Lighthouse Trails Booklet Set #7 — Guarding the Flock From Evil Influences Within "Christianity"
We’re pleased to offer these fantastic booklets from Lighthouse Trails! Each booklet covers a topic in just a few pages and is perfect for personal study or to give to others. These five booklets are available as a set or individually. We hope to feature more in the future.
This set includes all five booklets listed below:
Remembering the Persecuted Church
Moore – We need to pray for the persecuted church. When the statistics are broken down, the numbers are staggering. Whether by firing squad, beheading, being burned alive, or some other horrific means, it is documented that thousands of Christians suffer every year worldwide. Lighthouse Trails, 20 pp.
Preparing for Perilous Times & Finding God's Peace in the Midst of Them
Dombrowski –I know that for the average American (including the American Christian) the idea that mighty America could stumble and fall simply does not register. As it is becoming increasingly obvious, by all indications, that America is racing toward judgment, so too is the realization that something serious or catastrophic could easily come to our country, and we are unprepared. Lighthouse Trails, 12 pp.
The Unseen Foe Behind Rising Evil- and Putting on God's Armor
Kjos – We don't hear much about spiritual warfare these days. Most churches seem to ignore the reality of Satan and the evil he inspires. God's warnings about fellowship with the world's alluring thrills doesn't fit the contemporary image of Jesus as a tolerant, easy-going friend. A vast number of politicians, media masters, and educators have joined this war against biblical truth. Lighthouse Trails, 12 pp.
Big Noisy God: Dispelling the Rumor That God Can Be Found "Only in the Silence"
Pratt – Statements like this are troubling: "The believer, must first achieve a state of silence–and then God works in the believer's heart." But does the Lord vacate the premises when it's noisy and then return when things quiet down? Isn't God present, active, when the grandchildren squeal, "Thank you, God, for ICE CREAM!" Of course He is. Psalm 139:7-10 says that no matter where we go, God is there. Lighthouse Trails, 12 pp.
Truth or Consequences
Smith – The phrase "truth or consequences" would ordinarily suggest a certain degree of solemnity rather than levity. However we live in a society that doesn't take the concept of "truth or consequences" very seriously. In fact, there seems to be a growing apathy and disregard–even in the church– for the consequences of not observing and maintaining truth. Lighthouse Trails, 16 pp.