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HOW STANDING BEFORE CHRIST

CAN BE OUR MOST GLORIOUS MOMENT


The topic of the Judgment Seat of Christ is often neglected by today’s modern church.

“For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ

that each one may receive the things done in the body,

according to what he has done, whether good or bad” (2 Corinthians 5:10).

The salvation of the soul is probably one of the most misunderstood concepts in the Church today. Most people think that the salvation of the spirit and the salvation of the soul are the same thing even though the Scriptures tell us something different.

When Jesus returns, He will review all of our lives to determine whether we have been faithful and obedient doers of His Word.

The purpose of this book is to help believers examine their lives and assist them in becoming faithful overcomers who will be qualified to rule and reign with Christ in the coming Kingdom.  After we have experienced the salvation of our spirit, it is imperative that we allow the Word of God to sanctify us completely in order to realize the salvation of our soul.

Now may the God of peace Himself sanctify you completely; and may your whole spirit, soul, and body be preserved blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. (1Th 5:23)

This book will prepare you so that you will be able to hear Christ say:

“Well done, good and faithful servant….Enter into the joy of your lord” (Matthew 25:21).

 

Supplemental Articles for Salvation of the Soul

Well Done by The Afters

Christ Our Advocate by Charles G. Finney

Esau’s Choice

Seek First His Kingdom

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Come Away My Beloved

An Interpretation of  the Song of Solomon

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God placed the Song of Solomon in the heart of the Bible for a special reason.  Come Away My Beloved helps reveal that reason in a most enchanting way. In this devotional commentary on the Song of Songs you will realize why this ancient love story has perplexed Bible students and commentators down through the ages.

Find out the prophetic importance veiled within the Song’s poetic imagery and experience a renewed love for the Lord as you explore one of the most passionate love stories of all time. Witness the wonderful joys of romance and devotion shared by two young lovers. Discover enduring lessons of virtue and faithfulness, and learn amazing truths that have been hidden within the greatest love Song ever written.

Written almost 3,000 years ago this brilliant Song of love reflects God’s desire for every man and woman; not only in their present lives but also in their relationship with Him. This book will revive your heart with a fervent love for your Saviour.  It will also help you prepare for your glorious wedding day when Jesus returns for His devoted bride.

Allow this beautiful story of love and passion to ignite a flame in your heart and let this inspirational Song arouse your heart to join in the impassioned cry with the rest of the bride: “Make haste, my beloved, and come quickly…”

 

Supplemental Articles for Come Away My Beloved

Charts for the Appendix

Appendix 1 Chart

Appendix 3 Chart

Christian D. Ginsburg Commentary

Ginsburg Commentary – Sgs 1-1 to 5-1

Ginsburg Commentary – Sgs 5-2 to 8-14

“You had me at hello…”

Upon seeing his lovely bride-to-be for the first time (after a brief separation), the beloved shepherd tells her, “You have captivated my heart with one glance of your eyes, with one jewel from your necklace” (Sgs 4:9 – ESV).

The passionate emotion the young shepherd must have experienced upon seeing the love of his life was partially captured in the famous, modern-day love scene in the 1996 film Jerry Maguire.  Those familiar with the movie will recall Dorothy’s well-known line, “You had me at hello.”  In this scene, actress Renée Zellweger vividly portrays the instantaneous fervor the young shepherd must have felt with just one look from his beloved.

Dorothy’s passion for her returning husband is mirrored in the shepherd’s emboldened heart with just one glance from her eyes.  The following brief YouTube video clip of this memorable scene captures those emotions.

You had me at hello…