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The Body of Christ by Bishop Ron McRae

The Body of Christ

The Revelation of Jesus Christ As One Body

by Bishop Ron McRae

Pages: 250

Dimensions: 6 x 9

  • RELIGION - Christian Theology - Ecclesiology
  • RELIGION - Christian Theology - History
  • RELIGION - Biblical Studies - New Testament

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781498466455

Price : $16.49

“The Body of Christ” is a deeply sober Biblical examination of modern day Christianity that has been “weighed in the balances and art found wanting”. It truly will, by the Holy Ghost, open the Scriptures to manifest the present tense physical and spiritual existence of the one and only body of Jesus Christ, the Church, and help you “see Him as He IS”, “because AS HE IS, SO ARE WE in this world” (1 John 4:17).
-Evangelist George  Calvas
Anabaptists Church Worldwide
Dearborn, Michigan
“An Inspirational, and deeply Biblical revelation of the manifestation of the life of Jesus Christ that should be seen in the mortal flesh of every member of the body of Christ throughout the world. When today’s Christianity has been so ethnically, racially and denominationally divided by Satan and the traditions  of men, The Body of Christ places back before the Church the simplicity that is in Christ Jesus, in answering these enormously vital inquires:
• What is the Body of Christ?
• Where do you find Him as HE IS?
• How do I become a physical & spiritual member of that ONE BODY?
• How do I abide continually therein?”
-Bishop Charles Gould
Anabaptists Church
Littleton, New Hampshire

The author is the Presiding Bishop of the International Presbytery of the Anabaptists Church Worldwide, and has preached the gospel and taught the Bible for 40 years to countless church gatherings, on 4 continents, starting churches in 9 different countries. He has preached in the open air to literally tens of millions of people all over the world from major cities, to the darkest jungles of central Africa, and countless thatch covered dung hut villages throughout the Rift Valley of East Africa where he is affectionately called the Mzungu Askofu.

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