Church Without God: Exploit The Truth And Purge Yourself In The Faith

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This book is a purgative; it expresses God displeasure over Church planters and Christian attitudes which are responsible for the shocking disappearance of love and genuine miracles in Churches worldwide, and its multiplier effect on the ever-increasing crises in our world today. It then guides Church leaders and Christians on how to reposition the church for a glorious turnaround holy revival.

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Review by: Tamra LeValley on July 21, 2013 :
A short and sweet book on God in Church. This book was compact but powerful to say the least. Once again the author has stated what Christian need to hear in a most poignant manner that carries a punch.

As Christians we forget that our job is to take our deeds outside the church building. You see, church is wherever we take it and wherever it is needed. This author has a wonderful way with words that brings this very need into focus. One of the things that captured my breath was when he wrote "A chair does itself no good except it blesses the user - humans. Likewise your life will only count when you help people on their way up."

Once a person discovers their "work" in Jesus their message must be "heavenly, not carnal or worldly" but you must enter their realm to minister to them. the ones in need are in a drinking parlor or club house and that is where the christian is needed.

I love this book and its simplicity. Straight forward and straight up truth. It gives directions to what is truly needed in our CHURCH!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Sheri Wilkinson on July 11, 2013 :
Church Without God: Exploit the truth and purge yourself in the faith (Fulfilled life, #3) by Moses A. Ojute

This book tells how some people stop going to church, it explains why some people do this. Also we learn about discrimination among the denominations (in Christian Churches). God is in all denominations, some Christians are ignorant on living a Christian life. Attending church and worship are just a small part of being a Christian.

Faith is personal, it is between you and God.Some Christians have lost morals and values and need to regain them. Some envy others and they must learn to love not envy. Through passages and verse we learn how to achieve these things. We have to ask our self why do we go to Church?

Another inspirational read. I liked learning the origin of the word Christian and loved the Authors point of view.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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