Letters from Heaven by the Apostle Paul: Galatians, Ephesians, Phillippians, Colossians, I & II Timothy

Front Cover
BroadStreet Publishing, Oct 1, 2014 - Bibles - 143 pages
0 Reviews

Imagine a letter coming straight from heaven. What would God say? Would we be able to fully understand His message, or would some of it puzzle us? The Apostle Paul writes this compilation of letters to the 1st Century churches he established. He wanted them to know the heart of God and hear His message of truth and love. Some of the most beautiful truths of the Bible are found in the letters from Paul. Ephesians lays an exciting foundation for our lives; Philippians fills our hearts with joy; Colossians brings the colossal revelation of Christ in us and the hope of Glory. Paul's letters to his spiritual son Timothy stirs our hearts with greater passion to serve God and love Him supremely. Reading through these letters is like having Paul sit in the living room sharing his experiences and messages of life. Be ready to sense the stirring of the Holy Spirit as you read Letters from Heaven by the Apostle Paul!


What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

About the author (2014)

Brian and Candice Simmons have been described as true pioneers in ministry. Their teaching gifts have opened doors in many nations to take the message of awakening and revival. For the last forty years they have labored together to present Christ in His fullness wherever God sends them. As a witness firsthand of a revival, which swept through their jungle village where they were serving as missionaries and saw many converted to following Jesus Christ. Brian and Candice were ruined for status quo Christianity. Recently they were inspired to launch a new dynamic version of the Scriptures encompassing the early Aramaic manuscripts along with the traditional Greek and Hebrew texts. A pastor, Bible teacher and linguist, Brian is the author of numerous books and has helped establish a number of ministries.

Bibliographic information