Item description for The Incomplete Church: Unifying God's Children by Sid Roth...
Overview SUBTITLE: Unifying Gods Children
Publishers Description For 2,000 years, there has been a large separation between Judaism and Christianity. This has resulted in a lack of miracle power and intimacy with God. The Incomplete Church explores what is missing in both religions and what will happen when the truth c
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More About Sid Roth
Sid Roth has a passion for people to experience the power of God for the purpose of having intimacy with Him. He is a pioneer in the convergence of Jews and Christians in Messiah Jesus that brings about an explosion of God s power. His television program " It s Supernatural! " documents miracles and is viewed internationally."
Sid Roth currently resides in Brunswick.
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Incomplete Jul 23, 2007
This book talks about the Jew and Gentile becoming one in God or One New Man. Jewish people as a whole are spirtually blind to the gospel message.
Christian believers are to reach the Jewish people with the Gospel. The supernatural unity of Jew and Gentile will prepare the way for the Lord.
Unification Jul 11, 2007
You will find in this book the roots of anti-Semitism in the Church revealed and a prophetically proclaimed outline for the next great move of Father.
It will also reveal that the Church is incomplete without Jewish believers coming together with non-Jewish believers, as they did in the Book of Acts. Most people don't realize that the first apostles and leaders were Jews who evangelized the non-Jewish world.