More people come to know God and become practicing Christians because of the testimony of a person, either in words or their life that is lived out in truthful reality than for any other reason. Have you ever shared your testimony with someone? What does the Bible say about testifying? Testify: By the Blood of the Lamb and the Word of Our Testimony by Doris Horton Murdoch is a personal testimony of what she has learned in Bible study, discussion and theological reflection about testifying and delivering your own personal testimony. This 172-page book is now on Pre-Order Sale with EnergionDirect.
Doris Horton Murdochreceived her master’s degree in education at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida and certification as a media specialist from the University of Florida in Gainesville. She also attended Asbury Seminary studying in the area of World Missions and Evangelism.
Testify: By the Blood of the Lamb and the Word of Our Testimony is Doris Horton Murdoch’s third published book, and joins Under the Sun: A Look at Solomon, Ecclesiastes and Our Faith, as well as her current work in a genre for children entitled I Only Like Sports.
Doris resides in Live Oak, Florida, with her husband, Jerry. They have two sons and five grandchildren.
The project is now off and running. Author Dalia Taylor is seeking submissions for From Laughter to a Cure. Do you have a funny story? Would you like to get involved in this project designed both to help people and to raise money? Check out the submissions page.
Any funny or cute story about a child is welcome. These are not just stories about children have been ill.
A Pew report shows that 27% think Jesus will definitely return within forty years, while 20% think he probably will. Hardly better is the 28% who say this probably won’t happen.
But how do they know this? What is their basis for thinking it? Christians have been thinking that Jesus is coming soon for centuries. Prediction after prediction has been shown to be false by the passage of time.
Nonetheless, we don’t mend our ways. We just keep right on making predictions.
Bible scholar and theologian Edward W. H. Vick addresses this problem in his book The Adventist’s Dilemma, distributed by Energion Publications via this EnerPower Press web site. You’ll see the various ways we try to get around the “not knowing the day and hour” statement made by Jesus.
This is a serious and lengthy discussion of the issue, but considering the extent to which people try to know what they cannot know.
If you are a church pastor, give strong consideration to holding a study on this topic. In addition to the book cited above, Dr. Vick has written Eschatology: A Participatory Study Guide, published by Energion Publications. It’s designed for a serious study group to get a grasp of the theory behind the study of eschatology.