Cry for Ethical and Moral Strength

AuthorHouse, 30 nov. 2004 - 348 pages

It is extremely important for believers to have a broad overview of their global world. It is essential that they become aware of their culture’s mainstreams and the forces that oppose morality and godliness. With Christ as Lord and Savior, believers are obligated to a life of commitment and duty. Their Christian obedience is made possible through the power of the Holy Spirit. Unfortunately, throughout the ages there has been an astonishing digression from morality and a decline in moral fortitude. Clearly, this reality can be observed in the decisions, conduct, interactions, and life of many professing believers. This book focuses on moral principles and personal stories from people that faced dark and challenging moments in their lives; yet, emerged with mortal fortitude.

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Rest assured that the stories and theology you receive in this book are Christ-centered. Rev. Carl Sweat, Jr. is Pastor of Laurel Hill United Church of Christ, a congregational setting of Christendom. He is the author of “Why Are Women In The Ministry?” an exciting and informative book. He is founder and Director of Graduate Studies at the United Christian Institute. The diversity he offers each reader is a B.A. in Sociology with a minor in Unbar Affairs, Virginia Union University, M.S. in Administrative Science, Central Michigan University, M. Div., Providence Theological Seminary, D. Min., Providence Theological Seminary and an Honorary D.D., awarded by the United Christian Institute. Rev. Carl Sweat, Jr. extends to you a realistic, practical and objective approach to the subject “A Cry for Ethical and Moral Strength.”


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