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The Kingdom of Heaven: The most favored subject taught by Jesus A comprehensive study of the kingdom of heaven/kingdom of God in the New Testament

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Harness, Mel (Author)
  • RELIGION / Biblical Commentary / New Testament / General
  • RELIGION / Biblical Studies / New Testament / General Epistles
  • RELIGION / Biblical Studies / General
Salem Publishing Solutions
Xulon Press
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Do you know what subject Jesus talked ab more ...
Do you know what subject Jesus talked about most in the Bible?The answer might surprise you-the Kingdom of Heaven! It is time Christians gather at the feet of Jesus once again and listen to Him describe His grand message. Mel will challenge you to listen, think, and ponder scriptures about the everlasting kingdom as taught by the Lord and His disciples in the first century AD.Welcome to THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN: The most favored subject by Jesus and His followers. This book will take you through the New Testament looking at the prominence of this message. You will be engaged in a study that reveals the heart of John the Baptist, Jesus, and generations of believers who followed them.Each chapter is designed and illustrated to give you short but thought-provoking readings with summaries and reflections. You will find this book a reference resource that can also transform into your own written thoughts using the reflection at the end of each chapter or as a bible study tool. A lifelong student of the Bible, Pastor Mel Harness seeks to find answers in his pursuit of knowing God. Mel is a speaker, writer, and avid gardener who enjoys family, nature, and people. He lives in the Ozark Mountains on a twenty-acre prairie shared with family. You can learn more about him, his writing, and his interests at
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