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Gospel is Enough
Engaging the Courts for Your City by Ron Horner

Price: $19.99
Author: Scott Wallis
Subtitle: Rediscovering the Good News of Jesus Christ: His Kingdom, His Power, His Sufficiency, and His Grace
Format: Paperback
Length: 301 Pages
Published: 2017

Stock Status:In Stock

In his new book, The Gospel is Enough, Scott Wallis calls today’s church to return to its apostolic roots in the gospel message. To do that, he says, believers and leaders must answer the question: What is the Gospel? Then, we must lay aside the false gospels prevalent in the church today. If you are looking for a clarion call for restoration of the gospel message, this book will provide you the roots and foundation you need to find renewed clarity in that message.

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: The Gospel is Enough
Chapter 2: What is the Gospel?
Chapter 3: The Gospel of Grace
Chapter 4: The Gospel of the Kingdom
Chapter 5: The Gospel of Christ
Chapter 6: The Gospel of the Circumcision and Uncircumcision
Chapter 7: The Gospel of Salvation and the Gospel of Peace
Chapter 8: The Power of the Gospel
Chapter 9: The Gospel Must be Preached
Chapter 10: The Gospel Must be Published
Chapter 11: The Gospel Must be Believed
Chapter 12: These is a False Gospel
Chapter 13: The Gospel has Enemies
Chapter 14: The Gospel Must be Defended
Chapter 15: The Gospel Has Afflictions
Chapter 16: The Gospel on Display: Signs, Wonders, and Miracles
Chapter 17: The Gospel Message is Foundational

About the Author:
In 1987, through an open vision, Scott Wallis was called into the ministry office of the prophet. Since then, he has traveled as a prophet, pastored a local church, owned and/or operated several businesses, including a multimillion-dollar business and written several authoritative books on the prophetic office and ministry. He is considered a prophet, like Samuel, whose words don’t fall to the ground. Wallis is recognized as an apostolic leader and father in the prophetic movement. His books on the prophetic office and ministry have helped develop many of the prophetic leaders in the church today.