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Jesus and the Book of Acts are the standards of Normal Christianity. Remember the fad a few years ago when people wore bracelets reminding them, “What Would Jesus Do?” Christians state that Jesus is the example of how to live, yet this has been limited in many cases to how we view our moral character. When Christians tell me that they want to live like Jesus, I like to ask if they have multiplied food, healed the sick, walked on water, raised the dead, paid their taxes with fish money, calmed storms, and so forth. I typically receive bewildered looks, but that’s what it is like to live like Jesus! Perhaps we are ignoring a large portion of what living like Jesus really includes. While I agree that we are to live like Jesus, “Those who say they live in God should live their lives as Jesus did” (1 John 2:6 NLT). I am also aware that the application of Jesus’ model has been minimized to something that can be accomplished by living a moral life. Many Christians believe that they can live like Jesus without ever operating in the supernatural. After reading in the Bible about all of the miracles He performed, does that sound right to you? (Excerpt from book)
Dr. Welton's long-awaited BCT commentary covers from the Book of Acts to the Book of Revelation. While bringing Better Covenant Theology into focus throughout the NT, there are ten foundational presuppositions that the commentary is built on.1. Quality understanding is the goal of commentary 2. The
Three new chapters and a small group study guide round out this expanded edition of an already comprehensive guide on how to see into the unseen realm! The School of the Seers is the how-to guide for seeing into the spirit realm. With the addition of three new chapters, including a small group study guide, this bestselling book is sure to
Whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy—meditate on these things (Philippians 4:8). After struggling with sexual temptation for years, author Jonathan Welton devoted
THIS TEXTBOOK IS THE DISTILLATION OF A NINETEEN-WEEK CLASS UNDERSTANDING THE WHOLE BIBLE, FROM GENESIS TO REVELATION TAUGHT BY AUTHOR AND THEOLOGIAN DR. JONATHAN WELTON.IF YOU WANT TO DEVOUR THE WORD, THIS BOOK WILL GIVE YOU THE KNIFE, FORK, AND EVEN TUCK IN
In this revised and updated edition of Raptureless, Jonathan Welton has taken a bold step in confronting one of the greatest "sacred cows” of our day: end time theology! The fear created by the expectation of a coming antichrist and a great tribulation are keeping many believers in bondage. Many believe that defeat is the future destiny of the Church.
In this book about the Bible’s most misunderstood book, Dr. Welton gives the reader profound insight and understanding, yet in his warm casual writing style. If you want to understand the ancient and mysterious book of Revelation, this is the best place to start. In this book you will learn that: Understanding Ezekiel unlocks Revelation Only
Revelation has always fascinated me. As a theologically curious seventeen-year-old, I read every Watchman Nee book I could get my hands on. Of them all, the one that most captivated my imagination was The Orthodoxy of the Church, a ninety-page work on the seven churches in Revelation 2–3. Yet when I reached the end, I felt
By far this is the most unique regarding the New Age Movement from a Christian Perspective. Jonathan Welton reveals the history of the New Age Movement from Swedenborgism to the Modern New Age, while demonstrating that each of the movements leaders originally had roots within Christianity. The New Age isn't a Christian movement,
The topic of fivefold ministry—the apostle, prophet, teacher, pastor, and evangelist appointed by Christ to equip His church (Eph. 4:11)—was central to two movements in previous decades: the Shepherding Movement in the 1970s, and the New Apostolic Reformation in the 1990s and early 2000s. While both movements saw important elements of this
For many year, Christians and non-Christians alike have struggled to reconcile the seemingly conflicting depictions of God found in the Bible. How can the legalistic punishing God of the Old Testament also be the loving Father that Jesus revealed in the New Testament? The key to answering this question lies in understanding that the
Walk in the Power of Your New Covenant Inheritance! Even though many Christ followers claim to have received the New Covenant—salvation in Jesus they are not yet experiencing the fullness of their New Covenant identity. In New Covenant Culture,
Jonathan Welton presents a Kingdom manifesto, calling every follower of Jesus into
As we move away from the legalism and heavy-handedness of religious Christianity, many New Covenant leaders have struggled with how to receive offerings on Sunday mornings. That is why this book was written. With 52 short chapters, it can be followed year-round and you can always feel prepared to take up an offering
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