those who seek the short and easy path in dealing with such matters.
This was a ground breaking document in understanding the everlasting gospel. It contains a response to George Bulter's presentation on the law in Galatians. The logic sequence of this document is vital to grasping the core issues in the 1888 conflict. The booklet takes effort to digest and grasp its central themes but the rewards are great. I highly recommend this book.
The Return of Elijah is taken from Malachi 4:5,6
Mal 4:5-6 Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the LORD: (6) And he shall turn the heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart of the children to their fathers, lest I come and smite the earth with a curse.
The turning of hearts within families suggests the coming of a message that will restore the relational structures of families. Positions of headhip and submission are clearly understood and for each person in the family and what is the basis of this transformation? Fear God and give glory to Him. In the worship of the true God is the key to family and community transformation.
This book was written to the leadership of the Seventh-day Adventist church in Australia with an earnest desire to show that the foundations of our movement were not laid in gross darkness but in blazing light.
A carefully documented history of the the doctrinal war of the Begotten Son that began in heaven and then came to Christianity and the the Adventist Church.
The book is in five parts and presented in Magazine format. I highly recommend this volume.