Four basic lessons and an epilogue on what the Bible teaches about being an overcomer.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.