Monthly Archives: May 2016

How to Have Fellowship With God by Dr. J. Vernon McGee

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How can sinners possibly have fellowship with a holy God? Man has tried three ways – two of which are wrong and one that leads to wonderful, sweet fellowship with God the Father. Based upon the writing of 1 John 1.

Each and every one of us sees the sinner – God fellowship debacle differently; however, this little ebook can clarify things with respect to the biblical perspective. A philosophy of Love the sinner and hate the sin has been prevalent with me and many others.

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Doc Murf

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From the Top of the Mount of Olives You Can See Forever by Dr. J. Vernon McGee

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Exposition of the Olivet Discourse, which is the name given to the orderly and extended teaching given by Jesus Christ on the Mount of Olives. His subject is the end times. This discourse is recorded in Matthew 24:1 – 25:46. Parallel passages are found in Mark 13:1-37 and Luke 21:5-36. The record in Matthew is the most extensive, so reference here will be to Matthew’s Gospel. Jesus answers His disciples’ questions concerning the last days: 1) “When shall these things be?” 2)”What shall be the sign of thy coming and 3) of the end of the age?”

I found this 3booklet to be very interesting and, to one degree, enlightening to things I had not been aware of or others not considered. All of Dr. McGee’s works are worth the time to read, as most of them are short ebooks of 20 +/- pages long.

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Evolution and You (or Why God Hated Esau) by Dr. J. Vernon McGee

The rejection of God’s revelation and the acceptance of the theory of evolution as a fact of science was the great delusion of the twentieth century. Pride is the attitude of those who declare their independence from God.

Dr. McGee takes us through the Book of Obadiah and the rejection of God and his revelation. Perhaps a better understanding will be gleaned about Esau and why God hated him.

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When God Became Man by Dr. J. Vernon McGee

A novel exposition of the key verses of John 1, presenting Jesus Christ, Creator and Sustainer of the universe, who came out of eternity to be our Savior and left the fingerprints of the Trinity everywhere.

Dr. McGee guides us on a path to understanding of how and why God became a man. Primarily geared toward understanding the First Epistle of John.

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Faith + 0 = Salvation by Dr. J. Vernon McGee

God has a place to take away sins, but it’s not the Law. It’s Christ who paid the penalty for your sin. It’s your faith in Him that saves you; nothing else can.

This is an eye opening view of how works cannot get you to heaven or saved. It is strictly by the grace of God!

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Jonah: Dead or Alive? by Dr. J. Vernon McGee

Jonah

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Jonah is the book of the Bible which perhaps has been criticized more than any other. Unfortunately, many Christians thoughtlessly cast aspersions upon this important book in the canon of Scripture without realizing that they are playing into the hands of the critics and innocently becoming the dupes of the skeptics. You hear even Christians say, when they hear a tall story, “My, that’s a Jonah!” What they really mean is that it is something that is hard, or maybe even impossible, to believe.

Is the Book of Jonah “the Achilles’ heel” of the Bible? It is if we are to accept the ridiculous explanations of the critics. The translators of the Septuagint were the first to question the reasonableness of this book. They set the pattern for the avalanche of criticism which has come down to the present day. The ancient method of modernism is to allegorize the book and to classify it with Robinson Crusoe and Gulliver’s Travels. Today liberalism uses the same tactics. They make of it an allegory, saying that actually it never took place at all.

Jonah is an historical character and the author of this book. I want to turn to an historical book, 2 Kings, where we read: “In the fifteenth year of Amaziah the son of Joash king of Judah Jeroboam the son of Joash king of Israel began to reign in Samaria, and reigned forty and one years” (2 Kings 14:23). As far as I know, no one has ever questioned that Jeroboam II lived, that he was a king in the northern kingdom of Israel, and that he reigned forty–one years. This is an historical record. We read further: “And he did that which was evil in the sight of the LORD: he departed not from all the sins of Jeroboam the son of Nebat, who made Israel to sin. He restored the coast of Israel from the entering of Hamath unto the sea of the plain, according to the word of the LORD God of Israel, which he spake by the hand of his servant, Jonah, the son of Amittai, the prophet, which was of Gath–hepher” (2 Kings 14:24–25, italics mine). Jeroboam was a real person, Israel was a real nation, Hamath was a real place, and it is quite unlikely that this man Jonah is a figment of the imagination. This is an historical record, and it is reasonable to conclude that Jonah is an historical character.

I found this book to be quite interesting, as well as revealing. I have been listening to Dr. J. Vernon McGee’s commentary on this book for roughly a week or two, which is pretty much all that is written in this book. Each and every time that I listen to it I tend to pick up something that I passed over during the previous times. I never placed much stock in this book and therefore never paid much attention to it. about two months ago, while in prayer I sought guidance and this was what had been dropped into my lap, so-to-say! There are an abundant of lessons to be gleaned from this little four chapter book, lessons we can all use within our lives, both to live our lives for God’s glory and to spread His word to all those who are lost.

 

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Your Government Failed You by RICHARD A. CLARKE


An analysis of America’s national security policies evaluates the U.S. government’s mistakes and why they have occurred, in a report that poses alternative. While this was written in 2008, many of the bureaucratic nightmares either got worse or catastrophic. With the government, things are advertised as getting better or solved; but in reality they only get worse. The bad behavior is given accolades and the whistle blowers are treated as criminals. Unfortunately, their motto has been and, more likely than not, will remain:

“Good enough for government work!”

It is truly sad, if you do not believe me then just watch some of the documentaries that are out there. Between the ones that are privately done and those promoted by the government, you will get a pretty clear picture of what is going on.

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