30 Pieces of Silver

Overview

When Judas betrayed Jesus he was paid thirty pieces of silver. When he tried to return the money the chief priests said, "This money was paid to have a man killed. We can't put it in the temple treasury." They could pay, we learn, for Jesus' murder with the silver, but they couldn't put it back in the church's bank account. That's the murderous spirit of religion that is still lurking about actively seeking to destroy His Church and your life. The religious spirit did not disappear after the resurrection of ...
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Overview

When Judas betrayed Jesus he was paid thirty pieces of silver. When he tried to return the money the chief priests said, "This money was paid to have a man killed. We can't put it in the temple treasury." They could pay, we learn, for Jesus' murder with the silver, but they couldn't put it back in the church's bank account. That's the murderous spirit of religion that is still lurking about actively seeking to destroy His Church and your life. The religious spirit did not disappear after the resurrection of Jesus. Perhaps you have heard the voice of a religious spirit before saying things like: "We don't let that kind come into our church." "And you call yourself a Christian." "You are being judgmental." "Lord, bless this meal."

This is one of the most controversial books you will read as you come face to face with the hypocrisy of the religious spirit and learn how to overcome it. There are many things that you will face in your life that are not from God; the religious spirit is one of them.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781886885189
  • Publisher: Spirit of Life Ministries
  • Publication date: 10/28/2004
  • Pages: 184
  • Sales rank: 735,377
  • Product dimensions: 5.58 (w) x 8.52 (h) x 0.45 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Chapter 1 A Respectable Effigy 5
Chapter 2 A Different Spirit 17
Chapter 3 A Form of Godliness 27
Chapter 4 The Religious Pattern 59
Chapter 5 The Strange Woman 81
Chapter 6 The Pharisees 95
Chapter 7 The Eight Woes of Jesus 113
Chapter 8 Protection from Religion 145
Scriptural Reference To The Religious Spirit 153
Index 163
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