The Covenant Kingdom
The Christian church is failing in its mission. Many people are very discouraged with Christianity in a general sense and have dropped out of the church because it doesn't seem relevant any more. I believe the problem stems from the fact we have institutionalized the church and it has not functioned like the New Testament describes it. The church system is failing. Jesus did not come and die to bring us a religion called Christianity; He came to restore to us something that had been lost ever since Adam and Eve were deceived by Satan in the Garden of Eden. Jesus was the second Adam. Jesus came to destroy the works of the devil and yet we humans seem to be totally plagued by what he does and that includes the Christian. Christians are to be overcomers in all areas of life, yet we are overcome by sickness and disease, broken relationships, financial problems, rebellious children, immorality and abortions, failing pastors, etc. Why? We have allowed the devil to make the church a religious institution instead of a blood-covenant relationship with the living God. This book explains how to correct the problem and restore to the Christian "THAT" which was lost in the garden millennia ago.
- Paperback | 276 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 16mm | 480.81g
- 11 Feb 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Rob Board
Rob Board has been a pastor, a business man, and a mentor to many young men. In 1974 he had an encounter with Jesus at the age of 25 that changed his life forever. He has always asked questions about why the church functions so differently than what he read in the Bible and he has made it his life's mission to discover what the true church of today and its mission is to be and pass it on to others. He writes about the conflict of the kingdoms: The Kingdom of God ruled by King Jesus and the kingdom of darkness ruled by Satan. Rob dwells on the fact that we have a New Covenant and that we are overwhelmingly conquerors through our blood-covenant relationship with Jesus. "As He is, so are we in this world."