The Fall of Christendom and the Separation of the Remnant

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About the author:
Frank McEleny was born and raised in Greenock, Scotland. He gave his life to Jesus at the age of 27. He attended Bible School in the United States and was ordained in 2014. He writes for "A Call to the Remnant," and has published over 700 articles in the last several years. He was the moderator of a national prayer call for revival for two years and has been involved in various aspects of the revival ministry. He has helped moderate revival conferences and also has been a prayer co-ordinator. He initiated and helped organize the Greenock Revival Conference in 2008. He is also a published poet, publishing one hundred and fifty poems in the book entitled " A Poem for Every Psalm." He also writes hymns and songs, many of the songs have been recorded. His website is www.acalltotheremnant.com. He currently lives with his wife and mentally handicapped son in Kansas where he has lived for more than twenty year.

The Fall of Christendom and the Separation of the Remnant
 

Are you part of God's remnant?

Authored by Mr Frank McEleny
Edition: 1

What is Christendom? Everything that calls itself by the name of Jesus. Every church, every denomination every institution. Now this is not to be confused with the Body of Christ. The Body of Christ consists of every genuine saint on the earth, scattered among over 40,000 denominations and non-denominational entities. In these last days as darkness falls and institutions compromise the Word of God , the Body of Christ has come to a cross-roads. Will it remain within these man made entities? In all good conscience can you? Maybe you are struggling with that issue right now? You are not alone. There is a remnant Body of Christ out there. God knows. Everything that can be shaken is being shaken. Will you stand in this evil day?


Publication Date:
2015-05-22
ISBN/EAN13:
1500177733 / 9781500177737
Page Count:
122
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Religion / General




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