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Carlos de Leon has led an ideal life under his father’s care in Spain. Every day with his father, Shane Leoppard, is like an adventure. That is, until, Shane succumbs to an assassin’s bullet and dies in his son’s arms. Twelve-year-old Carlos is left all alone in the world, with only his father’s teachings to keep him safe.
But that might be all he needs. Shane taught him how to be deliberative, stealthy, and, most importantly, lethal. Carlos thinks he needs all these skills to survive the road ahead. His path will be a dark one as he swears vengeance on those responsible for his father’s death. Retribution will take him from the Roma community of France to the American Ozarks, and back, in this daring thriller. Will Carlos find revenge or redemption in his quest to avenge his father?
Cold War plots combine with supernatural encounters in this heart-pounding adventure. Author and pastor Nikolas Larum provides a unique look at espionage from a spiritual perspective. The gypsy spy will have to confront his demons to save the world from war and not lose his soul.
In an age that views blood as more of a biohazard than a life saver and considers sacrificial rites to be the primitive superstitions of a bygone era, we need a renewed understanding of the fountain of our faith. The message of Scripture is consistent: without the shedding of blood there is no remission of sins. What is so special about blood?
Men bleed, angels don't—why?
How could animal blood atone for man's sin?
What do Passover and the Day of Atonement mean for the Christian?
What sacrifices are required for a clean conscience?
How does the blood of Jesus unite the body of Christ?
In The Blood of Jesus Christ, pastor and teacher Nikolas Larum lays open the redemptive vein of our faith. With insights from hematology and the Old Testament sacrificial system, he gives practical instruction on what the blood of Jesus Christ was and is and how we as New Testament priests are to apply it. Follow the blood trail and learn how to be free from sin and remain pure as the called bride of Christ.
First published in 2005, this ePub Edition has been updated with minor edits and is formatted for e-readers.
In painting a picture of Himself, the Holy Spirit wasn’t content to be cast in singular hues. He has far too many dimensions to His personality for monochromatic expressions to do Him justice. His infiniteness required symbolic language that on the surface appears contradictory but in actuality works to provide us a glimpse of the breadth, length, depth, and height of His Being. Thus, He is wind and cloud, water and fire, oil and lamp, dove and eagle, to name a few. It is through this language of symbol that we are enabled to begin to grapple with the Third Person of the Trinity.
How do you hug a spirit? Better to ask how the Spirit hugs you. It is my earnest hope and desire that you feel His embrace as you read this work.
Includes illustrations and bibliography.