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Eight Kingdoms (Caselot)

by Michael Pearl
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Display Name Eight Kingdoms (Caselot)
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Product Type Case
Media Print
ISBN 978-1-892112-62-0
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Language English
Author Michael Pearl
Manufacturer No Greater Joy Ministries, Inc.
Publication Date Jul 1, 2006
Pages 200
Binding Perfect Paperback
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The Bible speaks of eight kingdoms. Two of the eight kingdoms - the kingdom of God and the kingdom of heaven - constitute the central message of the New Testament. Yet the kingdom message is completely unknown by a large majority of ministers and their congregations all across this land.

You can't see one of them. One is coming but you can't be a part of it. Another must be resisted. You have been removed from another. You must honor another that is evil. One is now fighting for its life. One is going to smash all the others and reign forever on the earth.

If you are up to a challenge, you will assuredly know the difference when you are finished reading this book. If you don't want to be challenged, don't bother buying this book.

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Eight Kingdoms
...and then there was ONE.

There are eight types of kingdoms spoken of in the Bible. Two of those kingdoms — the kingdom of God and the kingdom of heaven — constitute the central message of the New Testament. If all the text that speaks directly of these two kingdoms were removed from the New Testament, there wouldn’t be enough left to fill up a single page in a newspaper. Yet, the kingdom message is completely unknown by a large majority of ministers and their congregations all across this land. There has never been anything spoken so much, yet understood so little. The errors of reformed theology and Armenianism alike are rooted in a misunderstanding of the kingdoms. Most cults and many of the denominational differences today can be traced to a lack of understanding of the mystery of the kingdoms. The key to understanding the entire Bible is found in knowing the differences among the eight kingdoms, but especially these two — the kingdom of God and the kingdom of heaven. When you finish reading this book, you will assuredly know the difference.