Confronting Obstacles to Full Salvation on God's Terms
Xulon Press, 2007 - 116 страница
"If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?" Psalm 11:3 Minister Cox refers to this scripture with respect to the salvation of the soul. He sees the single most vital accomplishment one can achieve in this life as the salvation of one's soul from eternal damnation and separation from God. He knows that there is nothing more dangerous and damnable than a false sense of security regarding "incomplete salvation." In his book, "Confronting Obstacles to Full Salvation on God's Terms," he exudes a genuine burden for scriptural authenticity and the integrity of the original biblical text. MINISTER COX has spent over 30 years of true Holy-Spirit filled and guided research and study on these and other subjects relevant to following Christ. He fasted responsibly in consecration, keeping his body properly nourished, for 87 days and nights, during the Lenten Season, while addressing a number of critical Biblical issues that may influence where souls may ultimately spend eternity.
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