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By Richard D. McCormack
 
 

All or Nothing

What would happen if we decided to give all? What if every Christian decided they would give everything for the service of the King? What would this world look like?

Choices are part of man. We choose to get up, we choose to go to work, we choose to follow God, etc. But what if we could see the consequences of our choices. What if Joe Namath had not guaranteed a win in Super Bowl III? What if D.L. Moody had not started a Sunday School class with children.? Or what if Jesus had not had an appointment at a well in Samaria?

Each choice asks the question of whether we should give all or nothing.

Does This Christian Thing Work

We have all been promised things that do not work: get rich quick ideas, relationships, even Christianity. But what if we were trying to make Christianity do what it wasn't meant to do? Does This Christian Thing Work? examines what Christanity is suppose to do and how it can set us free to live for Jesus. 

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It Is Well . . . 

“If you want to see your daughter alive, you will be in Redding, California, within twenty-four hours,” said a voice on the other end of the phone. “She is not expected to live.”

In his latest book, It is Well . . . , Richard opens a window into his family as they are caught in the whirlwind of life and struggles. Born the son of a preacher, Richard followed in his father footsteps as a bi-vocational minister/pastor in Texas, Oklahoma, and California.

It is Well . . . is about one family’s devotion to see God and understand His love as their life cycles through the repeating phases of tragedy and hope.

The Masters Hand

What is the value of man? A few hundred dollars? A life-span of 70 plus years? What if it was more? What if you were worth all the riches in eternity? The Master's Hand reveals the worth of a single life when it is placed in the Master's hand. 

This devotion examines the hand that has guided mankind through the ages. From creation to the here and now, The Master's Hand steps into the value and cost of man.

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Three Trees Stood in a Forest

Three trees stood in a forest: one was rushed through his life, forced to play the roll he didn't want. The other was scarred, abused, and stained always living with the memory. Finally, their was the youngest who was insulted and never given the chance to be someone. All three represent some part of us--rushed, abused, insulted; yet who we are is never determined by our circumstance, but by Jesus 

Not all of us are scarred, abused, and stained, but some of us, because of a decision we made early in life, are destined to play a part of life we do not wish to play.

There is More

God wants to have a love relationship with you. He has created us for such a purpose. The greatest news is that He does not want you to be discouraged; thereby He has revealed Himself to us through His Name. "There is More" examines how God is revealing Himself to us today so that we can have more of Him in our liives.

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The Living Darkness serial cliffhanger series
           

Living Darkness: #1 Choices

There is a war being fought that cannot be seen—until now!

Could the shadowy supernatural figures Don thinks he sees be the reason for all the devastated lives around him? Confident that demons and other supernatural beings are behind the changes to his family, the members of his church, and the murder of his wife and son, Don “The Max” Johnson must find a way to fight back before it is too late. In the first of a six part suspense thriller, Living Darkness: #1 Choices, draws the reader in and onto the edge of their seat. The question then becomes, "Did I, see the shadows moving?"

Living Darkness: #2 Lust

After burying his son, Don “The Max” Johnson tries to understand why he is the only one who can see the evil around him. Gifted with the ability to see the spiritual world, Don finds himself being pulled away from his church as his sight of the spiritual world becomes clearer.

In part two of the Living Darkness series the reader has to grapple with the connection between the appetites of the flesh and the perversion of the spiritual forces of wickedness*. Is there a connection? And does it draw a person in before they can resist?

NOTE: This book is not suitable for younger audiences. Living Darkness: #2 Lust, addresses mature subjects.

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          *Ephesians 6:12
           

To be released in November 2014

Living Darkness: #3 Relationship

 

To be released in January 2015

Living Darkness: #4 Broken

By Richard D. McCormack By Richard D. McCormack
           
           

To be released in April 2015

Living Darkness: #5 Selfie

To be released in June 2015

Living Darkness: #6 End Game

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Cur Deus Homo

A thought provoking book on the deepest questions which have plagued mankind for time and eternity. Is there a God? Why did he have to die? How are we restored by his death? Anselm tackles these tough questions in his thought provocative book Cur Deus Homo. Saint Anselm of Canterbury (1033 - 1109) was an Italian medieval philosopher and theologian, who held the office of Archbishop of Canterbury from 1093 to 1109. Called the founder of Scholasticism, he is famous as the inventor of the ontological argument for the existence of God and as the Archbishop who openly opposed the Crusades. (Wikipedia)

The Confessions

Saint Augustine of Hippo is considered one of the most influential figures in the development of Western Christianity. Reared in a Christian home Augustine was influenced by the Manichean belief with its elaborate cosmology describing the struggle between good and evil. Later Augustine fell victim to the influence of Neo-platonism with its mystical philosophies. 

His most famous writing, Confessions, or The Confes-sions of Saint Augustine is Augustine’ autobiographical work consisting of 13 books. The book outlines Augustine’ sinful youthful exploits and his conversion to Christianity.Confessions is considered the most influential works throughout the Middle Age.

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The Atonement

James Stalker was born in Crieff, Scotland in 1848. He died in Florence, Italy, February 5, 1929. Dr. Stalker was educated at the Universityof Edinburgh, New College, Edinburgh. He pastored St. Brycedale, Kirkaldy, 1874-1887; and St. Matthews, Glasgow, 1887-1902. Dr. Stalker served as professor of Church History, Free Church College, 1902-1924, adding the chair of Christian Ethics in 1905.

Dr. Stalker published eighteen books of which The Atonement and The Trial and Death of Jesus Christ  were both published in 1908. The Atonement was originally delivered as two lectures on the atonement in the New Testament and in the Old Testament. It was later published into this marvelous book.

All of Grace

It would be impossible to do justice to this short, well-articulated work by Charles Haddon Spurgeon. It is, without a doubt, one of the greatest non canonical treatises ever penned. With no unmerited terms Spurgeon lays out the understanding of salvation through faith in Jesus Christ. Through his great and passionate love for his Savior and with his desire to see his fellow sinners come to Christ, Spurgeon brings forth on every page and in every phrase of this marvelous book the clear and concise action of the Gospel. It is brought forth to his readers with clear illustrations and well-placed anecdotes that describes for the sinner his desire for them to get right with the most high God.

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The Pursuit of God

We are thrilled to offer the greatest devotional book of all time, A. W. Tozer's classic, The Pursuit of God. This edition is published at a low price so more people can experience the richness of this wonderful work. Written by 'The last modern day prophet,' The Pursuit of God challenges every reader to examine their walk with God.

History of the Martyrs in Palestine: Discovered in a very Antient Syriac Manuscript

In the eighth book of the “Ecclesiastical History,” Eusebius, Bishop of Cæsarea, stated his intention of writing, in a distinct treatise, a narrative of the confession of those Martyrs with whom he had himself been acquainted. Up to the time of the discovery of this Syriac copy no such work was known to exist in any separate form, either in Latin or Greek. Here Eusebius writes more than just the history of the martyrs of Christ, he writes of his contemporaries and mentors who suffered the act of martyrdom for the Christian faith.

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The Divine Comedy: Inferno

The Divine Comedy, written by Dante Alighieri between 1308-1321, is widely considered the central epic poem of the Italian literature, the last great work of literature of the Middle Ages and the first great work of the renaissance, and one of the greatest works of world literature.” [Wikipedia]. Composed of three canticles: Inferno (Hell), Purgatorio (Purgatory), and  Paradiso (Pardise). Each are composted of 34, 33, and 33 cantos (sections). The first, Inferno is by far the most famous of the three. The poet tells in the first person his travel through the three realms of the dead, lasting during the Easter Triduum in the spring of 1300. His guide through Hell and Purgatory is the Latin poet Virgil, author of The Aeneid.

The Practice of the Presence of God

Brother Lawrence (1614 to 1691) was a monk of the Carmilite order. He is most commonly remembered for the closeness of his relationship with God. In this little book he demonstrates his presence process through conversations and letters to practice staying in the presence of God. He spent most of his adult life in solitude, poverty, and obscurity within the walls of a monistary. He was known for profound peace and high commitment to Jesus Christ. He cared not for the worldly status of his tasks, but the motivation behind it---the process to remain in the presence of God.

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Quiet Talks on Service

Quiet Talks on Service is Samuel Gordon's third book of a series that looks at the elements of the Christian life in the way of service, power, prayer, and living. Gordon explores the need for spiritual discipline in the Christian walk.

Gordon, who served as the assistant secretary of the YMCA in Philadelphia for two years, believed it was necessary to live what the average Christian is taught to believe and act as.

Concidered the best book of the series as well as possibly the best book Gordon ever penned.

Satan

We walk in the midst of his snares. We hear on every hand his doctrines proclaimed by men of blameless lives. We are allured by the pleasure and power of his organized world system. Now understand the dispensational aspects of the one who stands totally defeated, Satan.

Written by renouned author, biblical professor, president of Dallas Theological Seminary, and father of modern Christian Dispensationalism Lewis Sperry Chafer who tackles the subject of Satan head on. Chafer opens the door to the world that most Christians fear to talk about.

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The Doctrine of Universal Salvation

This is a reprint from the original 1782 addition of The Doctrine of Universal Salvation Examined and Reputed: Containing, a Concise and Distinct Answer to the Writings of Mr. Relly, and Mr. Winchester, upon that Subject.

Thought to be the best apologetic writings of its time. Isaac Backus is masterful in his examination and rebutle of the false teachings on salvation at the time.

This book is a must read to help the average Christian stand against works salvation.

Concerning Christian Liberty

This is Luther’s direct letter and treatise to Pope Leo X on his religious beliefs and a bruising analysis of the Catholic church. Luther strongly objected to making a new law of the forms and urged the retention of other good liturgies. While advocating Christian liberty in liturgical matters, he also spoke out in favor of maintaining and establishing liturgical uniformity among those sharing the same faith in a given area. "Concerning Christian Liberty" is a wonderful piece on Luther's balance between the Catholic Church and his teachings on liberty.

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Luther, Zinzendorf and Wesley

Luther Zinzendorf, and Wesley: An account of John Wesley’s conversion through hearing Luther’s Preface to the Epistle to the Romans read in a Moravian Prayer Meeting in London, England, to which is added: A New Translation of Luther’s Preface.

This book is a powerful look at the influence the Epistle to the Romans by the Apostle Paul, had on the reformation and John Wesley. Wesley, a devout Anglican, heard only Luther's Preface of the Epistle to the Romans, in a Moravian prayer service. Under the influence of the Holy Spirit, Wesley was transformed from a wandering lost soul to a man filled with the Holy Spirit and with a mission to tell the world. This book includes the complete Luther's Preface of the Epistle to the Romans and a documented exposition of the influence the Epistle to the Romans has had on history.

Luther and the Reformation

Luther and the Reformation is more than a look into a theological question for a religious liberty class. It is a study of Europe as a whole and the history that unfolded during the time of Luther, Zwingli, Calvin, and many others who changed the face of Christianity. The object of this book, laid out by Leonard D. Agate, is to establish how these movements affected the course of European history; with particular interest in one man, Martin Luther. 

Although Luther is the focus of this book Agate exposes how the politics, religion, and feudalism was connected to the transformation of Christianity during the Reformation.

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The Bondage of the Will

The Bondage of the Will is a must for anyone who is interested in the fundamental doctrines of the Reformation with particular interest in justification by faith alone. The Bondage of the Will is a brilliant and captivating discourse to Erasmus of Rotterdam against his treaty on free-will called The Diatribe on Free-will.

A Short and Easy Method of Prayer

This little treatise, conceived in great simplicity, was not originally intended for publication: it was written for a few individuals who wanted to love God with their whole heart; some of whom, because of the profit they received in reading the manuscript, wished to obtain copies of it; and, on this account alone, it was committed to the press. It still remains in its original simplicity, without any censure on the various leadings of others. Jeanne Guyon was a masterful teacher of simple truths in prayer and a celebrated French mystic of the seventeenth century. Piously trained by her parents she was profoundly impressed by the works of St. Francis de Sales. A Short and Easy Method of Prayer is NOT Experiencing the Depths of Jesus Christ, Volume 2 that has been adapted for modern publications. This reprint is from the oldest copy RDMc Publishing could locate. It has been reproduced without any textual watermarks or intentional word changes

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The Nature and Danger of Infidel Philosophy

During troubled times at Yale University, then president Timothy Dwight saw his students drawn to the radical republicanism and “infidel philosophy” of the French Revolution; including the philosophies of Hume, Hobbes, Tindal, Lords Shaftesbury & Bolingbroke and other so called philosophers.

The Nature and Danger of Infidel Philosophy is believed to be the book that started the Second Great Awakening, Dwight reaches out to his students and all that would listen to the false teachings of the philosophical thinkers of his day. His only weapon---God's Word.

On the Incarnation of the Word

Athanasius argued against Arius and his doctrine that Christ is of a distinct substance from the Father. This treaty outlines Athanasius' greatest contribution to Christianity

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