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Insanity In The Church


These books were written several decades ago when God was first pressing down hard the offensive message of the cross.

Not only was this a Holy Spirit inspired suffering that could be felt in the heart, soul, spirit and body but had the joy of falling in love with the God of Truth.

These books have found their way into several court systems and are persecuted on many levels, so be careful not to give your pearls to pigs.

Rulers persecute me without cause,
but my heart trembles at your word.
I rejoice in your promise like one who finds great spoil.
I hate and abhor falsehood but I love your law.
(Psalm 119:161-163)

May you too be blessed with the sufferings and joys of Jesus. The one and only true promised abundant life.


 


Chapters For Insanity In The Church

Copyright

Dedication

1. The Lie

2. Insanity

3. Numbers Madness

4. Great Things Madness

5. Authority Madness

6. Money Madness

7. Miracle Madness

8. Pleasure Madness

9. Altar Call Madness

10. The Cure

Everything Said

Endnotes

Back Cover

It is easy to sit in the comfort of one’s own righteousness and bemoan how every other revival, denomination, and ministry is preaching the wrong gospel. But who, then, is doing it right?

Perhaps we are asking the wrong question. God allows delusion in the church so that each of us can be truly humble. Unless we repent by hating our own life and suffering with Christ, the comfort of our righteousness will never save us.

Insanity in the Church takes an honest look at the church today, shifting the conversation from blame to self-reflection so that we can truly hope for salvation.

 


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