“As members of his body, we function best when we stay closely connected to the Lord, serving each other in love.” While recognizing the biblical character and calling of the Church of God, John Williams proceeds to examine what was built on that foundation and emphasizes the vital importance of local church leadership and ministry. […]
This modest volume seeks to explain, and expand on, 12 mysteries in the Word of God.
This book contains biographical lessons from ten ancient kings of Judah. All the kings selected had good spiritual health, doing “that which was right in the eyes of God”, but they failed in their struggle against evil, at least at one point, whether with adultery, culture, wealth, power, fame, pride, anger, anxiety, alliances, or idolatry. Eventually, the […]
A Surgeon Examines A Physician’s Gospel Following the publication of Expository Thoughts on Acts, I was asked if I would write another. To my surprise, here it is, Exploratory Thoughts on Luke. These Thoughts are intended to fill the gap between notes and more technical commentaries. They may be used in private quiet times or […]
‘Considering Christianity’ is an excellent booklet for the purpose of evangelism. The author begins by considering the following relevant questions: ‘Is there really a God out there?’ In reply, he examines the evidence of creation, conscience and Christ. The second question is: ‘What’s wrong with the world?’ the sub-headings are as follows: Diagnosing the Problem, […]
An Epistle With Heart is presented as an expository and devotional commentary on the Epistle to the Colossians. It contains a careful exegesis of most important Greek words that give insight into the deep significance of Christian teaching. In the text of the epistle, ethical problems are found and explained. National, religious, cultural and social […]