The Divine Decree presents God’s complete knowledge of angelic and human history from eternity past to eternity future. For example, when a person expresses his personal faith in the working object of Jesus Christ in time, it was known to God in eternity past. The result is the salvation of that person’s soul. The divine decree permits volition to function freely, therefore the sovereignty of God and the free will of man coexist by divine decree. Volition permits each person to freely make his own choices, either for or against the gospel of salvation or the Word of God. This book discusses this gracious option of divine omniscience with human free will.
Mankind’s original authority structure was the organized humility of the home and the training of children by their parents. If a child rejects parental authority, he will later reject other forms of divine authority. If this anti-authority attitude is developed early in life, submitting to the authority of an invisible God becomes less likely. The Four-Generation Curse is imposed due to collective decisions by the client nation’s Pivot, each generation choosing to spurn or ignore Christ, the authority of God, and the power of His Word. Only by personal love for God and the desire to learn, defend, and apply His inerrant Scripture can the believer have invisible historical impact that our nation’s current disorder and instability urgently needs.
The ebb and flow of history is controlled by Christ. The principle He uses to prosper or curse a Client Nation is the size of its Pivot. Thus, wherever the largest gathering of spiritually advancing believers exists in history is where the greatest degree of prosperity and divine blessing occurs. National prosperity first existed in the Jewish Client Nation of Israel under the reign of King David, followed later by Gentile Client Nations throughout Europe, and eventually in the United States of America. This book honors the influence of spiritually mature believers by revealing the dedicated efforts and successes of dedicated Christian missionaries in the gospel’s journey from the Apostle Paul in the first century A.D. to present-day America.
Faith-rest is a basic problem-solving device that relies on God’s biblical promises to confront and endure all circumstances in life. It is a temporary solution for preserving the believer’s spiritual relationship with God until more advanced biblical doctrines are learned and applied. This publication is designed to assist the believer in making that advance.
In late October of 2005, Joe Hunt was diagnosed with terminal cancer. He believed that if Christians learn what God has revealed in Scripture, it will enable them to overcome life’s toughest challenges, even death. In Joe’s words, “This attitude did not just come to me out of the blue, but is the culmination of twenty-five years of following a plan that prepared me for this moment. In the following pages I want to share with you some of the things I’ve learned about this plan and how you can come to know it too.”
One Day at a Time is based on the doctrines of the Christian faith as taught in the 1989 52 lesson series, “Basics.” The objective of this book is to present the essential doctrines in more detail than the four basic books, which function more as study guides to be utilized along with the MP3 recordings of the original series. One Day at a Time expands on the subjects covered in the 1989 series, and incorporates more advanced biblical doctrines.
Forty Proclamations presents succinct definitions of forty core doctrines that are essential for believers to understand. In addition, the book contains copies of the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution.
Prayer is the unique prerogative of the royal priesthood. It is the divinely developed system of communication between the royal family and God the Father. Does He Hear My Prayer covers the Biblical way to pray, types of prayers and reasons why prayer goes unanswered. The book concludes with a review of doctrines learned in all four books.
Bible doctrine is the thinking of God related to the human race. Nothing is more important than knowing what God thinks and understanding His policy. Know What God Thinks covers the importance of doctrine, dispensations, mystery doctrine and concludes with a study of the Faith-Rest Drill.
The importance of distinguishing the difference between spirituality and carnality is imperative for new believers to understand. The parable of the prodigal son clearly demonstrates this dichotomy. The passage demonstrates that the self-righteous elder brother committed far more sins than did the prodigal. The causes of carnality, lust patterns of the sin nature, and recovery of spirituality are explained. Safe to Die? concludes with a review of studies covered in the first two books.