Restoration of the End-time Church

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Xulon Press, Incorporated, 2008 - 304 pages
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We are now in the times of the restoration of all things. But if this is true, why is it that 'all things' have evidently not yet been restored in the Church? In this incisive and exciting teaching, Gerry Kearney not only lays the foundations of the true Church, he also paints a very simple yet powerful picture of God's pattern for His end-time, glorious House. We are the 'seed' of God, and the seed carries the image and glory of the Father - like spiritual DNA within. And just like Michelangelo released David from that famous block of Carrara marble (the dust of the earth!), the Holy Spirit longs to release the true image and glory of Christ from within His earthen vessels, the Church. In this book, you will also learn what Satan's false pattern for the Church is, and why we need strong prophetic voices, operating in the spirit of Elijah, to lead us into the restoration of all things. Get ready, for the Church of the future will be unrecognisable to what it is now. Gerry Kearney is Irish and holds a degree in Engineering from University College Cork. He is also a graduate of two Bible Schools, with distinction, and has been studying the Bible for several decades. The call of God to teach the Bible has been on his life since the 1980's. Gerry's insightful teaching gift is very prominent in this present work, as it illuminates in a fresh and innovative way his favourite biblical theme - the restoration of the glorious Church. Gerry grew up as a Catholic in Ireland, but has been attending Evangelical Charismatic and Pentecostal churches for the past 24 years. He is keen to emphasise that this book is addressed to the whole Church - Protestant, Catholic and Orthodox Christians. Hecurrently resides in Ireland.

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