The Bible in the Light of Our Redemption: Basic Bible Course

The Bible in the Light of Our Redemption: Basic Bible Course

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This challenging study covers the whole Bible, from Genesis to Revelation, showing the unfolding of the Plan of Redemption. It is a Basic course, which should be studied by every Christian. It will answer many questions for the new convert, and will make the Bible a new book for you. It is a course for the mature Christian as well. It shows the legal side of the Plan of Redemption... who we are and what we are in Christ. It will thrill and amaze you and challenge you to a deeper walk with Him. This course is excellent for Bible study groups as well as for individual study.

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The Hidden Man, The New Self – An Unveiling of the Subconscious Mind

The Hidden Man, The New Self - An Unveiling of the Subconscious Mind

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Trade Paperback an examination of the soul and subconscious mind

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E.W. Kenyon and the Postbellum Pursuit of Peace, Power, and Plenty

E.W. Kenyon and the Postbellum Pursuit of Peace, Power, and Plenty

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Essek William Kenyon (1867-1948) has virtually escaped scholarly notice, and yet his influence on the twentieth-century church is profound. Of particular note is Kenyon's influence on William Durham that apparently led to the first major split in Pentecostalism. Kenyon's own evangelistic work was thoroughly interdenominational, touching every major Protestant denomination of his day.

E.W. Kenyon and the Postbellum Pursuit of Peace, Power, and Plenty is the most comprehensive biography of Kenyon available today. It explores his influence on the Pentecostal/Charismatic movements, and likewise illuminates the practice of intuition and mysticism from which the 20th century message of peace, power and plenty emerged. Contains nine black and white photographs, bibliography and index.

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E.W. Kenyon The True Story: Includes previously unpublished material from his personal diary and sermon notes

E.W. Kenyon The True Story: Includes previously unpublished material from his personal diary and sermon notes

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Keys To Receiving God’s Miracles

Keys To Receiving God's Miracles

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Nothing Is too Hard for God

We read about miracles in the Bible: healing, walking on water, casting out demons, multiplying resources, and even raising the dead. We believe them in the Bible, but do we have any faith left for such miracles in our own lives? Jesus said, "With men it is impossible, but not with God; for with God all things are possible" (Mark 10:27).

Authors E. W. Kenyon and Don Gossett reveal the keys to seeing the fulfillment of God's miracles in your life today! By discovering these keys, and you will:


  • Receive healing

  • Minister healing to others

  • Build your faith for the miraculous

  • Experience financial blessing

  • Become a powerful prayer warrior

  • Overcome the schemes of the devil

  • Defeat fear and depression in your life

  • Bring others to salvation

  • Learn the secret to a long, satisfying life


Far too many Christians continue to live sickly, poor, and powerless lives, unaware of their rights, which are spelled out in Scripture and available to all believers. You can achieve great things for God by becoming a miracle–minded believer and claiming the promises of faith!

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A New Type of Christianity

A New Type of Christianity

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E.W. Kenyon was born on April 24, 1867, in Hadley, New York. At age 17, he was converted in a Methodist prayer meeting, but he struggled in the doctrinal foundations of faith and had not received the Holy Spirit. He became a church member in his early twenties and gave his first sermon at a Methodist Church in Amsterdam, New York. Although desiring to be an actor, Kenyon earned a living as a piano and organ salesperson. In an attempt to hone his acting skills, Kenyon attended the Emerson School of Oratory in Boston for one year in 1892.
During this time, Kenyon declared himself an agnostic. Kenyon first married Evva Spurling, who was also an agnostic. The two were married on May 8, 1893. Shortly afterward, Kenyon attended the services of Clarendon Street Church led by pastor Adoniram Judson (A.J.) Gordon. At this service, Kenyon and his wife became Christians.
Later that year, Kenyon joined the Free Will Baptists and became a pastor at a small church in Elmira, New York. In 1898, Kenyon opened Bethel Bible Institute in Spencer, Massachusetts, which remained in operation until 1923. He was its president for twenty-five years. The school later moved to Providence, Rhode Island and became Providence Bible Institute. It later became Barrington College and merged with Gordon College, which was named after one of Kenyon's many mentors, A.J. Gordon.

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