Materials written by Pastor David Walker
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Basic Bible Doctrine
The Bible Believer’s Study Course is a resource to help Christians better understand the Bible. It is based on the KJV and arranged as a workbook. Lessons include: Introduction to Bible Study, The Bible, Salvation and What Happened at Salvation, Eternal Security, The Two Natures, When a Christian Sins, and Prayer. Pages: 128
A Handbook for New Christians
For the new Christian, teaching the essential next steps of Christian growth. If you have recently trusted Jesus Christ as your personal Saviour, this booklet is for you! You are now saved but maybe you are not sure what you should do next. Maybe you have questions like “Where should I go to church?” “Should I be baptized?” “Which version of the Bible should I read?” “Will I ever lose my salvation?” These questions and more are answered in this handbook. Don’t worry, this is not a deep theological study, but rather a simple step by step guide just for you – the beginner, the new Christian. Take the next step for beginners! Pages: 37
Telling Others: A Handbook for Personal Witnessing & Church Visitation
Telling Others is not a book filled with techniques, programs, or marketing plans that promise guaranteed church growth. Neither is it a motivational book laced with success stories and examples. Instead, it is a practical synopsis of the mechanics and scriptural principles of both personal witnessing and church visitation. Telling Others covers the following principles: – What should be the real motive of witnessing. – How to witness more effectively. – Different ways of how to talk to people. – How to conduct a Church Visitation ministry. – Pastoral suggestions for Church Visitation. Pages: 54
King James Only Revised Dispensationalism DISMANTLED
Most believers raised in churches that contend for the King James Bible as the infallible word of God are familiar with 2 Timothy 2:15 and the idea of dispensationalism. In fact, most Bible believers are so familiar with their Scofield Reference Bibles they can tell you which side of the page a certain passage is on from memory. For many Bible believers, dispensationalism, as a theological system, answers so called “problem passages” that clearly teach salvation by means other than “by grace…through faith” in the finished work of Jesus Christ. At the same time, many King James Only believers remain unsettled or unsure about the differences in salvation under the various dispensations. Their pastors may not emphasize or teach these distinctions, or they may have fallen prey to King James Only preachers and authors who teach just the opposite. Some of these authors have been teaching this faulty dispensational position for years while others have more recently modified this as their position. In this booklet we will briefly trace the development of dispensationalism as it relates to salvation under the various dispensations. We will show that the dispensationalism being taught by many King James Only preachers and authors is nothing more than a revised dispensational position rooted in Calvinism. We will also dismantle the faulty premises of this revised position by addressing the major points and examining their books in light of the Book. Formats: Soft Cover, E-Book Pages: 70
Rightly Dividing the Bible – Volume 1, The Basics and Background of Dispensationalism
An extensive, yet simple and easy-to-read book about how to properly interpret the Bible. GET THE BACKGROUND—The excuse that there are “so many interpretations of the Bible” is exposed with a clear concise defining of biblical terms, using the Bible itself to define those terms. DISCOVER THE HISTORY—Learn about the men, manuscripts, and movements that have shaped views of Bible interpretation. Find out who really believed the Bible and those who merely used the Bible to support their opinions. UNLOCK THE PROPHECIES—Many prophecies are unraveled and shown how they relate to the return of Christ, the church, and the nation of Israel. Format: Soft cover, Hard cover & E-Book Pages: 245
Philippians, Colossians & Philemon
New Bible Versions
This tract analyzes crucial verses to the plan of salvation. The reader is shown how new bible versions teach that salvation is hard to obtain, that it is a process and that it requires water baptism. These and other false doctrines blatantly corrupt the simplicity of the Gospel found in the King James Bible. Pages: 6
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