Having Itching Ears

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Manna F.O.H. Publishing, 2006 - Social Science - 160 pages
Have you ever wondered why many churches have grown into mega-church status, having thousands of members, with unlimited programs and auxiliaries. The sad truth is that while they are growing in numbers, they are not growing spiritually? This book will take you the reader back to New Testament Christianity with its truth and practical Christian living. You will be able to pinpoint the issues facing the Church today which hinders it from shining as a light in this present society. Issues such as:Financesand what Jesus said in reference to Gods care of the believer.The hostility of the world to the Churchand what Jesus said to expect.What keeps the Church from knowing what God desires.The impact that the desire to be prosperous has on the Church in America today.The Leaders responsibilities in each congregation according to the word of God.The responsibilities of each member of the body of Christ.The reason for the lack of growth in the Church and what it takes to become healthy.

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Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Prosperity The Message That Tickles
Take Heed To The Flock Leaders
Feed The Flock Of God Leaders
Receive The Engrafted Word
Add To Your Faith
Grow In Grace

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About the author (2006)

Kirk Glasgow is a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and founder of Manna From On High, an outreach ministry in Dallas, Texas. He has a growing passion to see those who do not know Christ come to know Him. Along with this passion he has a deep yearning to see the Church of God step into its rightful place in the world. Along with his wife Esther and children Nathaniel, Roberto, Lili and Stephanie, Kirk spends many hours each week ministering to the needs of those that are homeless, in prostitution, in alcholism and on drugs. He goes into the highways and the hedges and compel the occupants to come so that our Father's house maybe full. Kirk strives to meet needs of the people in these areas with the help of the Lord through feeding, clothing along with preaching and teaching the gospel of Jesus Christ. Most of all he believes the word of God is complete, which does not need to be altered in any form and only through this Word can all men have the knowledge of the true and living God.

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