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A Forty-Day Study of Sin, Salvation, and Sanctification

Our Journey in Christ

by Rick Jory


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/11/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 358
ISBN : 9781664252776
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 358
ISBN : 9781664252783
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 358
ISBN : 9781664252769

About the Book

This book addresses the Bible’s teachings on the three central elements of our Christian journey:

• Sin—our spiritual death and separation from God.
• Salvation—our being brought into the family of God solely by the work of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
• Sanctification—God’s work through us because of the Holy Spirit within us.

It answers three key questions: Why do we need to be saved? How are we saved? What are we saved for?

Other books in this series include A Forty-Day Study of the Biblical Story, volumes one and two; A Forty-Day Study of the Book of Hebrews; and A Forty-Day Study on John’s Gospel.


About the Author

Dr. Rick Jory has authored A Forty-Day Study of the Book of Hebrews, A Forty-Day Study of John’s Gospel, and the two-volume work, A Forty-Day Study of the Biblical Story. This book adds to this series.

Dr. Jory spent 43 years in the business world. For the last nineteen years of this career, he was president and CEO of a medical device manufacturing company headquartered on the outskirts of Denver, Colorado. His interest in using his God-given gifts and God-provided opportunities led to an active involvement in marketplace ministry, business as mission, and church ministry. He received his Master of Arts degree, Biblical Studies - New Testament from Denver Seminary in 2012, the Doctor of Ministry, with emphasis in Theological Exegesis, from Knox Theological Seminary in 2017, and his Doctor of Educational Ministry, with emphasis in Adult Christian Education, from Dallas Theological Seminary in 2019.

His ministry today includes the teaching of pastors and church leaders in Vietnam. He is the founder of Friends of Vietnam Ministries, a non-profit organization aiding several Vietnamese faith-based centers that provide care to Vietnamese orphans and at-risk children, as well as scholarships to help young Vietnamese attend Bible college.