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A.B. Simpson uses two Old Testament examples in The Land of Promise to show the Christian that the path to sanctification is invariably full of pitfalls and that the final journey is our worth the struggle to claim the inheritance. The Land of Promise both guides and gives hope for that which is yet to come for the Christian as A.B. Simpson helps us to understand the blueprint for our life of faith. A.B. Simpson uses The Land of Promise as an attempt to open the eyes of the follower to see that God has a whole plan for them for them already laid out. The church needs to understand that its eyes need opened. And that the Lord is to be asked for our full rights to redemption in Christ. Each chapter in the book The Land of Promise describes a phrase in the process of claiming our Christian heritage using Moses and Joshua as examples from their looking over to their entering into and taking possession of the land of Canaan. A.B. Simpson, once again uses metaphor and example of biblical imagery to take us into a heavenly discussion of sanctification.
Whatever Happened to The Promised Land: How to Reclaim God's Promised BlessingsR. Richard EverettGateKeeper Publishing / 2008 / Trade Paperback$1.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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