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by Peter Jeffery

eBook The Cross: The Reality of the Cross for Today download ISBN: 0852346425
Author: Peter Jeffery
Publisher: EP BOOKS (March 1, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 106
ePub: 1771 kb
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Rating: 4.2
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Category: Religious
Subcategory: New Age and Spirituality

Now retired, Peter Jeffery has been preaching for more than 50 years.

An affirmation of the cross as part of God's will and purpose for the world  . Now retired, Peter Jeffery has been preaching for more than 50 years. Many of his works focus on new Christians, the foundations of faith, evangelism and salvation. The Trust has published his titles, Windows of Truth, and Stepping-Stones: A New Testament Guide for Beginners (the latter also in Spanish – De Piedra en Piedra). The death of Jesus, both with regard to its manner and its purpose, was set and determined by God himself. It wasn't a last-minute adjustment to a plan that was going wrong. The death of Jesus on the cross was so meticulously planned by God that, over a period of thousands of years, he alludes to it, and shows us it's going to happen - so that when it does, at last, take place, there should be no doubt as to its meaning. As all this is true; then we had better take it seriously! Hulse, Erroll. The Doctrine and Practice of Holiness (Hulse).

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Roadside Crosses is a gripping story peopled with memorable characters. Jeffery Deaver is grand master of the ticking-clock thriller. Kathy Reichs, New York Times bestselling author of 206 Bones "The techno-savvy Deaver is too much the master gamesman to scold anyone else for a little excessive play, and in some brilliant plot maneuvers he counters every warning about warrior bloggers and glassy-eyed gamers with well-reasoned arguments in their defense.

Peter Jeffery was born in 1937 and became a Christian in 1955 at the age of 17. He spent a day with a group of Christians and in the morning stated to his future wife, Lorna, "I will never become a Christian". By that afternoon, Peter was a new creation. Peter married Lorna at age 21 and they had their first child at age 23. Nine days later the baby died of Spina bifida. Though Peter had been preaching since he was 18, this incident was used by God to call Peter into His service.

Time on the Cross: The Economics of American Negro Slavery (1974) is a book by the economists Robert Fogel and Stanley L. Engerman

Time on the Cross: The Economics of American Negro Slavery (1974) is a book by the economists Robert Fogel and Stanley L. Engerman. Asserting that slavery was an economically viable institution that had some benefits for African Americans, the book was reprinted in 1995 at its twentieth anniversary.

The epoch of Peter the Great is usually associated in collective consciousness with colossal reforms in the administrative sphere, birth of the regular army and navy, victories in the Great Northern War and transformation of the Russian society lifestyle

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An affirmation of the cross as part of God's will and purpose for the world.

The death of Jesus, both with regard to its manner and its purpose, was set and determined by God himself. It wasn't a last-minute adjustment to a plan that was going wrong. It always was the plan as the many references and allusions to the cross in the Old Testament make very clear.

To the Christian, this is a thrilling truth because it puts our salvation at the heart of God's will and purpose for this world. For the unbeliever, it reveals the folly of rejecting, not merely a doctrine, but the set plan of almighty God. The death of Jesus on the cross was so meticulously planned by God that, over a period of thousands of years, he alludes to it, and shows us it's going to happen - so that when it does, at last, take place, there should be no doubt as to its meaning. As all this is true; then we had better take it seriously!