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text 2020-09-24 03:13
Pastor Che Ahn - Equipping the Saints Promo

Pastor Ché Ahn - Equipping the Saints (Promo)

 

In 1984 Ché Ahn was called by God to Los Angeles to see a Great Harvest. He believes that we are in a day and age where every medium is necessary for the Church to carry out this passionate pursuit of the Gospel, and to see God’s people equipped. After much prayer and being led by the Holy Spirit, Ché has chosen 12 powerfully anointed leaders in their sphere of influence to join him on his new TV show, Equipping the Saints with Ché Ahn—premiering Tuesday, July 28 on GOD TV! Tune in weekly to hear stories of signs and wonders, receive biblically sound teachings and powerful insights on a variety of topics, ranging from the prophetic, business, family, education, government and more.

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Ché Ahn Website | https://cheahn.org/

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text 2020-06-14 20:22
Reading progress update: I've read 385 out of 385 pages.
Wicked Saints (Something Dark and Holy #1) - Emily A. Duncan

While I was confused most of the book I still enjoyed it . Full review to come 

 

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text 2020-05-11 13:47
Reading progress update: I've read 149 out of 385 pages.
Wicked Saints (Something Dark and Holy #1) - Emily A. Duncan

I'm reading super slow the last couple weeks, maybe a chapter or two a day. Oh well. I still really enjoying this Turtle slow gif 1 » GIF Images Download

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text 2020-05-05 14:20
Reading progress update: I've read 75 out of 385 pages.
Wicked Saints (Something Dark and Holy #1) - Emily A. Duncan

I really like it so far ... but I have a hard time with the names to be honest which slows down my reading :p 
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review 2020-02-26 01:24
Onward and Upward!
Saints: Becoming More Than "Christians" - Bevere, Addison

I'll be honest, when I first saw the cover of "Saints", I made the assumption that it would be a compendium of revered figures in Church history. Then I saw the subtitle, "Becoming More Than 'Christians'", and decided to investigate further. I was sufficiently intrigued to request it for review, and I am glad that I did! Rather than a tedious monologue, I discovered an engaging and stimulating call to return to our first love, Jesus. 

With "Saints", Addison Bevere sets forth a timely exegesis of what that term actually means within the Bible's context and how we can and should strive to apply it to our lives so that it becomes ingrained into our identity. As Bevere explains, saints are those who have faith in Christ and are in a continually-deepening relationship with God through Him; "a saint is someone who brings a future reality into the present." As a language buff, I appreciate how he expounds upon the semantics of the Bible's use of the term "saints" over "Christians." Furthermore, I find his open acknowledgement and explanation of seemingly contradictory facts or statements in certain Bible passages, such as those relating to fearing the Lord and also not being afraid, wise; as such, I would recommend this book to nonbelievers, especially those with an agnostic bent. 

Bevere is in tune with today's society and its Gospel needs, accurately pinpointing some of the most prominent areas of spiritual dearth and pointing readers toward the source of abundance: Jesus. He makes it clear that while nothing can separate us from God's love (Romans 8:38-39), we can separate ourselves from God's grace because “Pride is the grace blocker.” I love how he progresses from the Old Testament to the New Testament because so many focus only on Jesus in the New Testament. "Saints" is truly where the rubber meets the road of our faith journey, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to take their faith in Christ to the next level. Onward and upward! 


I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell and was under no obligation to post a positive review. All opinions are my own.

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