The Regal Pair (H & R) is a book about the inseparable twins: Holiness and Righteousness. (One aspect cannot be understood apart from the other.) H&R carries the reader into its domain of confrontation with everything not holy and righteous. H&R has both a mantle and a sword. The mantle of anointing demands its appraisal of all it confronts, and the sword is both a challenge and a judgment to its findings.
Holiness and Righteousness transcend antiquity to confront iniquity in modern time.
Jesus confronted the "pretenders" of his day, so must the modern saint. This book defines the separated life of those who possess H&R. It dares to investigate the depth of Holiness required of the Lord in, "Be ye Holy as I am Holy."
The Regal Pair is irresistible to those who desire a profoundness to Christianity. It draws the heart of the true believer into a realm hitherto untouched by most of today's pulpits. In twelve chapters, H&R exposes the malady of hyper-grace.
The righteous live with greater concerns, deeper levels of commitment and sensitivity to the will and purpose of God, than "people of religion." Their prayers are pro-active, their work redemptive, their yearnings creative, their prospective broader, their vision clearer, their path productive and their progress assured.
"The dilemma of the Charismatic Movement has been their attempt to mold a Word of Faith movement over a body not framed in Holiness and Righteousness." (The blasphemous Interfaith compromise is similarly defined.)
The reader of The Regal Pair will be both challenged and encouraged at the same time. Dare to open its pages and inspect how fearlessly the author calls for a return to the Highway of Holiness. Using both Old Testament and New Testament bases, coupled with men of holiness throughout history, one undeniable truth stands throughout the book, "without Holiness, no man shall see the Lord."
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About the Author
As Minister, he has served twenty-eight years as pastor, alongside teaching and other duties. Ministering in 53 countries, both i education and religion, his range of duties extended from establishing missions in countries to advising and assisting multiple missionary enterprises. His works reflect many of his experiences in these fields of service.
As Author, he is credited with eight books which are detailed in this volume, plus has been involved in several editing and advising capacities with other religious writers. Due to the popularity of his work, he has been privileged to maintain speaking tours both in the U.S. and abroad.
As President of OEA International, a nonprofit missionary organization, he has continued his involvement with several worthwhile evangelistic and missionary endeavors, including the building of church buildings in Southeast Asia and Central and South America.
As Publisher, Dr. Oliver is the CEO of Zadok Publications, a division of OEA International. The publication of books in English, Spanish and German for religious markets has now grown to 23 foreign countries besides all of South America, the U.S. and Canada. Dr. Oliver's books have been featured in Pastor's Conferences worldwide and Zadok Publications' materials are readily accessible through many ministries and bookstores or can be obtained through its website: www.zadokpublications.com.
Dr. Oliver resides in The Woodlands, Texas, with his wife, Betty A. Oliver. Mrs. Oliver is a retired career teacher and professor of English. She is CFO of Zadok Publications and also operations director. Visit her website as a resident artist at www.thewatercolorstudio.com.