Read online or download a free book: Christianity Is A White Collar Job
Publisher: Xulon Press (4 April 2011)
By: M DIV Les Brittingham B S (Author)
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In Christianity is a White Collar Job author Les Brittingham boldly states that, 'Nothing of spiritual significance happens on the earth apart from the active ministry of the priestly church.' Three aspects of the believer's priesthood are discussed in this compelling work: the priest (position), the temple (place), and the sacrifice-offerings (practices). Each is explained in three dimensions: the Old Testament (foreshadowing), the person of Jesus Christ (fulfillment), and the church (forwarding). You will gain a new perspective on how to change your world through your priesthood by being the church and not just going to church. This work is a must read for anyone serious about the work of the kingdom. This book is classic Les Brittingham. While laying a rich theological foundation, he challenges believers to get up out of the church seat and take up the role as world-changing priests in God's kingdom. This powerful and unique work encourages us to leave behind the unimportant and embrace with vision and passion our true calling as priests of the Most High God. Once again, Les is more! TODD and MEGAN MACGAFFEN Former pastors and American diplomats in the Middle East, now working in Indonesia among Muslims. Les Brittingham is a Bible scholar who has been teaching biblical studies in various academic settings for over 25 years and he was a pastor in the Foursquare denomination for 15 years. He is also the author of a popular trilogy on the prophetic: Taking a Second Look at the Second Coming, Decoding Daniel, and Revelation Unraveled, as well as Kingdom Combat, a treatise on spiritual warfare.
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