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David Wilson's latest book covers two epistles from the New Testament of the Holy Bible.
Both epistles (or letters) were written by the Apostle Paul to be read and shared with the churches of the day.
The first is to a believer we know as Titus. The second is to a slave-owner (common in the day) and Christian convert by the name of Philemon.
Nothing is known about Titus except what we find in the New Testament.
We do know that Titus was with the Apostle Paul in Jerusalem during the fourteenth year of Paul’s conversion.
After the council at Jerusalem, Titus accompanied Paul and Barnabas and attended to the apostles’ needs while preaching the gospel.
Philemon was a prosperous member of the church in Colossae. He was the owner of Onesimus, a runaway slave, who had converted to Christianity after running away from his master and finding himself under the ministry of Paul.
Paul felt compelled under Roman law to return Philemon’s slave, even as it broke his heart to do so.
You will be compelled to take stock of your own life after reading these men’s stories as presented by David D. Wilson in his newest book, A Study on Titus & Philemon. You will be renewed. You will be recharged. You will find yourself set on fire by the truth as revealed in the Word of God.
About the Author:
David Wilson has been a Spirit-filled minister in the Pentecostal movement for over 45 years. He is currently sitting on the General Board of Directors of the International Full Gospel Evangelistic Association, Inc. with headquarters in Temple, Oklahoma, and is the Senior Presbyter of the N. Texas District of the I.F.G.E.A. He lives on 40 acres just outside Paradise, Texas. David likes to say, "The King James Bible isn't broken, so let's quit trying to fix it."
Preview the first chapter from this outstanding teaching here: A Study on Titus & Philemon, Chapter 1
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