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This site is very large, because we have posted the contents of all of our books, so that they may be read online free of charge.

This site is not designed to evangelize unbelievers. It is designed to teach the Scriptures to those who already believe and want to learn the foundations and goals of their faith. Our goal is to help people grow spiritually “to a mature man, to the measure of the stature which belongs to the fullness of Christ” (Ephesians 4:13).

We believe that every believer has a calling that falls into one of the general categories of the five-fold ministry listed in Ephesians 4:11: apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers. Before anyone can be truly effective in one’s calling, it is necessary to learn and to grow into some level of spiritual maturity. While we cannot train people by life experience—God trains each person directly by Himself—we offer training in the knowledge of the Word, so that everyone can be more effective in whatever callings they may have.

What is your purpose and goal? If your goal is simply to “be saved” (justified by faith), then you may have little or no need for this site. But if your goal is to grow into spiritual maturity by the study of the Word and to gain understanding of the mind of God through Christ, I believe we have much to offer. We teach what we believe seminaries and Bible Colleges (and even churches) ought to teach, with the exception of Hebrew and Greek language, which we are not equipped to teach at this time. The main difference is that we do this with very little cost to you.

Though we do accept donations, we offer everything free of charge to read online and never solicit donations beyond having a simple “Donation” button on the front page of our website. Our donors are the ones who make this all possible, because they desire to help others grow and learn. Our books are copyrighted only to prevent others from using them for commercial purposes to make money. Our copyrights should not be understood as a personal restriction, as we want everyone to have full access to the biblical knowledge contained in the books.

Though we have a mailing list, we have no memberships, nor do we claim to be “the true church.” We point to Christ alone, and pray that everyone asks Him to enroll their names in “the General Assembly and Church of the First-born” in heaven (Hebrews 12:23).

How to navigate this site

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Every section of this site is accessible through the Header Nav. All of the primary Header Nav items and their sub-items are clickable, and will take you to that section of the site upon clicking them. There are many Instructions written to help with questions regarding usage of this site; if you find something that you think should be added to the Instructions, or need help with something that is not answered in the Instructions page, feel free to send us a ticket at our Support Desk.

Below is an outline of the primary sections of the site.

Blog - If you click on the Blog item, you will be taken to a list of the most recent blog posts from Dr. Jones. You can click on the "Next" button at the bottom of the list to view older posts. The sub-item "The Daily List" is the same as "Blog" so no matter which one you click on, you will be taken to the same place.

Blog Series - This section contains groups of blog posts that were written in Dr. Jones' blog, and needed to be spread out over multiple parts. Some of these are made into books, while others are kept as stand-alone Blog Series.

Blog Archive - If you click on the Blog Archive under the Blog header item, you will be taken to a list of years containing blog posts. You can click on a blog year to view all posts for that year, organized by month.

 

Studies - This is a primary Header Nav item that contains all of the subsections for all of Dr. Jones' various material. If you click on Studies in the Header Nav, you will be taken to an index page containing links to each of the subsections.

Books - This section contains all of Dr. Jones books, available to read for free online. You can also purchase the book in print from the GKM Store. Some books are available in multiple languages, but all books are available in English.

Tracts - This section contains all of the tracts that Dr. Jones has written, available to read for free online, or to purchase in print.

Videos - This section contains links to various videos, including Conferences, and links to the GKM YouTube and Vimeo channels.

Audios - This section contains audios of various teachings. The entire list of audios is going to be completely reworked and remastered, from the existing audios, to audios that were not previously available.

FFI Newsletter - We send out a monthly newsletter called the Foundation For Intercession. If you click on the FFI Newsletter header item, you can read every newsletter that has been sent out for free online. You can subscribe to this newsletter for free to receive a copy of the FFI Newsletter every month when it is sent out.

Articles - This section contains a few smaller articles, some of which were written by Dr. Jones, although not all of them.

 

Store - This section contains a list of all items available to purchase from GKM. If you click the purchase button on any book in the Books section of the site, for example, you will be taken to the book's page on the Store to purchase that book.

Events - This page contains a calendar of upcoming events, conferences, and any dates we are watching for prophetic purposes.

Conference Center - This section contains information about Conferences either hosted by GKM, or that Dr. Jones has spoken at. This section will also be updated with the latest conference information, as a conference approaches.

 

About - This page contains subsections for learning more about Dr. Jones, the GKM Logo, our Statement of Beliefs, and the GKM Site. Testimonials, an Image Gallery, a Contact page for Dr. Jones and for GKM Support, and a Friends page containing links to some other sites that are friends of GKM.

Search - This page contains a search bar to search the entire site using a search query.

Donate - This page contains a donate button for any of you who feel lead to donate to GKM.

This gives you an outline of how the site is structured, but always feel free to click around and see what you find, and hopefully this outline helps you find areas you might not have known about before.

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The Books

Because we have so many books, it can be overwhelming or discouraging for some of you to know where to begin. For this reason, we have tried to organize the books by category, so that each of you can decide where to begin according to your level of knowledge.

It would be difficult to categorize our books according to Law, Prophecy, Gospels, or Epistles, because the books attempt to present a full and balanced view that takes into account all of these aspects of Scripture. For example, if we were to expound on the law of restitution in Exodus 22:1-3, we must also see its application in prophecy from the prophets and gain understanding and clarity from the gospels and epistles in order to get a full and balanced view of the original law as given by Moses.

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Recommended Order of Study

Module 1: Evangelism Studies

Each of the Modules present primary courses as well as secondary studies that some may wish to do for further study. The secondary studies are indented to distinguish them from the primaries.

The first course of study is designed to study God’s design and purpose for creating all things and mankind in particular. The foundational truth of Scripture is that God is the Sovereign Creator who owns and is ultimately responsible for all that He has created. This course will span all time from creation through the time of sin in history, and finally to the culmination of history in the restoration of all things, when all things come under the feet of Christ.

While sin is certainly a problem that has caused a long detour, we need to see that God is not a loser in any way. We will study His plan to save the world and see that success comes not by man’s will or decision (by means of the Old Covenant) but by God’s own will and decision (by means of the New Covenant).

  • The Feasts of the Lord - Passover, Pentecost, and Tabernacles are the three main “feasts of the Lord” (Lev. 23:4) which all of the people, Israelites and foreigners, were supposed to keep in commemoration of certain historical events. They are not “Jewish feasts” unless one observes them in a Jewish (Old Covenant) manner...

  • God’s Promise to You - Did you know that God made a promise to you many years ago? His promise was made to everyone. So if you live on this earth, then it applies to YOU. Long ago, in the days of Noah, God made a covenant with the whole earth and everyone living on it. He bound Himself by an oath not to allow the earth to be destroyed...

    • God's Purpose in Your Life - (optional) Did you know that God created you with a purpose in mind? God has a plan for your life. Many have asked themselves, Why am I here? Where did I come from? Where am I going? The answer is not hard to find. It is in the Bible...

    • Who is God? - (optional) Who is God? What is He like? How can I know Him? The Bible tells us in 1 John 4:8, “The one who does not love does not know God, for God is love.” All that God does is based on His nature, because God will always be true to Himself. Everything God does is based upon love, and love is the most powerful force in the universe...

  • Free Will vs. Ownership - Many disagree about whether or not man has a free will. This 26-page booklet shows from the Scriptures that free will is not the fundamental issue, but rather the fact that the Creator OWNS all things and is responsible for all that He owns. There are very interesting legal implications in this.

    • The Problem of Evil - (optional) Why does God allow evil to occur on earth? Is God an innocent bystander? This explores the difference between the will and plan of God and between God’s sovereignty and man’s authority.

  • The Restoration of All Things - The Bible says that every knee will bow to Jesus Christ and that God has committed to Jesus all judgment. How will God accomplish this purpose? Will He do this by refusing to judge mankind for sin? Or will He do it through His judgments? This booklet shows the difference between Universalism, which denies all divine judgment, and Restorationism, which teaches that the judgments of the law are corrective and restorative.

  • The Rich Man and Lazarus - The Rich man and Lazarus (Luke 16:19-31) is one of the main texts used to teach the doctrine of eternal torment. In the parable, Jesus speaks of a rich man who dies and goes to hades (“hell”). This rich man is contrasted with a poor man named Lazarus, who dies and goes to Abraham’s bosom, commonly interpreted as “heaven.”

  • The Judgments of the Divine Law - This book devotes a separate chapter to each of the words translated "hell" in the New Testament: Tartarus, Gehenna, and Hades. It also deals with the biblical nature of the "lake of fire" and its duration as "eonian." It concludes with a historical chapter, showing what many of the early Christian fathers believed about divine judgment and how it was restorative, rather than destructive.

  • The Two Covenants - This book discusses the differences between the Old and New Covenants. The main difference is that the Old Covenant was man's vow to God, while the New Covenant was God's vow (or promise) to man.

  • A Short History of Universal Reconciliation - This is a study of the first five centuries of the Church insofar as its teachings on Universal Reconciliation is concerned. It shows how U. R. was the majority view until the jealousy of an unscrupulous bishop in the year 400 A.D. put the Church down the path toward making it an official "heresy."

    • Creation’s Jubilee - (optional) This book deals with the sovereignty of God and the Restoration of All Things, which is God's overall purpose in history. It also gives little known Church history showing how these vital teachings were lost in the fifth century. It explains the three resurrections of barley, wheat, and grape companies in a general overview.

    • Jonah: Prophet of Restoration - (optional) Jonah is the Prophet of Restoration. He is the prophetic witness of the law of cleansing lepers (Lev. 14) and the law of the Day of Atonement (Leviticus 16). He is a prophet who proves that God is concerned about non-Israelites, and questions Israelite nationalism and exclusivism. The book of Jonah is one of the most remarkable books in the Bible.

    • The Jubilee - (optional) This is a two-part book. The first chapter was written by Bill Britton, one of the foremost Sonship teachers of the 20th century. The second chapter is Dr. Jones' "The Law of Jubilee," taken from the 7th chapter of his book, Creation's Jubilee. It is also available in Spanish.

    • If God Could Save Everyone—Would He? - (optional) This takes the idea of God's ownership to its logical conclusion. It begins with the Creator and gives a panoramic view of the divine plan for creation. It includes a study of the laws of redemption and Jubilee. It also shows that the restoration of all things is mandated by the divine law.

    • The Sons of God - (optional) This is a pocket-sized booklet, a 42-page study.

    • The First Epistle of John: The Fellowship of the Sons - (optional) An in-depth commentary of the first epistle of John in the Bible.

  • Hebrews: Immigrating from the Old Covenant to the New - A chapter by chapter examination of the Book of Hebrews; this book examines the ways in which God has moved towards a better covenant with man. The historical background of the Book of Hebrews as well as contextual discussions add insight and relevance to Hebrews.


Module 2: Pastoral Studies

The goal of these Pastoral Studies is to equip pastors, primarily by imparting an understanding of the word. Paul’s first epistle to the Corinthians was Paul’s most informative letter to pastors and elders of the church. A large part of this focused upon their role in setting up a divine court to deal with problems of immorality in the church. To hear and try cases with biblical justice (and mercy) requires an understanding of biblical law, as well as the ability to hear God’s voice in order to understand and apply the law by direct revelation.

To impart hope in the hearts of the congregation, Pastors and elders also should have a comprehension of the first and second comings of Christ and how these are prophesied through the feast days. The feasts were instituted in the time of “the church in the wilderness” (Acts 7:38), which presented the first pattern of the church itself. Knowing the problems of that first church enables the present-day church to learn from Israel’s mistakes.

  • 1 Corinthians: Epistle of Sanctification - An in depth 4 book commentary on First Corinthians. Book 1 deals with the first 6 chapters, Book 2 deals with chapters 7-11, Book 3 deals with chapters 12 and 13, and Book 4 deals with chapters 14-16. 

  • The Epistle of Jude: Against Gnosticism - Jesus' brother, Jude, wrote a letter to the Jewish Christian congregations in the first century, warning them about Gnosticism and also urging them to stand firm in faith against their Jewish critics.

  • Deuteronomy, The Second Law - A 10 book commentary on Moses' twelve speeches in the book of Deuteronomy. The book of Deuteronomy is a series of 12 speeches that Moses gave just before his death at the end of Israel's wilderness journey.

    • The Ten Commandments - (optional) Under the Old Covenant, these are commandments, telling our flesh what to do to conform to the mind of God. Under the New Covenant, these are ten promises of what God will do in us so that we can be conformed to His image. This is a basic study on the divine law, the basis of government for the Kingdom of God.

    • The Laws of Wormwood and Dung - (optional) The word in the Bible that is translated "wormwood" is actually opium, and the prophets speak of it and its spiritual meaning. This is related to the laws of dung, which deal with the problem of the idols of the heart. Ezekiel tells us most about this problem.

    • The Laws of Spiritual Warfare - (optional) A study of the laws of war in Deuteronomy 20, which are also the Laws of Spiritual Warfare. Anyone who does Spiritual Warfare should be aware of these laws.

    • God’s Law on Restitution - (optional) This is a study of the 8th Commandment regarding theft of property. This includes a unique history of the American penal system and how the Socialist theories behind it have utterly failed. The American system of "justice" is not only extremely expensive, but it perpetuates crime and does little or nothing to recompense the victim or rehabilitate the thief. God has the answer in His law solving all these problems.

    • Bible Laws on Righteous Judgment - (optional) This book deals with the problems of slander and perjury and also has a unique section on God's Supreme Court and how we can access it. There is also a very important section on "God's True Method of Subduing the Earth," showing how God intends to subdue the earth largely by peaceful means, rather than by violence as many Christians are taught.

    • The Bible Says: Divorce and Remarriage is NOT Adultery - (optional) This book was NOT written to encourage divorce, but rather to show that if one remarries after a lawful divorce, he has not committed adultery. Divorce itself is not a sin, but a judgment for sin. Many translations of Matt. 5:32 make Jesus appear to forbid remarriage, but we show that the text has been mistranslated and then misunderstood. Jesus did not put away the Law. Deut. 24:1-4 specifically permits divorce and remarriage.

    • Old and New Covenant Marriage - (optional) The divine law recognizes two kinds of marriage relationships. These are best illustrated by Hagar and Sarah, who were Abraham's wives. The Apostle Paul sets forth these two women in Gal. 4, saying that they represent the two (marriage) covenants. This book is no doubt the first of its kind in that it challenges many traditional views about marriage and sets forth the ideal marriage to be based upon the New Covenant.

  • Hearing God’s Voice - What it means Biblically and experientially to hear the voice of God and to walk in the Spirit of revelation, as opposed to hearing the idols of the heart. Many say this is our most valuable book.

    • Principles of Intercession - (optional) All are called to pray, but God calls some to intercession. This book explains the three phases of intercession: Identification, Bearing the penalty for another's sin, and Obtaining forgiveness and victory on their behalf. Jesus is the great Example. We are merely called to be like Him and walk as He walked.

    • The Purpose of the Wilderness - (optional) Do you feel like you are in a spiritual wilderness? Have you been expelled from your Church? This explains why God calls some out of the Church for a season to teach them new things, so that they can return to minister to those who have ears to hear.

  • The Laws of the Second Coming - A thorough study of Israel’s feasts and their prophetic significance to the second coming of Christ. Most Christians know that Passover showed the timing of Christ’s death on the cross in His first appearance; but few understand the meaning of Trumpets, the Day of Atonement, and the Feast of Tabernacles. This book also teaches the laws of Sonship and the Manchild.

    • Haggai: Prophet of the Greater Temple - (optional) Haggai prophesied in the years after the end of Judah's captivity to Babylon. The first major project was to rebuild the temple in Jerusalem. This project actually prophesied of a greater temple that was yet to be built made of living stones.

    • The Rapture in the Light of Tabernacles - (optional) The resurrection is the fulfillment of the Feast of Trumpets, and the "catching away" of the saints is the fulfillment of the Feast of Tabernacles. Since most teaching on the "Rapture" does not take the Biblical feast days into account, this is a very valuable and different study.

  • Who is a Jew? - 30 pages. In Romans 2:28, 29 Paul tells us who IS a Jew and who is NOT a Jew. God's answer to this question cannot be obtained by looking at one's genetics, but by the lawful requirements of citizenship in a tribe of Israel. This shows how those Jews who accepted Christ and all others who accept Him as King-Messiah have legally joined the tribe of Judah and are thus "Jews". On the other hand, those who have rejected Him are NOT Jews at all, because they have revolted against the King of Judah and have forfeited their citizenship in Judah.

  • Who is an Israelite? - This 60-page book is a natural sequel to the book, "Who is a Jew?" It traces the natural Israelites (i.e., ex-Israelites of the dispersion) from Israel to Assyria and on into Europe and other parts of the world. However, it also shows that being an Israelite is a matter of lawful citizenship. To become a citizen of Israel requires accepting Jesus Christ as the Birthright Holder of Joseph in His second coming. In other words, one must be an overcomer to be an Israelite. This was how Jacob received the name "Israel" at the beginning.

    • The Purpose of Resurrection - (optional) If men receive their "eternal rewards" when they die, then what is the purpose of resurrection? The answer depends upon whether one holds the Greek or the Hebrew view of creation. The Purpose of Resurrection introduces the concept of resurrection itself, along with the difference between the two resurrections (barley and wheat companies). First of a three part series.

    • The Barley Overcomers - (optional) An in depth study of events in the Bible that occurred at the time of the barley harvest (wave-sheaf offering). We find that barley is always associated with the overcomers, life, the first resurrection, and coming into Sonship at the feast of Tabernacles.

    • The Wheat and Asses of Pentecost - (optional) The third part of the series, The Wheat and Asses of Pentecost deals mainly with Old Testament pentecostal types and shadows. Whenever wheat or asses are mentioned in the Bible, we know that it is a story dealing in some way with the anointing of Pentecost. By these examples, the Scriptures exhort us to move beyond Pentecost in our experience and knowledge of God, and move into the realm of Tabernacles and Sonship.

    • How to be an Overcomer - (optional) Four basic lessons and an epilogue on what the Bible teaches about being an overcomer.


Module 3: Teacher Studies

The purpose of these Teacher Studies is to equip teachers through a study of the great doctrines of the New Testament (rooted in the Old Testament). We begin with a study of the gospels, using Luke as the primary model, and then move into the epistles. Paul’s great theological epistle was to the Saints in Rome, where he shows the place of law and grace, the love of God and the restoration of all things, and then moves to a discussion of Israel’s relation to the world.

Because so many have thought the epistles of Paul and James were antagonistic, we study both in order to get a better understanding of law and grace. We also study Galatians in order to know how to avoid returning to the bondage of the Old Covenant that was inherent in Judaism.

We round off these studies with studies in the Psalms and the meaning of numbers, which every teacher ought to know.

  • Dr. Luke: Healing the Breaches - Luke was a doctor, one trained in healing people. His gospel uses many medical terms, and his underlying purpose was to heal the breaches between ethnic groups, between men and women, and between God and men. This commentary focuses upon Luke's gospel, but also integrates details from the other gospels, so that we get a more complete picture of the life of Christ and His ministry on earth. 

  • Galatians: Paul Corrects the Distorted Gospel - This is a verse-by-verse commentary on Paul's epistle to the Galatians, which was written to combat those Jewish Christians who were unable to leave the Old Covenant and adhere to the New Covenant. In their attempt to add the New Covenant to the Old, and to add Jesus to the temple system of animal sacrifices and other rituals, they had distorted the gospel.

  • Paul’s Epistle to the Saints in Rome - This is volume 1 of a 2 volume set being made available as two books, with the first volume covering the first 8 chapters and the second volume covering the last 8 chapters. This first volume covers chapters 1-8. You will find the second volume listed below with it's viewing and ordering information as well. "In writing these books, it struck me that Paul's teaching on the salvation of all men is the natural outworking of the Love of God. That is why Paul first establishes the Love of God in Romans 5:7-10, and then he immediately shows us how this applies to all of creation. The result is "justification of life to all men" (5:18)"

  • James to the Twelve Tribes: Faith and its Fruit - Many in the past have wrestled with the supposed conflict between James and Paul over the issue of law and faith. Both agree that faith needs "fruit" to be considered genuine. Spiral bound book.

  • The Genesis Book of Psalms - Fascinating study of the first 40 Psalms of the bible and how they correlate to the book of Genesis. This work is a continuation and completion, if you will, of the work done by Dr. Bullinger on this subject. There is much to discover here that we consider to be very illuminating in the study of scripture.

  • The Biblical Meaning of Numbers from 1-40 - This is the compliment/companion to the book titled "The Genesis Book of Psalms". This came as a result of the study done in the above mentioned book after realizing that there needed to be more work done on this subject. Enjoy!

    • The Judges - (optional) Two books in one. The first book is how the Judges themselves are named prophetically to give a message of Sonship. Book 2 is a commentary on the last 5 chapters of the book of Judges, presenting examples of how Israel was lawless after the death of Joshua.

    • Ruth: Redemption and Sonship - (optional) The book of Ruth is the Bible's primary illustration of the law of sonship found in Deuteronomy 25. The story also illustrates the principles of New Covenant marriage as God set forth from the beginning. In addition, it is a natural sequel to the last five chapters of the book of Judges, showing the moral contrast between the home towns of Saul and David as a way of explaining the failure of Saul and the success of David.


Module 4: Prophetic Studies

The purpose of these Prophetic Studies is to equip prophets of all kinds with the knowledge of the word. The word is the record of past prophetic revelation, and any further prophecy must not contradict that which God has given in the past. To understand past prophecy is to prophesy within the framework of the overall revelation of God. That which has already been revealed—and has stood the test of time—is a hedge of protection from other voices which would lead prophets astray.

We begin with an overall study of history from Adam to the present day, which presents the sovereignty of God in history through a knowledge of the laws of time and judgment. From there we study the prophecies of Daniel and Revelation, which are like two halves of a book of prophecy. One cannot truly understand the book of Revelation without first studying Daniel. Neither is the book of Daniel complete without studying the book of Revelation. We then finish with an end-time study of spiritual warfare and intercession since 1981, as this shows the manner in which God is preparing the world for the Kingdom of God in the Age to come.

  • Secrets of Time - The revelation of timing as revealed in the Scriptures and in history. It reveals the importance of October 1986 as the 120th Jubilee from Adam and the legal declaration of the Jubilee in the fall of 1986. The book shows the order in history and how nothing happens by accident. It reveals "the time of Jacob's trouble" and how America, Canada, Britain, and other nations fit into the overall Plan of God.

    • The Struggle for the Birthright - (optional) The dispute over that thin strip of land called Palestine and Israel has been the single issue in the past fifty years that is dragging the world into disaster. Many Christians have foreseen this great conflict by reading the Bible, but very few really understand how God views it. This book traces the history of that conflict from the beginning.

    • Hosea, Prophet of Mercy - (optional) Hosea's failed marriage was a prophetic type of God's failed marriage with Israel. Hosea's harlot wife, Gomer, was named to represent Israel, because Gomer was the official name which the Assyrians called Israel. Her divorce and subsequent redemption shows the mercy of God.

    • Amos, Missionary to Israel - (optional) Amos was a missionary from Judah to Israel, giving them a final warning to repent before divine judgment was to destroy the nation. They refused, and two years later the nation was struck by a massive earthquake that destroyed their defenses and allowed the Assyrians to conquer them easily.

    • When REALLY Was Jesus Born? - (optional) The fascinating history of events surrounding Jesus' birth. On Feb. 5, 2 B.C. the Roman Senate passed a bill making Augustus Caesar the "father of the country." They decreed that the whole Roman world should ratify this document, and Cyrenius was sent to Syria and Palestine to conduct this "census" (enrollment). See Luke 2:1. This and many other historical events prove conclusively that Jesus was born in 2 B.C.

  • Daniel: Prophet of the Ages - This is a commentary covering the first six chapters of Daniel, which are the historical chapters.

    • Daniel’s Seventy Weeks - (optional) Most of modern prophecy teaching has as its foundation the 70th week of Daniel. Many teach that God stopped His "clock" and pushed the 70th week into the future in order to establish an "Age of Grace" for "Gentiles." It is often taught that the 70th week will begin with the Rapture, the rise of an Antichrist, the beginning of the Tribulation, and the fulfillment of most of the book of Revelation. All of these teachings are based upon an incorrect understanding of history. This book reconstructs the foundations of history and shows how prophecy teaching must be modified to fit the history.

    • Malachi: God’s Messenger - (optional) This 86-page commentary on the prophet Malachi shows the spiritual problems already developing in his day which would prove to hinder the people from recognizing or accepting the Messiah four centuries later.

  • The Revelation - A study of Revelation 1-2, ending in Revelation 2:17. This is book 1 of an 8 part book series.

    • The Kingdom of God - (optional) Most people think of the Kingdom of God as being "heaven." The Gospel of the Kingdom is thought to be the same as the Gospel of Salvation. This booklet gives the basic teaching of the Gospel of the Kingdom that is to be preached to all nations before the end comes (Matt. 24:14).

    • The Debt Note in Prophecy - (optional) This is a pocket sized booklet, a 33-page study of the implications of Jesus' parable in Matthew 21:33-45 in the light of Biblical history.

  • Wars of the Lord - This 255-page book gives 50 chapters of spiritual warfare experienced by Dr. Stephen Jones from 1981-2008.

    • The 1986 Vision of the Two Gulf Wars - (optional) This is a pocket-sized booklet, a 41 page study. It is my account of a 1986 vision in which I was transported by the Spirit to Saudi Arabia, where I received a revelation about two “bears,” that were called to “devour much flesh.” These bears proved to be the spiritual forces behind the two Gulf Wars, first in 1991 and the second one that began with the Twin Towers Disaster ten years later.

    • The Prophetic Roots of Modern Abortion - (optional) This is a pocket-sized booklet, a 33-page study. It tells the prophetic story of what occurred in 1985 that revealed how the Church under Pentecost aborted and miscarried the Manchild. It also shows how God separated the overcomers from the Church in order that they would not be implicated in this Church decision. God is now working to bring forth the Manchild (“Sons of God”) through the overcomers, in order to prepare for the Tabernacles Age that is to come.


Module 5: Apostolic Studies

The purpose of these Apostolic Studies is to show first how Paul’s second epistle to the Corinthians gives a prime example of the use of apostolic authority. Paul was an apostle to the Corinthian church, but some questioned his apostolic credentials. Some also questioned his right to act as an appeals court judge and to review the moral case that the church elders had judged.

To be a more effective apostle, one should also be equipped with some knowledge of church history. They should know how the church departed from its original purity, so that those problems can be corrected in the present time.

We anticipate that this course of study will be followed by practical experience. The manner of practical experience will depend upon each persons’ calling, as it is our goal to assist each person in his/her calling, not to force them into a role that suits us. Some may also be sent to other locations or to other countries to minister to existing churches or establish new ministries elsewhere.

  • Theology of the Logos - This book answers the big questions that theologians have debated for many centuries in regard to the origin and nature of Christ. We start with the foundational issue of the virgin birth of Christ and the incarnation of Christ and then move on to the idea of the image of God and Christ's pre-existence. All of this leads to the Father-Son relationship and the discussion about the Godhead.

  • 2 Corinthians - An in-depth commentary/study on the second book of Corinthians

  • Lessons from Church History - In these books you are receiving an excellent overview of the true documented history of the early church like you have never heard it before. Volume 1 contains Book I. Volume 2 contains Books II, III, and IV.

  • Practical ministries, teaching, and missions