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A Very Small Bookstore

Let me take you into a very small bookstore to let you browse for a while. There are only eight books, so you will be able to pick up each one and read its description on the back cover. If any one of them catches your attention and you think you would like to read it, please order it at the following email address: . The price of each one is $6.00 or euros, plus postage, except for the Psalms meditation book, which is $8.00 or euros, plus postage.

The Christ of the Apocalypse

Here is a small book written with an unskilled pen. It concerns the most magnificent personality ever to cross the paths of mortal men. I am not worthy to pronounce His name, much less am I capable of expounding on the least of His qualities. Yet the Psalmist commands, “Let everything that hath breath praise the Lord.” Therefore, I hope I am not too presumptuous in attempting to exhale a little of what I have inhaled as I meditated on the Christ of the Apocalypse.
Lowell Brueckner

Leonard Ravenhill said: “Of a dozen books I have on the Apocalypse, this one has moved me most.”

Introduction to Isaiah


Introduction to the Prophecies of the Book of Isaiah

Chapter 1

Verse 1: The vision of Isaiah the son of Amoz concerning Judah and Jerusalem, which he saw during the reigns of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz and Hezekiah, kings of Judah.

After having finished reading through the Old Testament in October, 2014, I began an intensive study of the book of Zechariah. I benefitted immensely, poring verse by verse over this book, rich in prophecy, concerning the first and second coming of the Messiah. I have an obligation to share what I learn with the lambs and sheep of God’s flock and, for that reason, I wrote commentaries in expository form on the whole book. In the same way, I gave expository messages, wherever I travelled. I hope that the listeners and readers have profited, as much as I have, from those extraordinary prophecies.

Dr. Shepson's Testimony


This is not a very artful presentation, but it is a tremendous testimony, written by Dr. Charles
Shepson himself. Dr. Shepson was a friend of my brother, who worked with Shepson to found a church north of St. Paul, Minnesota. He was a man who trusted God in practical form. While still attending Bible school, Shepson got in line at the office to pay his semester's tuition with no money in his pocket. Before he reached the window, someone came up to him and presented him with enough to cover it.

Since I am pasting scans here, there are spaces between the pages and there are eight pages altogether. Be sure not to stop scrolling before you reach the next page...

USA, Romania and Greece


August 27 through October 8

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Volunteers' camp at Lepsa, Romania
Several months ago, I made a commitment to speak at a weekend retreat for summer volunteer workers at Teen Ranch in the mountains near Lepsa, Romania. According to camp director, Ionut Lerca, these young people had dedicated time, throughout the camp season, not only to help with the many chores on the campsite, but also to reach out a helping hand and a caring heart to the campers.

The week following the retreat, families would come from various areas of Romania to gather around the Word of God, as well as to enjoy a time of fellowship. I requested that these dates would be placed, as late as possible in September, so that there would be a little distance between them and our granddaughter, Jessica’s, wedding on September 12.

Margaret and I planned to leave Spain on August 27, in order to spend as much time as possible with different members of our family before the wedding. Because of a legal stipulation, I thought it would be necessary to return home shortly afterwards. Upon further thought and investigation, I saw that this condition would not apply to our trip. Therefore, in order to make the most of it, we extended our time in the States to September 22.

Exposé of Mormon Polygamy


An early Mormon polygamist family
It is extremely important to know the roots of any spiritual tree. Jesus taught that if a tree is evil, it cannot produce good fruit. He said, “Beware of false prophets, who come to you dressed as sheep, but inside they are devouring wolves. You will fully recognize them by their fruits. Do people pick grapes from thorns, or figs from thistles?” (Mt.7:15-16)

John the Baptist said, “The axe is already laid to the root of the trees; therefore every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire” (Mt.3:10). John is preaching repentance and repentance is absolutely necessary, if there is to be entrance by faith into the gospel. Bad fruit comes from bad roots and good fruit cannot be expected until the old roots are dug up and abandoned. What is apparently “good fruit” is a deception, unless repentance has taken place.

The Mormons, the second fastest growing movement on earth have been on a campaign for legitimacy among evangelicals. This should not happen without a thorough renunciation of their founder, Joseph Smith, and his teachings. Yesterday, I became aware of a reopening of a Mormon museum, in which Smith’s polygamy is admitted. He had over 30 wives and this fact is documented to the degree that the Mormon Church can no longer hide it. However, polygamy, in Smith’s case, was preceded by adultery, which was later justified as “polygamy”, which became, then, an accepted practice by Mormons. The attempt to make polygamy a biblical doctrine was only a cover-up for mass adultery. Joseph Smith had sexual relations with eleven women, married at the same time to other men.