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Another Book by Lance Rowe: The First Principles. A course in discipleship for all Christians
About the author:
On Sept 6, 1983, Lance Rowe surrendered his life to Jesus Christ in a motel room in Fairbault, Minnesota when God revealed His Grace through a Gideon's Bible. He and his wife Michelle are the parents of seven children and grandparents of three.
Since 1988, he and his family have traveled across America, obeying the Great Commission to Go and preach the Gospel of the Kingdom of God and to make disciples.
In 2001, Lance began an intercessory prayer walk up the Mississippi River on behalf of the Church in America, and it was on that journey that the Lord instilled a passion in him to see the Body of Christ awaken to the need to fulfill the purpose of the Great Commission.
Since 2011, he and his family have resided in Northeast Alabama, where he has become more intimately involved with personal discipleship at Cross Country Ministries Faith, Evangelism and Ministry Training Center.
A Study of the Last Days Based on Matthew 24
Lance W Rowe
There are so many voices in the world concerning end-time or last days prophecy. Who is right?
Will Christians be taken up in the rapture before the Great Tribulation, or will they have to go through it?
Who is the Beast of Revelation?
Who is the harlot who rides the Beast?
Who is the Anti Christ? Is he already here?
What happens after a Christian dies?
The Shemitah, the Blood Moons, the year of Jubilee - What do they mean for me as a Christian?
What is the Mark of the Beast?
The disciples asked Jesus Three Questions concerning the Last Days, and Jesus answered them plainly. This book is an exploration of the answers that Jesus gave pertaining to their questions.
It is a wake up call to those who profess to be Christians, and by the time the reader will have finished it, there will be a whole trail of sacred cows left dead in it's wake.
A lot of what you read will challenge doctrine that you have accepted as Truth for years.
Sometimes the foundation which we start with concerning a particular doctrine was a wrong foundation, but if we have just blindly accepted it as a fact, we will build our ideas and our doctrinal stance on that flawed foundation, not even realizing that is what we are doing.
The Christian who goes to the altar at a particular church will more than likely adopt it's eschatological doctrine without question. If he is a Baptist or a Church of God convert, he will be a dispensationalist pretribber. If he is a Lutheran, he will tend more to an amillennialist or a post millennialist position. On the other hand, a Presbyterian may tend more to a preterist position. And a host of non-denominational fellowships differ from one another in their position concerning end-times doctrine.
Christ and His teachings should be the foundation upon which we build.
- Publication Date:
- 0692539042 / 9780692539040
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 8.5" x 11"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Religion / Eschatology