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God’s “Hitchhike” Evangelist
The Biography of Rolfe Barnard
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E. A. Johnston | MP3

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ISBN: 978-0-9860143-4-5
Type: Paperback
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Author: E.A. Johnston
Binding: PAPERBACK
Pages: 282 pages
A biographical account of Evangelist Rolfe Barnard's life mainly drawn from his sermons and containing what Dr. Johnston has called Ten Classic Sermons. It will cause you to worship the Triune God for His omnipotent power in saving sinners and rejoice in His eternal love, sovereign grace, and infinite mercy. This book will remind every God-called preacher that the God we serve is thrice holy, and both preacher and hearer will be called to stand before Him who is a “jealous God” and know that “it is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God.” This book will cause you to pray the "Lord of the harvest" to raise up in our beloved Republic, from coast to coast and border to border, a band of fearless, Spirit-filled preachers like Barnard. Such men will call our churches back to New Testament Christianity, where weeping over and boldly witnessing to sinners is seen again as one of the primary ways of glorifying God as a result of having Biblically worshipped the Triune God. PRE-PUBLICATION SPECIAL $14.99 + free shipping.
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