The Elder Shall Serve the Younger

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Paul could not speak of the cherubs on the Ark of the Covenant, but archeological discoveries have provided clues into the symbolism of these beings. Their study follows a path throughout the Bible beginning in Genesis with the first day of creation and continuing through Revelations.

In addition to a scholastic treatment of Biblical studies, important principles of a meaningful and exciting Christian life are also presented. We already know the importance of some principles, ...

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Overview

Paul could not speak of the cherubs on the Ark of the Covenant, but archeological discoveries have provided clues into the symbolism of these beings. Their study follows a path throughout the Bible beginning in Genesis with the first day of creation and continuing through Revelations.

In addition to a scholastic treatment of Biblical studies, important principles of a meaningful and exciting Christian life are also presented. We already know the importance of some principles, but do we know how to best apply them. For example, two vital principles are love and giving. In this book we will explain How to apply these principles in a way that gains favor with God.

William Moore has been a teacher of the Bible for over forty years and speaks at his home church and around the United States. His educational background consists of a bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems and a Master of Business Administration. He taught college for six years after retiring from the business world. He retired from teaching to become more active in missions and has spent a great deal of time working in missions in Russia, Central Asia, and the United States.

Other works by Mr. Moore include I Must Decrease and The Power of Babel.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781602661646
  • Publisher: Xulon Press
  • Publication date: 3/9/2007
  • Pages: 108
  • Product dimensions: 0.26 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 8.50 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2008

    Family Ties

    When you are grafted into the true vine, you become part of the family of God. Our lives are directed by those who have gone before us and have given good directions. We begin our roll of service and start to live the life we were created to live. We live to praise and honor our creator. This book shows us how the line of service should work. The rules of service were laid out long ago and it is time we begin to follow those rules.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 19, 2008

    What Is My Walk

    This is a book that will frankly outline and in a manner explain to you the rules of your service. As I read and reread certain areas of the book, I found that the referrences that are thoughout are right on target, I felt that I must research these referrences to better understand what is being said. It truly shows how one is of the vine of life and service to God once we have taken the step to join this wonderful family of Christians. It appeared that there was great thought and research done prior to the writing, and in personally knowing the author, I am well assured that it was. I found it very uplifting even though somewhat deep in places, however understandable. I found areas that made me stop and think about my own walk with Christ, as to where I came from and where I'm headed. It is very informational. I would highly recommend it to anyone wanting more insight into the Word.

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