|Recommended Reading: Look Upon Zion by Harold Hunt|
|Written by Ben Winslett|
|Friday, 23 November 2012 10:45|
Elder Harold Hunt operates an Old Baptist publishing endeavor in Maryville Tennessee and frequently publishes both books and essays in paperback form. I am very thankful that he sends these to me free of charge as they are published.
Last week, I received 28 page paperback entitled Look Upon Zion. The booklet is an essay on Zion, the Church of the Lord, from both Old and New Testament scriptures.
He first compares popular movements such as Messianic Judaism with Dispensationalism and notes how both groups erroneously downplay the church as a "stop gap" measure of the Lord when His initial goal of setting up a worldly kingdom failed (again, erroneously so). He then shares verses pertaining to the Lord's Church as a place of worship, a place of solemnities, a place of safety, a quiet habitation, and a tabernacle that shall not be taken down. Christ came to establish His Church, a Kingdom not of this world, and according to John chapter 17 He finished this work.
It was a very encouraging read and also could assist in clarifying truth from popular, contemporary notions. If you would like a copy of this or any other of the works he currently has available, you can write Elder Hunt at the following address:
Elder Harold Hunt
PO Box 5352
Maryville, TN 37802
Again, the booklet is entitled Look Upon Zion.
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