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A LAY PREACHER BUT GODS WORD?

A LAY PREACHER BUT GODS WORD?
Author : A Sinner
Publisher : AuthorHouse
Total Pages : 502
Release : 2013-02-18
ISBN 10 : 9781477251423
ISBN 13 : 1477251421
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

A Sinner was a 33 year old ordinary English working class man, content and happy with his family life. One day he curiously attends a Christian Fellowship in a local community centre. After many visits and much thought he eventually accepts Christ as his personal saviour. Two years later he finds he is given a preaching commitment. Here is his ‘lay’ preachers notes of some 20 years, biblical expositions with historical and contemporary commentaries. It is a warts and all record, not only of serous scriptural sermons but also on church and personal life experiences some humorous some tragic. He is critical of much of ‘established religion’ and the fact he reluctantly uses a pen name tells of his fears of the changing face of his country and shows his belief that much of its freedoms for Christians and free speech in general has been and is being lost. He holds no theological exams or college training and does not qualify for what he describes as the ‘hindrance’ of a dog collar, but believes in Gods Holy Spirit that has and does convict man if mans heart is willing to be open to Him. So are any or any part of these words Gods word? That’s for you with the Holy Spirit to decide.

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