A Little Book of Revelations

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Holy Fire Publishing, 2006 - 364 pages
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This book is a radical reappraisal of the Christian life-style. It returns to the Bible as the most realistic template for practical Christian living. It confronts many of the practices that stifle Christian effectiveness, unlocking the small print of "how to" live a simple, consistent Christian life. God's single provision of "Jesus only in all things" is shown to be both practical and possible, every chapter helping us to unclutter our lives and accomplish the destiny God planned for us from the beginning of time. This book "Settles the unsettled, and unsettles the settled."
 

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Contents

Chapters Page Introduction
7
Revelation
11
Logos and Rhema
23
Hearing the Voice of God
35
Faith
49
The Bible
61
Grace
73
Sin
83
Christian Initiation
217
Preaching Teaching and Prophecy
231
Unity
239
Our Besetting Vulnerability
253
The Complete God
269
Intimacy
281
Humility
291
Poverty
305

Righteousness
97
Genesis
111
The Four Epochs
131
Death
147
Entropy
157
Playing with Time
167
BigC
181
Littlec
193
Inside Out
313
The Four Loves
325
Study on the Nature of the Bride of Christ
335
Reinventing the Wheel
347
Epilogue
353
Full Summary
355
Names of People Quoted
359
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About the author (2006)

Dick Bell was born in Kenya, and was an RAF pilot. He flew Lightnings, was a flying instructor, was a low-level aerobatic champion, and a Lightning Test Pilot. For 26 years he was a Bible teacher at Upcott Christian Centre in Seaton, Devon. He is married to Eileen, and has a daughter Joanna. While at Upcott he participated in four hovercraft expeditions to the Third World with Mike Cole OBE, and then took part in or led annual Building Projects in Nicaragua. On his retirement, he founded a UK Charity called SIFT, transforming the lives of the poor in Nicaragua.

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