In the Cleft of the Rock

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Xulon Press, 2007 - Religion - 156 pages
Where is the "cleft of the rock?" How do we get there? What will we find once we arrive? Both Moses and the Shulamite woman had extraordinary encounters with God in the cleft of the rock. What did they discover hidden there, and why is it important for us? In the Cleft of the Rock offers dramatic Biblical insights into the process of bringing the soul into submission to the spirit, and thereby walking in the Glory of God on a daily basis. If you sincerely desire to see the Glory of God manifested in your life, this book is for you. The Apostle Peter instructs us that the "completion, or the perfection, of our faith is the saving of the soul." What does this mean, and how do we accomplish it? This book answers those questions, and many more. Michael Webb graduated from the University of Florida with High Honors and obtained his J.D. from the same university. He has spent over two decades studying the Bible. He previously published two Biblically-based supernatural thrillers, The Master's Quilt and Balaam's Error. Currently, he is the U.S. Director of The Obed Project, a non-profit ministry that focuses on educational and service tours to Israel. Michael and his wife, Ophelia, make their home in North Carolina. Together they have traveled to such diverse places as the Ukraine, Honduras, and Israel, teaching the Word of God.
 

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Contents

Gethsemane
15
Two Spirits
27
Hebron
45
The Living Torah
57
Resurrection Power
71
Jobs Heart
87
Prepare Him a Habitation
99
Abiding in Him
109
From Glory to Glory
125
His Precious Blood
139
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