A Rooster Once Crowed: A Commentary on the Greatest Story Ever Told

From a one-room Sunday school class—the lesson that’s been downloaded over 8,000 times in 54 countries—comes A Rooster Once Crowed, A Commentary on the Greatest Story Ever Told.

This book will connect the heart and mind through Scripture, give you a new view of the Gospel and lead to you discover clues that connect the entire Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. More

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About Bryant Cornett

I didn't set out to write a book. I wasn't against it, but I got to this point much as most folks get on a ride at Disney World: they weigh the time it will take to get through the line they can see, and by the time they figure out how long the line really is, they've invested too much to step out.

That doesn't sound especially spiritual, but for me, this whole process was. And what a great ride it has been. You can find more about it at www.fullporchpress.com.

In 2012 I was preparing for humiliation. I'd committed to teaching a big Sunday school class (Family Ties) at a big church (Peachtree Road United Methodist Church) without any notes. I had no idea what I was going to say until the Thursday before, when I saw, as clearly as you could see and describe a painting, a picture of the Gospel.

Since that Sunday in October, I have stood in as many lines as possible to share this story of the Gospel. And while I don't claim to have all the answers, my prayer is that something in this little sacrifice of paper and ink will resonate with you. I sincerely hope that you will see God's truth and the Gospel through this book and invite you to follow our progress at www.fullporchpress.com for more on this important mission. Because in this church of lions, I'm bringing a turtledove--not even two.

Other than this, I'm a lover of Jesus, a husband to one of the greatest God ever made, dad to three of the next greatest, a commercial real-estate broker for hospitals and physicians, a sometime fisherman, and an even lesser golfer.

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What do I believe?
We live in those few moments between the first and the second crow of the rooster—between decision and indecision, between knowing and being known. But do you even care? Small decisions made today establish our path for all time, and yet we piddle with a piece of this and a taste of that. We diet on wisdom from antiquity and gorge on culture that is next month’s joke. What do you believe?

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