There are those that are hungering and thirsting for His righteousness and not finding it,” Hasbrouck believes. “Many churches today have a form of Godliness, but deny the power thereof.
Vancouver, WA (PRWEB) December 14, 2012
In Colossians 2:8, Paul writes, “Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ.” According to author D. Warren Hasbrouck, many churches today have turned to the traditions of men instead of God, causing complacency and vanity. “This is an issue that needs to be addressed if Christians are to return righteousness to the church,” he says. In his new book “The Bride’s Missing Gifts: Apostles and Prophets” (published by iUniverse) Hasbrouck tackles this important subject.
“There are those that are hungering and thirsting for His righteousness and not finding it,” Hasbrouck believes. “Many churches today have a form of Godliness, but deny the power thereof.”
In “The Bride’s Missing Gifts,” Hasbrouck shares his thoughts on why the church is suffering and how it is imperative to turn to apostolic and prophetic authority to build up the body of Christ. Through short, easy-to-understand chapters, he discusses the nature of God, the foundation of the church, and the role of the apostles.
In addition, Hasbrouck shares his personal correspondence with a local church about these same issues, offering a concrete example of how to put Jesus Christ back at the head of the church. By digging deep into the Scriptures and focusing on God’s plan for His body of believers, Christians can remove division and reclaim unity in Christ.
“The Bride’s Missing Gifts” deeply explores the importance of the apostolic and prophetic ministries being active in the Bride of Christ, helping readers come into a deeper relationship with God in order for the church to become a glorious Bride.
About the Author
D. Warren Hasbrouck has served God for many years in different ways in men’s ministry and prison ministry. He is pursuing an associate degree from a biblical theological institute and lives in Washington State.
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