As God Jesus made everything right between God and people. He had to be God to do that. As a man Jesus invites us to identify with him as he has identified with us. Peter referred to Jesus in his first message on the day of Pentecost as “a man approved of God.” He knew Jesus as both God and man. When it dawns on you how close you can be to Jesus by understanding his humanity, you will never go back. His human state is just as everlasting as his Godly state.
Ultimate Freedom 94 pages $9.95 eBook 4.95
Non-Fiction/Commentary. Many would consider Paul's letter to the Galatians as second only to his letter to the Romans in importance. It has been said that if you were to be stranded on a desert island with only one book from the Bible that Romans would be a very good candidate to take along as it so clearly lays down the primary principles of the Christian faith. Some would take a Gospel, perhaps Mark or John. Others might prefer something else. At any rate, Galatians is a sort of 'little Romans' as it deals with the same primary concerns. In the end everyone has different insights to various parts of scripture and if you read enough of them you will certainly be wise in the things of God. Most importantly, you would understand God's free grace like never before.
The Patriots’ Gift 246 pages $14.95 eBook 7.95
Fiction/Alternative History. The Patriots' Gift is a novel in which The United States has divided into five nations by the year 2050 A.D. Each of these nations has different convictions and beliefs. The Texican Republic was the first to leave in 2035. They were followed by The North West Federation, The Central Alliance, and The Southern Confederation. The United States also continues. This story follows the efforts of one family as they strive to reunite these nations. Stephen George Hampton II was born in 2040. When The Southern Confederation began in 2050 he was 10 years old. Stephen’s calling and mission is to reunite The Texican Republic with The Southern Confederation.
Reign: The Beginning 66 pages $5.40 eBook .99c
Fiction/Biblical. Reign: The Beginning is the chapter introduction to the entire Reign series and the young woman who became the first mortal Keeper of the records of that 1,000 years. Her first encounter with the Emperor sets the tone for the series. Chapter 1 Of Reign I, Chapter 2 Of Reign: The Millennium
Reign I: We See Him As He Is 232 pages $9.95 eBook 5.95
Fiction/Biblical. This book is about the Millennial Reign found in the Bible. The author does not pretend to actually describe in this book what the millennial reign will be like or to predict the time for the beginning of those 1,000 years. This is all fictional speculation, a sort of "What if . . ." story based on one historic position that there will be a literal reign for a thousand years from Jerusalem which still lies in our future. This is volume one of the adventure.
Reign: The Millennium 492 pages $16.95 eBook 8.95
Fiction/Biblical. This book is about the Millennial Reign found in the Bible. The author does not pretend to actually describe in this book what the millennial reign will be like or to predict the time for the beginning of those 1,000 years. This is all fictional speculation, a sort of "What if . . ." story based on one historic position that there will be a literal reign for a thousand years which still lies in our future. . . . When the Emperor returned from the invisible realm several things happened. First, the believers who had died in faith were resurrected and given their Immortal bodies. Second, the believers who were living on the earth at the time of the return were transformed instantly and given their Immortal bodies. Third, those living at the time of the return who were not believers remained mortal and fell under the rule of the Emperor and the Immortals who serve Him. The mortals are born, bear and raise children and die as all mortals do. Fourth, the Enemy and his legions are bound for the Thousand years. Mortals still seek to rebel against the Emperor because of their fallen nature. Fifth, those who had died who were not believers remained in their graves until the end of the Thousand year Reign. This is the double book edition which contains Reign: We See Him As He Is & Reign II: A Story Of The Seventh Millennium.
Hear Their Tiny Cries 258 pages $10.95 eBook 5.95
Fiction. This is the story of a man who finds a cause; the prolife cause. This cause soon takes over his life and involves many other people; tiny babies who were not supposed to live but do live and grow into unique and productive human beings.
Elika of Harod 138 pages $9.95 eBook 4.95
Fiction/Biblical. Elika Of Harod was one of King David's Mighty Men. He is listed as one of the Mighty in the Biblical book of II Samuel. However, in the book of I Chronicles, which was compiled in the time of King Solomon, he is omitted. Did he fall from favor with the young king? This is a mystery. This fictionalized account is fascinating.
Non-Fiction/Commentary. This short commentary on three of the pre-eminent letters of the New Testament can be read as a Bible study aid or as a devotional. Truly John, the Beloved Disciple, knew much about his Lord and his Friend Jesus that we need to take in, learn, and live. John’s philosophy of the faith is at the same time simple, encouraging and challenging. This is a commentary and devotional on the letters of John. It includes the “I AM” statements of the Gospel of John.
Scottish Revival 194 pages Print $19.95
Non-Fiction/History. This book is a combination of three of the Author's earlier titles, Great Scot, Pentecost 1830, and A Man Approved Of God. - In late 1829 in the West Coast of Scotland a unique revival started. A Scottish pastor, Edward Irving, had been preaching on the Holy Spirit and he did not expect a full blown Pentecostal revival. The revival spread to Irving's Scottish church in London and many people attended. As things grew to be more widespread Irving literally worked himself to death, caught pneumonia and died at the age of 42. His followers started the Catholic Apostolic Church which became heavily involved in liturgy. The denomination now exists only in Australia. This book studies the movement and the teachings of Edward Irving, a Reformed theologian, of unusual breadth.
Non-Fiction/Christian Life. Often after a person has been a Christian for a while, they begin to experience confusing or disorienting times. They may wonder, where is the joy, where is the excitement that I experienced at the first? They often feel that they are wandering in the woods looking for some of the old familiar signposts or markers. Things regarding their faith seem hazy or fog filled. They are going through a brief period of wandering in the wilderness. In this little book Dr. Keyser explains what these experiences are, why they happen to believers and what the believer can do to end them as soon as possible.
The Collapse Of The Church 92 pages. $8.95. eBook 4.95
In this book the author defines some possible reasons for
the apparent failure of the Christian Church in the United States.
5. End Time
6. The Package
7. Strange New Doctrine
8. The Great Escape
9. Faith Has Become Religion; Superstition, Prejudice, Idolatry,
Morals, Rule Keepers, Ceremony, Clergy, Lying Prophets.
10. Strike Your Flags
11. The Kingdom Of God
12. New Testament Faith; Home Meetings, Body Ministry, Grace.
13. American Awakenings
14. Expository Preaching
15. Straight Preaching
17. Jesus The Man
Pastor Edward Irving (1792 – 1834) has been called the Father of Modern Pentecostalism because he preached what was then called the “two step” plan of God for his people; personal salvation by faith in Jesus Christ and the filling of the Holy Spirit. In 1830 the “Irvingite” revival broke loose and many received the Spirit in the West coast of Scotland and in Irving’s Scottish church in London. Many young adults were healed, most of them of “consumption” which was most likely tuberculosis. But it was not the miraculous that got Irving in trouble with the Church of Scotland (Presbyterian.) It was his widely preached and published belief in the humanity of Jesus Christ.
46-68 pages each - $5.40 - .99cents on Kindle download
Reign: The Beginning is the story of the beginning of the Reign and of the young woman who became the first Keeper of the records. Her first encounter with the Emperor sets the tone for the series. Chapter 1 Of Reign I, Chapter 2 Of Reign: The Millennium
The Pardon is about the third Keeper and the Imperial Pardon for his wife who started out as a member of an outlaw family. Chapter 1 Of Reign II, Chapter 4 Of Reign: The Millennium
Out Of This World takes place near the middle of the one thousand year Reign when the Keeper’s office is well established. It tells of insights into heaven itself. Chapter 4 of Reign I, Chapter 9 Of Reign: The Millennium
St. Francis And Friends is about animals during the Reign in a world full of mortals, Immortals, and visible angels. There are a few important differences between the animals of the Reign and animals today. Chapter 6 Of Reign II, Chapter 11 Of Reign: The Millennium