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A Christian Approach to Doomsday Prepping:
Common Sense Talk about being Prepared for the Inevitable.

C. Alan Martin

The world system is about to face a time of correction. We know this both from scriptural revelation and the history of the world. Nation after nation that has forgotten God has fallen into times of correction and chastisement. We know that the law of sowing and reaping applies to men, cities, and nations. But we must address the faith of the believer who lives in a locality that has apostatized and turned against God. What are believers expected to endure? Can a believer exercise faith and receive protection from God during the times of chaos? Can believers expect to be protected from what is coming upon the land? First of all, we must accept and believe what is coming. Some think that to have faith for coming hard times means “do not worry because that is doubt”. But in this context, this contradicts the concept of belief. If you knew beforehand that a dam was going to break and flood your town and you really believed it was coming, what would you do? Would you go home presuming that God was going save you, your family, and your loved ones from the onrushing torrent of water? Or would you act in accordance with your belief? Would you sound the alarm, gather up you family and loved ones, and head for higher ground? I think if you really believed death was heading toward you, the thing to do is the latter. You will have “corresponding actions” in line with what you believed. Major update. 4/15/2017. Added more material and reformat for easier reading. Reduced Price! You NEED this book! Pass it out to your friends and neighbors. Add a copy to your church library.

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The Diary of a Christian Prepper

C. Alan Martin

Christian Prepper 3 year Diary

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Why Christians Should Prep:
Scriptural and Logical Reasons to Prep

C. Alan Martin

We will discuss what may be coming and why. We will also discuss where you stand in the scheme of all that will shortly transpire upon the land. With the diminishing popularity of the show “Doomsday Prepping,” we have opted to re-issue the book under this new title. Previously published as "A Christian Approach to Doomsday Prepping."

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Did Jesus Christ Speak with New Tongues?

C. Alan Martin

In this book, we will establish that Jesus spoke in tongues.

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Fate, Chance,
and Accidents in the Bible:
The Existence of Chance in The Plan of God

C. Alan Martin

The instant that God “created” a thing, there was a release of His power and control into the thing that was created. Something existed that did not exist before, and that created thing must have within it the power to remain. Without the release of power and control to the created thing, there was really no creation. It would not come into existence nor would it stand. The “thing” would merely be an extension of an existing thing i.e. God. If the thing created does not possess freedom from control, then it is merely an appendage of the creator. If creation is to be a genuine separate, stand-alone creation, then the created thing must possess a measure of both power and sovereignty. Therefore, every item in creation has a measure of both power and sovereignty by virtue of its mere existence.

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Revelation Knowledge:
The Construction of Faith In the Spirit

C. Alan Martin

“Revelation knowledge” has absolutely nothing to do with any new revelation or new interpretation or scriptures. Revelation knowledge is Word knowledge that the Holy Spirit has inserted into your spirit where it then becomes "faith." You had a bit of "revelation knowledge" when you were born again. God revealed into your heart the truth about Jesus and the gospel. You may have had a "head knowledge" about Jesus before that, but it did not become faith until the Holy Spirit inserted that truth into your spirit as a piece of "revelation knowledge.""Belief comes by being spiritually aware of truth, and spiritual awareness of the truth is achieved by the reception of a spoken word from Christ." Romans 10:17

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Foundational Teachings:
First Principles of the Oracles of God

C. Alan Martin

We can say with all the authority of Scripture that your development as a child of God is either being accelerated or hindered by your knowledge or lack thereof, concerning the Foundation Doctrines of the Oracles of God as presented in these pages. We shall prove these statements, beyond any doubt, in the opening pages of this book. A simple question to prove my point: Can you, at this moment, list out the six Foundational Teachings of the Doctrine of Christ? Did you know that these six teachings are listed in the Scriptures both in content and in order of importance? Moreover, you are likely unaware of the dangerous position you are currently occupying because of this ignorance. Did you know that this lack of knowledge will not only block your progress in the Kingdom but may also potentially lead you to great harm! This is true, and as we have stated, we will reveal and prove every word contained in these cautionary statements.

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The Prophesying Deacon!:
Servantry Work will Improve the Fluency and Power of your Prophesying

C. Alan Martin

This little book is designed to help you see the importance of the office of a Deacon and how the faithful fulfillment of that office can increase your boldness and free you up in the manifestation of prophesying. This is an introduction to the topic and I have other books which will delve deeper into the topics of spiritual gifts.

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Can A Christian Be A False Prophet?

C. Alan Martin

The difference between the NT prophetic and OT prophetic is clear when we consider the relative missions of each covenant. The OT was God revealing to men their fallen natures and their need for a new birth. It was the "word of condemnation." Hence OT prophets spoke words of condemnation in accordance with that mission and covenant. The NT is the covenant of the new birth and reconciliation. It is the covenant of faith. Hence ALL NT prophecies will speak words of faith and reconciliation. How do you judge these prophecies? You judge them by determining if they edify, comfort, or exhort us to better things. If you have a prophet that goes around stuck in the OT prophetic and all he does is speak words of condemnation... then you judge according to that guideline.

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You Can Know God and His Will

C. Alan Martin

You can know God and His will.

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Fate, Chance, and Accidents in the Bible:
The Existence of Chance in The Plan of God

C. Alan Martin

These are selected chapters from the book “The ‘God is in Control of Everything’ Myth” These specific chapters were selected because they touch upon the topics of chance, fate, and accidents.

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How to Prophesy from the Spirit of Christ Within You:
How to Prophesy on Purpose with Purpose

C. Alan Martin

You have come looking for instructions on how to prophesy, and we are going to get to that. However, what I want to impress upon you is that you have already prophesied! Moreover, you done it many times! You just did not realize what you were doing as you did it.

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How to Never Sin Again:
Overcoming the World by Faith

C. Alan Martin

All spirits have logosystems. God, men, demons, and angels all have logosystems. Spirits communicate with each other on the spirit level. Spirit information can only be “communed” from one spirit to another. Reading, carnal speaking (that is soulical speaking), and other non-spiritual communication does not transfer spirit information into your spirit. Carnal (that is soulical) information does not translate nor is it recognized by spirits. “Revelation” is the process by which one spirit communes spiritual information to another spirit.

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The Mechanics and Operation
of Spiritual Gifts
Volume 1

C. Alan Martin

There is a wealth of information, and misinformation on the subject of Spiritual Gifts and Ministry Gifts (also referred to as Body Ministry). In the early 1900s, many ministers and students of the Bible began to experience and to be led into the area of Spiritual Gifts. In places like Azusa Street Los Angeles there were occurrences of speaking with other tongues, healings, miracles, and other manifestations of the Holy Spirit. 1 Corinthians 12 8 For to one is given by the Spirit the word of wisdom; to another the word of knowledge by the same Spirit; 9 To another faith by the same Spirit; to another the gifts of healing by the same Spirit; 10 To another the working of miracles; to another prophecy; to another discerning of spirits; to another divers kinds of tongues; to another the interpretation of tongues: It is also evident from the wording that all believers have been allocated one or more of these gifts. 1 Corinthians 12 7 But the manifestation of the Spirit is given to every man to profit withal. 1 Corinthians 12 11 But all these worketh that one and the selfsame Spirit, dividing to every man severally as he will. It is the goal of this book to assist the reader in discovering their gift(s). Since those early days the movement has spread under titles such as the “Pentecostal Movement,” the “Healing Revival,” the “Word of Faith Movement,” and the “Charismatic Movement.” Each of these movements has added elements to an overall restoration of the Gifts and Ministries of the early Church. In addition this restorational movement has expanded to include what some refer to as the “5 fold ministries.” These including the Apostle, the Prophet, the Teacher, the Evangelist, and the Pastor.

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The Mechanics and Practice of Prophesying:
How To Prophesy

C. Alan Martin

Supernatural Prophecy is a manifestation of the Holy Spirit listed in 1 Corin12. Relatively few people have this gift of the Holy Spirit... and most of them are ministers. Only if you have this manifestation of the Holy Spirit can you use "divine attribution" as in "I the Lord say to you....".

Spiritual Prophecy is the act of speaking forth from the spirit of Christ in you... In other words your own born again spirit. The vast majority of prophecy we hear is this. It is the act of speaking forth from the compassion and faith of your spirit unto the edification, comfort, and exhortation of your fellow believers. Unlike the Supernatural Gift of Prophecy described above... ALL believers can do this. We all have born again spirits, and we can all speak forth out of them.

4/17/2017 - Major rewrite and reformat. Reduced price!

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The Logosystem:
A Revelation of The Abiding Word

C. Alan Martin

All spirits have logosystems. God, men, demons, and angels all have logosystems. Spirits communicate with each other on the spirit level. Spirit information can only be “communed” from one spirit to another. Reading, carnal speaking (that is soulical speaking), and other non-spiritual communication does not transfer spirit information into your spirit. Carnal (that is soulical) information does not translate nor is it recognized by spirits. “Revelation” is the process by which one spirit communes spiritual information to another spirit.

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The Mechanics of Belief:
A Faith Manifesto

C. Alan Martin

Today many are breaking upon the meat of the word in revelation and in experience. You can tell who they are because they are learning to speak forth the word of Christ from out of their own spirit (which is "not I but Christ in me"). They have learned who they are in Christ and who Christ is in them. They are on frontiers of spirit and Spirit. They discern a difference between Spirit and spirit. They have discovered what great and glorious thing has been birthed within them. They are the spiritual explorers, the spiritual scientists, and the spiritual vanguard. They are the point of the sword and the tip of the arrow. Their attitude is that of children in a secret clubhouse. They dare to go places their parents have told them are too dangerous. They are overcome with curiosity. What is on the other side of that hill, in the attic, the cellar, and buried long and forgotten within that ancient mound? Many established in the old theology fear to tread in these places. They do not want to know.

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The Dual Nature Theory

C. Alan Martin

The Dual Nature theory.

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The Faith of God

C. Alan Martin

Does God Possess Faith? This question is being discussed across the Christian community. Is God a faith being? Does God use faith? Did He use faith to speak creation in to existence? Did Jesus use the God kind of Faith when He cursed the fig tree? These are questions believers have to know the answers to. Theou in the NT Theou is the Greek word translated "of God" throughout the NT. We will prove that this is the correct translation when used in Mark 11:22 The Context of Mark 11:22 The correct meaning of any word is derived from the context of the passage/sentence in which it is used. We shall show that the correct context in Mark 11:22 is "the God kind of faith." Faith is an action and attribute of a spiritual being. God is a spiritual being and it is logical to believe that He possesses all the attributes that any spirit would possess. This includes love, faith, joy, and peace. We shall show that God in fact possesses each of these. “In God” We shall show why Mark 11:22 should not be translated "in God." The Greek preposition "en" (in) does not exist in this verse and it should not be added. The verse is perfectly understandable as it was written. "Have the faith of God." Other Resources We shall present dozens of expert and scholarly opinions as to why Mark 11:22 should in fact be translated "faith of God."

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Suddenly Saved:
The Mechanics of Salvation Faith

C. Alan Martin

Years ago I was discussing salvation with some friends. Some of them said they knew exactly when they were saved. Some stated that they went down to an alter and “gave their life to Jesus” and were thusly saved. I struggled to try and remember exactly when I was saved and how it came to pass in my life. I was saved in 1971. I was not saved in a church and was not even saved by someone witnessing to me. In fact I did not know any Christians at the time. I worked at a local mall in Pittsburgh and would walk to and from work after school. I was saved by reading a tract. I do not remember where I found it or if someone gave it to me. I remember reading it while walking back from work. Frankly it was not a very good tract, or rather it was not a tract that appealed to the mind of the reader. It was filled with strange pictures that were supposed to represent the heart of a man. It showed Jesus sitting on a throne located in the little man’s heart. While I could certainly see what the author was saying, it did not make a lot of sense to me. A throne in your heart? Asking Jesus into your life? It left me wondering what I was supposed to do and how to do it. The good part is that the tract did have scriptures. Of course I read those scriptures along with the parts that made no sense. I kept the tract and read it several times over the period of a few weeks. I bought a little pocket testament and read through it. I cannot tell you exactly when it happened, but at some point it clicked. The Word was inserted into my spirit and I was saved. I do not remember praying or asking the Lord to do anything. I did not see where the Bible said to do or ask such things. So when my friends were talking about when they were saved and decisions that they made, it kind of confused me. I do not remember making a decision or asking the Lord to do anything. I just became aware that I too knew that Jesus was Lord and that He died for my sins. I cannot remember saying “ok, I accept that, I believe that.” I do not remember deciding anything along these lines. I just remember “knowing” it was true. E.W. Kenyon said that he never tried to get anyone to believe anything. I can see that. You can imagine trying to talk someone into accepting that invisible things exist. How would you do that? How would you talk someone into accepting that an angel was present in the room with them? The mind exists in the realm of logic and memory. The mind may say the words “I agree, there are invisible things”, but that is essentially “magical thinking.” This means the words are just being parroted without any understanding behind them. It is like saying “the dog is a cat.” That is a grammatically correct sentence, but logically it is just a jumbled collection of words that make no sense. And the mind exists in the realm of sense. This is not faith. I have tried arguing people into belief. The arguing did not work. I have tried rationalizing people into belief. That did not work either. In desperation I have tried playing on their emotions and even their fears. This did not work either, and in fact may have had the opposite effect. We need to return to the simplicity of the Gospel. All these approaches are attempting to get people to make a mental or emotional decision for Christ. They may work occasionally, at least superficially and for short while. If they stick and remain, it is not because of our efforts to convince them. They usually only remain for a period of time proportional to the depth of their dedication, conviction, and emotions. These efforts do not result in salvation because they do not result in actual spiritual belief. Belief does not come by choice or emotional conviction. These are soulical methods used in the realm of the natural. Belief is spiritual. True belief comes by spiritual revelation. You cannot talk someone into belief because faith is a function of the spirit and needs to be acquired by spiritual methods. 4/17/17 Reformated. Reduced Price!

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The Big Book of Faith and Healing

C. Alan Martin

Large, 81/2 X 11 inch, 300 pages. 500 topics on faith, healing, scripture.

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Job!: Killing the Most Sacred Cow

C. Alan Martin

This book will overthrow the false teachings that have been placed upon believers. Forget everything you thought you knew about Job, Control, Sovereignty, and suffering. Prepare to be delivered from these false teachings.

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The Mechanics and Practice of Speaking in Tongues:
How to Speak in Tongues “On Purpose with Purpose”

C. Alan Martin

The Challenge We are going to present (and prove) a number of concepts in this study that are new and even revolutionary to the student of speaking in new tongues. Among these concepts are: • All men have (passively) spoken in tongues from birth, even before they spoke in their native tongue. This includes non-Christians. • Speaking in tongues is a natural and normal thing to do. • People were (actively) speaking in tongues hundreds of years before Christ was born. • New tongues are not real languages and cannot be understood by any man. They can be understood by God because of His power. • The believers in Acts Chapter Two were not speaking in new tongues. • Jesus spoke in new tongues. • By speaking in new tongues one can commune with God, heal the sick, and raise the dead. • You can learn to (actively) speak in new tongues, and do it at will. • Speaking in new tongues is for all intents and purposes gibberish. It is gibberish that only God (by His supernatural power) can understand. • A spiritual thing is not necessarily a supernatural thing. • Speaking in new tongues is a “merely spiritual” manifestation as opposed to a supernatural manifestation. • Speaking in new tongues is not “diversities of tongues”. • “Diversities of tongues” is both a spiritual manifestation and a supernatural manifestation. • Speaking in tongues is a co-operative effort between the spirit and the soul. Numbers. It is estimated that: • 600 million humans believe in the practice of speaking in tongues. • As of April 2006, 500 million humans practice speaking in tongues. • The number of those speaking in tongues has increased 168 million since 1988. • Denominations that promote speaking in tongues add 20 million converts to their pews each year. • 100 million Catholics identify with the Charismatic movement and speaking tongues. • If these statistics are true and continue. By 2025 there could be over 1.14 billion believers who practice speaking in tongues. Rewrite and Reformat. 4/15/2017

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The "God is in Control of Everything" Myth:
A Creation of the Possible

C. Alan Martin

As you read this book, the thoughts might cross your mind: “Why did the author choose to write it?” “What is he trying to accomplish with these words?” You might even feel like I am attacking your dearly held beliefs for no reason. I want to assure you that I have nothing against you or anyone else who holds to the things I am addressing in these pages. To the contrary, for many years I have seen Christians who are bound by the erroneous concepts I am speaking of here, and as a result have become defeated, distressed, depressed, and disillusioned. They wonder why God is angry at them and why He is bringing so much hardship into their lives. They are trapped in a mindset that holds God responsible for all the evil and pain not only in their lives but also in the lives of their loved ones and indeed the entire human race. At some point, these false beliefs have destroyed their faith. Year after year of hearing these things have slowly eroded that simple, child-like faith that they first possessed.9On the morrow, as they went on their journey, and drew nigh unto the city, Peter went up upon the housetop to pray about the sixth hour: 10And he became very hungry, and would have eaten: but while they made ready, he fell into a trance, 11And saw heaven opened, and a certain vessel descending unto him, as it had been a great sheet knit at the four corners, and let down to the earth: 12Wherein were all manner of fourfooted beasts of the earth, and wild beasts, and creeping things, and fowls of the air. 13And there came a voice to him, Rise, Peter; kill, and eat. 14But Peter said, Not so, Lord; for I have never eaten any thing that is common or unclean. 15And the voice spake unto him again the second time, What God hath cleansed, that call not thou common. 16This was done thrice: and the vessel was received up again into heaven.Before you read this book, ask yourself if you are ready to confront the truth about the things that are in the Word and in the world around you. Do you see the dichotomy between the “God is in control of everything” teaching and the obvious contradictions you see in the world around you? Are you ready to throw down the childish things and step up into adulthood? The decision is yours. It is also possible that you are not ready for this and cannot bare the truths we are about to uncover. Jesus, Paul, and Peter all stated that this could be the case. Take care in your decision.John 16:1212. I have yet many things to say unto you, but ye cannot bear them now.1 Corinthians 3:1-21. And I, brethren, could not speak unto you as unto spiritual, but as unto carnal, even as unto babes in Christ.2. I have fed you with milk, and not with meat: for hitherto ye were not able to bear it, neither yet now are ye able.2 Peter 3:15-1615. And account that the longsuffering of our Lord is salvation; even as our beloved brother Paul also according to the wisdom given unto him hath written unto you;16. As also in all his epistles, speaking in them of these things; in which are some things hard to be understood, which they that are unlearned and unstable wrest, as they do also the other scriptures, unto their own destruction.Version 10/16/2014

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A Revelation of Who Jesus Is

C. Alan Martin

Perhaps no single doctrine has separated believers from one another than the teaching about who Christ is, what Christ is, where Christ came from, and how Christ came to be that Christ. Whole denominations and sects have come into being based on differing interpretations of this doctrine alone. Some are considered cults or sects, while most hold to a doctrine based on the “Nicene Creed”. “We believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ, the only Son of God, eternally begotten of the Father, God from God, light from light, true God from true God, begotten, not made, of one Being with the Father; through him all things were made.” We will present and prove this progression and relationship: • The Word was IN the Father from all eternity. John 17:5, John 1:18, John 17:8 • Prior to creation the Word extended OUT of the Father, becoming the Son. John 8:42 • Throughout eternity, The Word was/is in complete unity with the Father. • The Word/Son was the agent of creation. John 1:3, Hebrews 1:1-2 • The Word/Son went FORTH from (the presence of) the Father to occupy the body the Father formed for Him. Hebrews 10:5 • The Word/Son occupied that body, and became Flesh John 1:14 Added material. Increased book length by 10 pages.