This is the book that the intellectually curious and those who truly hunger and thirst after righteousness have long been awaiting. The author powerfully hews away every rationalization men use to excuse their sin. Smock's teaching is so contrary to popular notions of salvation that many readers will question their own salvation.
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The purpose of this book is to expose the Calvinistic view of predestination as the mythical monster that it is; and to show the Arminians that they need not bow to logical inconsistencies in order to reconcile the doctrine of man's free-will with God's sovereignty.
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Jesus promised that the Holy Spirit would "convict the world of sin, righteousness and judgment," yet these subjects are depreciated in modern evangelism and are unmentioned in worldly churches that claim to extol the ministry of the Holy Spirit.
In this generation the Comforter is portrayed as the one who soothes men in their sins rather than encouraging the Christian who is persecuted for steadfastly standing for holiness and against lawlessness. Hence the Holy spirit is suffering in the house of reputed friends while they worship and praise as if nothing is wrong and great things are happening.
Servants of God will grieve with Him after reading this scholarly and provocative discourse on the most neglected ministry of the Spirit. This book will enlighten the saint, convict the sinner and harden the reprobate.
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"A masterpiece of timely truth," says Bill Burkett, editor of "The Hagios Letter"
"This is a powerful, personable and needed book. It has led me to soberly examine myself," Jeff Paul, former director of Revival Theology Promotion.
The autobiography of open air preacher Jed Smock originally published in 1984. Brother Jed has preached on hundreds of colleges and universities in every state and abroad. He has practiced confrontational evangelism for over four decades. He ministers five hours a day, five days a week on campuses. Jed and his wife Cindy travel together and have five grown daughters who continue to minister with them on occasion.