Kingdom. Power. Glory. Dominion. Delusion? At this very moment, millions of professing Christians are joining with millions of other believers to promote peace and reconciliation across the country and around the globe. These pragmatic, purpose-driven churches and organizations are uniting for the ecumenical common good to eliminate poverty, ...
Kingdom. Power. Glory. Dominion. Delusion? At this very moment, millions of professing Christians are joining with millions of other believers to promote peace and reconciliation across the country and around the globe. These pragmatic, purpose-driven churches and organizations are uniting for the ecumenical common good to eliminate poverty, eradicate disease, and save the earth from political and environmental disaster--all in the name of advancing God's kingdom on earth. But are all of these good works derived from a biblical blueprint for humanity? Or are these well-meaning workers building a house on foundations of sand? Many of these faithful individuals and groups are laboring to restore America to a faith, freedom, and prosperity that they believe is biblical. Meanwhile, what the Bible says about the future of humanity--and the earth itself--is ignored in the name of tolerance, love, and non-judgmentalism. This raises a grave concern: Are any of these kingdom-building efforts bringing eternal life and salvation to the lost? Or are millions of professing Christians merely befriending the world in ways that create enmity with God? Furthermore, is the great commission of the church being compromised by ignoring the clear and unmistakable road map in Scripture concerning End Times events, including Christ's catching up of the saints? Does it really matter what one believes about the Rapture in these increasingly perilous times? If you seek to understand current church trends in the light of God's revealed and perfect Word, you'll find this easy-to-read volume both helpful and heart-pricking concerning the true state of the church today. In the process, you'll discover that what you believe about controversial Last Days doctrines should indeed impact the direction and focus of our daily Christian walk--encouraging and equipping us to redeem the time.
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