Anointed to Serve: Law and Grace: Volume I

AuthorHouse, 12/08/2005 - 116 páginas

One of the age-old debates in Christian circles is the controversy between law and grace.  Old Testament law and New Testament grace stand in somewhat of a unique relationship to each other.  This unusual position has brought about a point of view that, some churches in the Christian circle, do not relate to Old Testament at all.   There are churches that brag about the fact that they are a “New Testament Church", and totally ignore the Old Testament.  Jesus addressed this issue in the Matt 5:17 Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil. (KJV)  Old Testament prophecies are fulfilled in the New Testament.  He did not come to destroy the law, because the law was important to Him.  In this book law will take on a somewhat different attitude and grace will stand alongside in total harmony.

In an effort to harmonize law and grace, police work and chaplain ministry, this book was written.  This is a collection of devotional thoughts that have been used on Sunday morning to encourage dialogue.  And show the men and women of law enforcement and the law enforcement chaplains that God''s word can be used to harmonize their respected labors.


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Rev Joe Huff has been the senior pastor of Cornerstone Ministries for 15 years.  In 1995 he became a chaplain with the Anderson Police Department Anderson, Indiana.  He is an honorary member of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 48 and serves as chaplain.  He is an elected member of the Police Merit Commission of Anderson, Indiana.  And is an active member of the International Association of Christian Chaplains.  His faithfulness in ministry to the men and women of the Police Departments of Anderson and Madison County has earned him their love and respect.





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