Sing To The Lord A New Song -- Book 12

I am the Church and the church is the: -
The Fullness Of God
and to know that this love that surpasses knowledge-that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God.
until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ. More

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About Doug Vermeulen

Awarded the Training to Reign Certificate in 1987
and a Diploma in Theology in 1988
& from Christian International University
Course Completion certificates in Bible Music & Worship and TCR Bible Study Methods.

The years since then have been spent gaining hands on experience of the subject matter of this book; with the ministry being known as Zion Ministries, and this also required flowing in Apostolic function.

Zion Ministries operates essentially as a teaching ministry, whose concern is training Christians in the five-fold ministry mentioned in Ephesians 4:11-16 [see Amplified Bible]

About the Series: SING TO THE LORD A NEW SONG - COMPENDIUM OF BOOKS
The theme that runs throughout the whole compendium of twelve books; is how do we arrive at a Church ‘without spot or wrinkle’?

How do we do Church so that will happen? What are the nuts and bolts of Church of that nature.

The author has stood on the shoulders of Christian giants of the past and present to gain perspective, and used the gift of synthesizing that the Lord has given him to put it all together.

Sprinkled throughout the book are revelations provided by the Lord to the author and his wife.

The 12 books look at how the Old Testament and New Testament are one, with the latter being the fulfillment of the former.

The 12 books provide detailed coverage of the wonderful way in which the demand for justice, and the need for mercy are reconciled.

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