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The Greatest of All the Prophets

by Russell R. Standish

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0923309438, Paperback)

The claimed errors of Scripture and the Spirit of Prophecy are examined in detail and refuted. The book sets forth the inerrant, infallible character of God-inspired messages. It establishes our faith, essential for those who love and trust God and truly desire salvation. It sets forth and exposes the fearful sophistries which are deceiving God s people today. This is a book for every church leader, theologian, pastor, elder and member. It is a book for its time. Ecumenism is now substituted for the preaching of the Three Angles Messages. Sabbath deseration has replaced God's holy day. The sanctuary message is denied or at best spurned. Secular education is offered in place of Christian education. The health message is largley ignored. The prophecies of Daniel & Revelations are distorted. Obedience to God's law is set forth as an impossibility. Worship services frequently blaspheme our God. Sport & entertainment replace earnest study on the Word. Our youth magazines have reached an appalling low. The blessed hope of Christ's Second Coming is scarcely mentioned, let alone the necessity of character perfection as a requiredment for readiness. Ploitical considerations, rather than the possession of godliness of charator, now dominate our selection of church leaders. In short, at every level of our beloved church, worldwide, the Omega of Apostasy is dominant.

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