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All books using the keywords: Clinton Macomber

For Believers Only Dale Satterthwaite, speaker; Clinton Macomber, editor
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781936415038
The author, Dale Satterthwaite (1909-1973), was a pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church of downtown Los Angeles for most of his adult life. He was a giant among pastors, and instilled in all who attended the church there with an intense compassion for spreading the gospel to everyone. His church was always filled with new believers as well as seasoned saints of God. He showed the editor the photos of past memberships through the decades of his ministry, and out just about every past member as one who left to become a Pastor or Missionary elsewhere, leaving him the job of seeking to build up the replacements. This book is a collection of twelve of his sermons during the last year of his ...
What Really Matters? Clinton Macomber
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781936415069
The book of Daniel is taken either to extract some amazing children’s stories, or to cover facts of history. Some even use the book to present prophetic truths. What about stopping this clipping process and considering the book as a whole? Is there a series of truths that are being illustrated in the book? Could the book have a practical application to today’s Christian? This book does not get into the prophecy, history, or fantastic stories of the book, but instead takes a broad look of each chapter to find lessons for today. The book follows the life of Daniel from his youth to his old age. It shares some dilemmas in detail and glosses over other dramatic events with a simple mention. ...
What Really Matters? Workbook Clinton Macomber
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781936415083
What Really Matters? Everyone has an opinion! But no one has the answers. We try to figure out day to day what matters, and if left to our own devices will get it wrong. God created us, watches us constantly, knows our ancestry, and is frankly the only one that can answer this question. It is often a difficult thing to close down the entire racket: the advertisers, the advisors, the friends, the relatives, the neighbors, the scientists, the doctors, the politicians, etc. If we are going to hear God, and His advice, we have to turn the volume switch off on everyone in this world. It takes time alone with God and His word before we will even begin to understand what really matters. The b ...