The Watchmen

The Watchmen

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by Mark Cahill
     
 
So many Christians wonder if they are living up to the high calling of Christ in our lost and dying world. How can we lay down our lives to best serve the Lord during our brief time on earth? What should be the focus of every Christian’s life? Are we living and breathing for the sake of the gospel?

The Watchmen will passionately move your heart to

Overview

So many Christians wonder if they are living up to the high calling of Christ in our lost and dying world. How can we lay down our lives to best serve the Lord during our brief time on earth? What should be the focus of every Christian’s life? Are we living and breathing for the sake of the gospel?

The Watchmen will passionately move your heart to become a watchman of God who blows the trumpet long and loud in the lives of the unsaved around us. The world is sleeping, but must be awakened to the reality of Judgment Day that is fast approaching. Everyone must be ready.

Through a friendly and conversational style, you will see the importance of equipping yourself with sound biblical truth to warn the lost, and living to adorn the gospel of Christ. You will want to encourage, bless and speak boldly into the lives of all you meet to rescue them from God’s coming wrath. Every believer can become a hero of the faith to someone! These are the words and deeds the Lord treasures because they show how real He and His love are to the world. And they are watching.

I think you will appreciate the many stories and scriptures, as well as the challenges and encouragements found in the pages of this book. Time runs short for the church and the lost. We must finish strong for the Lord and take as many souls with us to heaven as possible. Join with the watchmen of God, who lift up their trumpets to call the perishing to choose life in Christ!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014911665
Publisher:
Mark Cahill
Publication date:
08/21/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB

Meet the Author

Mark Cahill has a business degree from Auburn University, where he was an honorable mention Academic All-American in basketball. After spending a few years in the business world, he surrendered his heart to Jesus Christ and asked God to place him where he could touch as many lives as possible. Within a year, he was teaching school. Although Mark planned to teach for the rest of his life, God moved him from teaching at a Christian high school to devoting a year to full-time evangelism. He then embarked on a speaking career. Mark speaks to thousands each year at churches, retreats, conferences, camps, etc., equipping and challenging the saved to go out and reach the lost. As one of his students noted, he's still teaching, but in a much bigger classroom.
His true vocation is witnessing, whether at malls, music and art festivals, beaches, sporting events, bar sections of towns—wherever the lost can be found. Mark is the author of One Thing You Can’t Do in Heaven which has been translated into Russian, Chinese, Spanish, Romanian and is being translated into Nepalese, and One Heartbeat Away. Mark lives in Stone Mountain, Georgia.

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Watchmen 4 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 4 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Best book on evangelism I've ever read!!! I have watched Mark in person and he is the most sold-out, generous and gracious Christian I've ever met :) His life backs up everything he writes about!!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While I enjoyed Mark Cahill's first 2 books, this one was disappointing. In his chapter on false doctrine he chose to use election as his example. There are many godly men who believe the Reformed view on election that Paul teaches in Romans 9 such as Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, Martin Luther, Jonathan Edwards and RC Sproul. To charge these men with being false prophets spreading false doctrine because they believe in election and predestination I think diminishes what the author was trying to convey throughout the rest of the book. The author also takes pot shots at those who utilize kindness ministries. While I agree that most Christians are not sharing their faith the way we are commanded to do, I don't think it is beneficial to be slamming fellow believers who are performing acts of kindness in a lost world.