Unveiling the Present-Day Ministry of Christ
* Η τιμή περιλαμβάνει το νόμιμο Φ.Π.Α.
During His ministry on earth, Jesus of Nazareth spent most of His time healing the sick, casting out demons, training disciples, teaching the people, and preaching the kingdom of God. But what is Jesus Christ doing today? What is His present-day ministry?
In Jesus Now, bestselling author Frank Viola gives us the first comprehensive treatment of what Jesus has been doing since His ascension until His second coming. In an easy-to-read format, Viola explores the seven aspects of Christ’s ministry today and shows how each one benefits the saved and the unsaved.
Open these pages and discover what the Lord Jesus Christ is doing now and how it will impact your life.
As the book unfolds the seven aspects of Christ’s present-day ministry, it answers some of the thorny questions present in 21st-century Christianity. Namely . . .
* What is grace in the biblical sense?
* When is grace being turned into license and abused?
* What is legalism and how can we detect it?
* What is “hyper-grace teaching” and how can we detect it?
* How does Jesus transform us exactly?
Jesus Now addresses these questions and many more.
“I’m not aware of any other work that so clearly fleshes out the present ministry of Christ. Using a style that is engaging and accessible to all, Frank discusses Jesus as our High Priest, our Shepherd, our Bridegroom. He then unpacks what the New Testament has to say about Jesus as the Author and Finisher of our faith, as the builder and head of the Church, and as Lord of the world. I believe readers will find this work not only informative, but transformative. The first chapter alone will set free many who live in condemnation.”
Greg Boyd, Reknew.org
“Frank Viola is a master at the discipline of historical context, and Jesus Now is a masterpiece that shows us how to ‘Christify’ our story–to move from an unscripted spirituality to a scripturally scripted identity.”
Leonard Sweet, from the Foreword
“Viola is an exuberant writer who knows his Bible. I would recommend Jesus Now to Christian leaders and discussion groups to understand the present-day ministry of Christ.”