By Marie Chapian
It is a definitive publication explaining and educating the presence of angels on the earth and their paintings in our own lives today.
It comprises sound foundational biblical educating in addition to documented tales of angelic job in today's international in ministries, church buildings and private lives.
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Will contain endorsements of best theologians to validate the biblical accuracy of the book.
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While we are saying the N-, the - OW is still in the future; when we are saying the - OW, the N - is already past. In other words, time's present is a very fleeting present indeed: God's present abides. He lives in the eternal now. Apply all this to the consideration of one further absurdity that tends to shadow the back of our minds, even when in the front of our minds we are by way of knowing better. It is the vague feeling we have that eternity had been going on for some time before God decided to create the universe.
By comparison this new conception of God seems thin and remote and uncomforting. But this is the way with every advance. In the new field we lack the comfort of long custom. Bernard Shaw phrases the experience very admirably. " It is so, for instance, with a new stroke at tennis. Our old stroke had been a pretty incompetent affair, of the sort to make a professional laugh. But it had been ours, we were used to it, all our muscles were in the habit of it. The new stroke is doubtless better, but we are not in the way of it, we cannot do anything with it, and all the joy goes out of tennis but only until we have mastered the new way.
He is in all things, because His power operates upon them, holding them in existence, that is to say He is in all things not because He needs them, but because they need Him. The universe therefore is to be thought of not as a necessity for God, providing Him with a place to be. He transcends things by the power of His own nature, He is immanent in things only to meet their need. Thus the question we began with where was God before the universe existed fades away into the inconsiderable question: what created thing was being held in existence by the power of God before there was any created thing?
Angels in Our Lives: Everything You've Ever Wanted to Know About Angels and How They Affect Your Life by Marie Chapian