Ephraim, Man Of The Earth By Sheila R. Vitale

Sheila Vitale founded Living Epistles Ministries (LEM) in 1988, and continues to lead the Port Jefferson Station, New York-based organization as a pastor and teacher. Over the course of her time with this organization, Sheila Vitale has performed hundreds of lectures, which are archived in audio and video formats on the LEM website. She has also published an extensive amount of theological material, such as Ephraim, Man of The Earth and Judah, The Church Today.


Ephraim, Man of the Earth, touches on a diversity of topics involving and related to Ephraim, the second son of Joseph. Subjects explored throughout the book include the process of creation, the act of recognizing a spiritual elder, prayer, idolatry, and the various stages of spirituality. The text also examines a number of specific verses from the Book of Hosea, the first of 12 Old Testament books named for prophets.


Meanwhile, Judah, The Church Today, analogizes problems between Judah and Israel to the issues creating conflict between natural and spiritual humans. The comparison is explored through a number of viewpoints, ranging from Judah's sins to the two types of judgments that may be passed.


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