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Jesus in the Now by Peter Smythe

Jesus in the Now

by Peter Smythe

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There are three things that strengthen the believer's faith. First is a knowledge of Jesus' mission to save the world, the facts and spiritual backdrop behind his death, burial, and resurrection. The second is the believer's knowledge of who he is in Christ, the depths and heights of what God has afforded the believer through Christ. Last is the believer's knowledge of Jesus' present-day ministry, what he is doing in the world and in the church today. The vast majority of Christian books deal with Jesus' mission. Few, if any, deal with the believer's position in Christ or Jesus' ministry. This little book focuses on what the scriptures have to say about what Jesus is doing in the here and now in his various roles as high priest of the new covenant, our mediator, our advocate, our intercessor, and more.

For the Spiritually Mature
The vast majority of Christian books are geared to those who haven't matured spiritually. This one isn't. It's written specifically for those who have moved beyond the rudimentary principles of Christ, and who hunger for a deeper walk with an active Lord.

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Written in a condensed style, the writer focuses on the text of the scriptures and on the experiences of the apostles.

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We encourage you to click to look inside to read the table of contents and the first few pages of the book.

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At 9282 words, it's an easy read on your smart phone or iPad, as well as your Kindle. It's also available on paperback with generous margins for notes and highlighting.

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