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NEW ON TAB BAR- SHOFAR eBook

You can find my eBook posted  from July 21, 2012 to Dec. 28, 2012 in the Side Bar CategorySounding the Shofar eBook and Related Posts.  But you will have to read backwards since it is in descending order.  OR you can follow the chapter links posted on SHOFAR EBOOK on the TAB BAR.   (As of 7-16-13 I have started and will be adding all of the chapter links.)

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https://heulu.wordpress.com/2013/07/14/sounding-the-shofar-a-recap-2/  Posted 7-14-13  The reasons for my blog and eBook.

https://heulu.wordpress.com/2013/06/26/sounding-the-shofar-exhortations-for-the-end-times/  Introduction to the eBook.

TABLE OF CONTENTS OF ‘SOUNDING THE SHOFAR’ eBook

  • INTRODUCTION- Why I wrote the eBook and its purpose.
  • Chapter 1 God Is Faithful- God loves us and desires fellowship with us.
  • Chapter 2 Pleasing God- We please God by loving Him, loving His Word and obeying Him.  And He blesses us.
  • Chapter 3  The Power of God’s Word- God reveals Himself to us through His Word which builds our faith; the importance of the Word of God
  • Chapter 4  David, A Man After God’s Heart
  • Chapter 5 Worship and Praise
  • Chapter 6 Kingdom of God Mysteries
  • Chapter 7  Watchmen on the Wall
  • Chapter 8 The World and Church Today
  • Chapter 9  How God Feels About Us
  • Chapter 10 Choosing to Please God
  • Chapter 11 Thy Kingdom Come, Thy Will Be Done
  • About the Author (Read my ‘Home’ and ‘About’ in top bar)

SEE TAB BAR-  SHOFAR EBOOK

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This post can give you reasons why God gave us the Bible, His Holy Word.

Darkened Glass Reflections

All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work (2 Timothy 3:16-17, ESV).

The above passage is one of the familiar passages that we use to teach about the inspiration of Scripture. The King James Bible phrases it as “All scripture is given by inspiration of God” (hence, the theological term “divine inspiration of Scripture”), whereas the ESV translates it more literally, “breathed out by God.” The image depicts the words of the Bible being exhaled from the lips of God.

It is important that we avoid the temptation to simply focus on the fact that God breathed forth these words. Paul tells his young protegé, and us, that God breathed these words forth for a reason. God wants us to learn from His word. This learning…

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