Item description for Unifying Glory by Ruth Ward Heflin & Harold McDougal...
Overview It is the touch of glory that brings a divine joining of brother to brother. ¿ It is a miraculous uniting of the diverse members of the family of God. ¿ It is the answer to the prayer of Jesus: ¿That they all may be one.¿ God is calling us to live in the cloud of His glory, in the smoke of His presence. He wants His people to be known as ¿The People of the Glory Cloud,¿ not ¿The People Divided Into a Thousand Denominations.¿
Publishers Description Unifying Glory is the touch of glory that brings a divine joining of brother to brother, a miraculous uniting of the diverse members of the family of God and is the answer to the prayer of Jesus: "That they all may be one." God is calling us to live in the cloud of His glory, in the smoke of His presence. He wants His people to be known as "The people of the Glory cloud," not, "the people divided into a thousand denominations."
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Studio: McDougal Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.04" Width: 5.09" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.57 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2000
Publisher McDougal Publishing Comp.
ISBN 1581580061 ISBN13 9781581580068
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More About Ruth Ward Heflin & Harold McDougal
Heflin has preached to multitudes and has ministered to kings and world leaders. She has been guest chaplain at the United States Congress, as well as the Pennsylvania Senate, and hosted two presidential inaugural prayer breakfasts.
Ruth Ward Heflin currently resides in Richmond, in the state of Virginia.
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Heartbeat of Jesus Dec 6, 2000
I worked on this book with the publisher before it was published and knew that I was working with something special. This book reveals to the Body of Christ the real heartbeat of Jesus, which is "that they all may be one; as thou Father art in me and I in thee, that they also may be one in us: that the world may believe that thou hast sent me." The world will not recognize Christ in us until we are unified in Him. This is my prayer, that all of God's people would set aside their differences to focus on our common purpose: to glorify Him. If this is your prayer, then share this book with your pastor, your neighbor, your friends, and your enemies. It'll make them think more than twice about the attitudes that separate Christians from being ONE BODY IN CHRIST.
Excellent Book Jul 1, 2000
This book is an excellent reminder for Christians to avoid division and dissention and to seek unity. All of Heflin's books are easy to read, but they are not without substance. They resonate for weeks. In this book, she talks about the importance of mending relationships and truly loving people--especially those we least want to love. Without true love for one another, she warns, we risk missing God's blessing. It's not just love for lovable people, but love for everyone that we're called to show. I think it's a wonderful book.