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📒The Book Of The New Covenant Of Our Lord And Saviour Jesus Christ Being A Critical Revision Of The Text And Translation Of The English Version Of The New Testament With The Aid Of Most Ancient Manuscripts Unknown To The Age In Which That Version Was Last Put Forth By Authority By Granville G Penn ✍
✏Release Date : 1836
✏Pages : 470
✏ISBN : BL:A0019761472
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏The Book of the New Covenant of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ Being a Critical Revision of the Text and Translation of the English Version of the New Testament with the Aid of Most Ancient Manuscripts Unknown to the Age in which that Version was Last Put Forth by Authority By Granville G Penn Book Summary :
📒Unveiling The New Covenant ✍ Ronald David Kosor
✏Unveiling the New Covenant Book Summary : This strong revelatory teaching asks, what are the Four Decrees and what do they have to do with the New Covenant? And why hasn't the church at large taught the Four Decrees as a basic tenet of their faith?
📒Old Covenant New Covenant ✍ Jesse Acuff
✏Old Covenant New Covenant Book Summary : Who are we, then, to tell God that he cannot suspend or abolish laws that he has enacted previously? Who are we to decide that we can tell God what laws are binding or not binding on us as Christians? Who are we to say that law and grace must go hand-in-hand under the New Covenant and that we cannot commend ourselves to God unless we mix the two? What sort of arrogance is it that says to God, despite clear evidence to the contrary in scripture, 'You cannot possibly have suspended the Old Covenant Law in order to bring in the New Covenant of grace?'So you want to be under the Law? Do you think that the Law of Moses (the Old Covenant) should be binding for Christians today? Do you believe that Christians should be slaves to the legalism fostered largely by Sabbatarians and observe the festivals, new moons, kosher food laws, sabbaths and tithing outlined in Leviticus and Deuteronomy? If you want to discover the truth, readOld Covenant-New Covenant: The Case Against Legalism.Author Jesse Acuff shows that the Old Covenant rules and regulations were only shadows of the good things to come, which pointed to Christ and his redeeming grace. He further demonstrates that Christ abrogated the Old Covenant by his death on the cross and instituted a new and better covenant. Join Jesse as he demonstrates beyond doubt that it makes far more sense to accept the New Covenant teachings originally delivered by Jesus and the Apostles than adhering to the rules and regulations of the Old Covenant, which places one in bondage and does nothing toward attaining salvation. After readingOld Covenant-New Covenant: The Case Against Legalism, you will never again come down on the side of legalism!
📒The New Covenant ✍ Watchman Nee
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✏The Holy Bible New Covenant Book Summary :
✏The New Covenant Commonly Called the New Testament of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ Book Summary :
📒The New Covenant ✍ Jimmy Swaggart
✏The New Covenant Book Summary : What Jesus Christ did at the cross is what formulated the new covenant and made it a viable force. In this revelatory book, Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart takes his readers from the law given at Mount Sinai to the grace of Calvary’s cross. Though many in the church today still see Him as the law-giver, this Bible-based book shows the Lord Jesus Christ as the forgiver of sins, the Saviour of the world, and the very person of the new covenant. Believers who dare to follow the new covenant and all of its teachings will reap God’s blessing, His favor, and everlasting victory.
📒New Covenant Morality In Paul ✍ T. J. Deidun
✏New Covenant Morality in Paul Book Summary : The present work is an exegetical and theological discussion of Pauline ethics in the light of the New Covenant theme characteristic of the self-understanding of the Pauline communities. The discussion deals with the distinctive features of Christian morality and the basic problems of Paul's ethical thought: the implications of life in the Spirit, the why and the what of Christian obligation, the indicative-imperative relationship, the nature of Christian love, the relationship between love and law in Christian morality, and the function of paraklesis and precept in Christian living. This study may serve as an introduction to Pauline ethics and theology. T. J. Deidun was born in Newport in 1943 and was educated at Ratcliffe College and Cambridge University, where he took a Double First in the Classical Tripos, specializing in ancient philosophy. He entered in the Institute of Charity in 1962 and was ordained in 1975. He did the licentiate and doctoral courses in Sacred Scripture at the Biblical Institute, Rome (1974-1979). He has lectured in New Testament at Heythrop College, University of London.
📒The New Covenant ✍ John Preston
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✏The New Covenant Torah in Jeremiah and the Law of Christ in Paul Book Summary : Original Scholarly Monograph