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A Rooster Once Crowed
by Bryant Cornett




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From a one-room Sunday school class the lesson that s been downloaded over 8,000 times in 54 countries comes A Rooster Once Crowed, A Commentary on the Greatest Story Ever Told. We live in those few moments between the first and the second crow of the rooster: between decision and indecision, between knowing and being known. But do you even care? Small decisions made today establish our path for all time, and yet we piddle with a piece of this and a taste of that. We diet on wisdom from antiquity and gorge on culture that is next month's joke. This story is an opportunity to gorge on Scripture, from Genesis to Revelation, in context. It is the Gospel of Jesus Christ and an opportunity to see for yourself what it actually is, rather than what we mold it to be, and to finally choose whether or not to care. Through small stories and a modern context, this book will help you understand and decide what you believe about the greatest story ever told."

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Overview

From a one-room Sunday school class the lesson that s been downloaded over 8,000 times in 54 countries comes A Rooster Once Crowed, A Commentary on the Greatest Story Ever Told. We live in those few moments between the first and the second crow of the rooster: between decision and indecision, between knowing and being known. But do you even care? Small decisions made today establish our path for all time, and yet we piddle with a piece of this and a taste of that. We diet on wisdom from antiquity and gorge on culture that is next month's joke. This story is an opportunity to gorge on Scripture, from Genesis to Revelation, in context. It is the Gospel of Jesus Christ and an opportunity to see for yourself what it actually is, rather than what we mold it to be, and to finally choose whether or not to care. Through small stories and a modern context, this book will help you understand and decide what you believe about the greatest story ever told."

 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781940262079
  • ISBN-10: 1940262070
  • Publisher: Carpenter's Son Publishing
  • Publish Date: January 2014
  • Page Count: 207
  • Dimensions: 8.6 x 5.6 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.65 pounds


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