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This 449 page book is a unique study (verse by verse) of the prophet Ezekiel. Exact Ezekiel is so entitled as to emphasize the prophet's commitment to do what God instructed him and without question or expediency.
After over sixty years of study, it was time for a commentary to be written that captured the emotion, pathos and compassion Ezekiel poured into ministry. Being a priest, he understood the importance of every prophetic word.
Panoramic scenes will unfold to the reader in such a way that, at the end of the book, one can truthfully say: "I feel like I am acquainted with Ezekiel and understand his work in a way I never thought possible."
When commentators say, "Ezekiel is the least read and understood book in the Old Testament," they need this text--which makes the complex, clear. Tedious effort has been expended seeking to offer material that is easy to read, yet profound in revelation. It incorporates views from published and non-published sources, several from arenas thought non-liturgical.
Ezekiel confronted the question of his day, which might well be asked in modern times, "How in the world did God's people wind up here?" His prophecy spans a frame beginning with his own deportation to Babylon and, by revelation, includes end-time scenes. God trusted him with deep comprehension of the spiritual element of all history.
Bible study groups will want to use this text as a course guide--it is designed for such use. From front to back, a progressive unfolding of sections comprises each chapter to facilitate class discussion--ideal for group participation.
Exact Ezekiel, $18.95, (US dollars only) available in English only.
Thirteen of Dr. Oliver's books are available from amazon.com's Kindle
Bookstore, and Barnes and Nobles' Nook Bookstore.
These may be viewed on the Newsletter page of this site or by clicking on the
E-Book button at the top of this page. Those
available currently are Solomon's Secret,
The Sons of Zadok,
The Regal Pair,
Called to be Saints,
Consumed by His Fire, En Punto,
Double Grace, A Study in Isaiah,
The Road to Captivity, Llamados a ser Santos, El Secreto de Salomon,
Los Hijos de Sadoc and a German
The Sons of Zadok, entitled Die Sohn
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We have had many requests for videos of Dr. Oliver preaching/teaching concerning the books offered on this website. We are pleased now to be able to begin answering those requests. Click on the Videos button in the link bar at the top of any page, and it will take you to the video page where you will find the messages currently being offered.
Believer's Pavilion, Pursat Prison, Pursat Province, Cambodia, 2012:
Pursat is the fourth largest province of Cambodia. It is located in the
western part of the country some 174 Kilometers from Phnom Penh. Its provincial
capitol is Pursat City. Oliver Evangelistic Association took on the project of
building a Believer's Pavilion where the prisoners of Pursat Prison could meet
for Bible study and worship out of the sun and rain. The warden of the prison
granted a spot within the prison compound for this pavilion. Many of you have
contributed to this endeavor, and the pictures below attest to your faithfulness
in giving to help. Barnabas Mam, Regional Director of Asia for AFCI guided this
venture. He reports being able to build three pavilions with the funds
provided. Praise the Lord!
The Hope of Romchek Church in Cambodia was dedicated July 5, 2010. It was reported the village head and many other community leaders, as well as the local Christians, appreciated this addition to their village. This church was a gift from Christian Chou through Oliver Evangelistic Association, Inc. Below are pictures of the church and the dedication.
The three church building projects which were underway in Cambodia were dedicated in December of 2009. Each church is 6 meters wide by 12 meters long. Pictures of the completed churches, their dedication services and plaques are shown below. All three churches were a gift from Christian Chou through Oliver Evangelistic Association, Inc., and its partners, in partnership with AFCI, Cambodia. Barnabus Mam preached the dedication for each of these churches. The first four pictures are The Living Hope in Christ Church-Chhouk, Kampot, dedicated December 29, 2009. The next four pictures are Peace Church-Chrab Krasang, Battamburg, dedicated December 27, 2009, and the final four pictures are from the Living Hope in Christ Church-Skun which was dedicated December 31,2009.
Praise the Lord for his bountiful and miraculous provisions. Click on a picture to see an enlargement.
Living Hope in Christ Church-Chhouk, Kamput, Cambodia
Loma de Paja Church, Guatemala, recently held its dedication. This church was funded by Faith Metro Church, Wichita, Kansas. Missionary Larry Johnson is shown in the center of the first picture, with the church pastor to his right. The second picture shows the dedication service.
Bro. Johnson said the pastor gave his testimony in the dedication service,
saying he had been plagued with numerous illnesses for the last 4 years--one
thing after another. This last month he had a dream and in the dream, he was
shown there was a lot of witchcraft being done
against him, causing all his problems. He was shown the place where candles and
different things used to put spells against him were buried. He dug them up and
destroyed them and broke off all the witchcraft that was done against him. When
he was done, he was instantly healed of all the problems he had. The next day, a
Christian man showed up and said that the Lord told him to come and tell him
there were two men doing witchcraft against him and that they were going to bury
him in a certain place and then lead the pastor to the backyard to the very
place where he had dug. Later, the pastor went to one of the men and
shared the gospel with him. Praise the Lord.
Grace Christian Fellowship Church, Calbayog City, Philippines, held their first Sunday service May 17, 2009, with 92 adults in attendance. As you can see from the updated pictures, the church is now complete. We are thankful and praise the Lord for money to build the church and for the faithfulness of Sister Carmen Geeck in leading her flock.
This church is located in what is called "Typhoon Alley." That is why the roof and walls have been built to be "typhoon proof." It is the hope of Sister Geeck and her congregation that their church can also serve as a sheltering place for many people in the event a typhoon does come. Please keep her and the church in your prayers.
Though the Grace Christian Fellowship Church in Calbayog City is a new church, they have already reached out to an outlying island and started a work there. It began with Sister Carmen making the two-day trip once a month, but it now has a weekly service and a Pastor. This outreach church has now started a small mission and Sister Carmen travels there for services each Sunday after church in the main location. She reports that this mission now has 25 members.
The Cup of Salvation Church, Tontoles, Guatemala, was dedicated September 27, 2008. According to Missionary Larry Johnson, the service started out ministering to the 50-60 children who came, then came a time of praise and worship. The pastor of the church asked some of the new Christians to testify of what the Lord had done in their life. One young man had only been saved about two weeks, and he shared how Jesus had changed his life in just the short time he had been saved, set free of many things. Another man who had been saved 23 days testified about being set free from smoking, drinking and how the Lord cleaned up his mouth. Brother Johnson says: Then the service was turned over to me. I began to share with them about how the funds to build the church came about--the testimony of a man of God who was raised from the dead and how the name Cup of Salvation was given. They all rejoiced and praised the Lord. The Word was preached and a prayer of dedication was given. It was an awesome service; in all, we had about 200 people attend the service. Ten adults received Jesus as Lord and Savior.
Below are pictures of the new church construction on the outskirts of Jacona, MichoacŃin, Mexico. This prime property was obtained by the church when no other property was there. Shortly afterward, a new university was built nearly in front of it, increasing property values immediately. In January, 2015, they began placing the beams that we had purchased for the church. The middle picture shows the beams before they were hung. We later helped with the concrete floor.
In May of 2016, the church at Achiotes, Zacapa, Mexico, was fully completed, having been dedicated earlier when it was just a pole structure. According to Missionaries Larry and Marla Johnson, the people laughed and cried as they celebrated. They recounted the story of the gospel in this village. Many had paid a huge price for the gospel. They had been macheted and shot for the gospel's sake. Many pastors came from hours away to rejoice with them, because they were celebrating the "enclosing" of the church. It was an amazing service as the Johnson's preached the God of Miracles. There was a pi˝ata for the children and a Chicken dinner.
Other Mission-related Projects:
From time to time, Oliver Evangelistic Association funds projects needing to be
done but which are not covered by local missionaries' and pastors' budgets.
After we built the Believer's Pavilion at Pursat Prison in Pursat Province,
Cambodia, Barnabus Mam, AFCI's Region Director for Asia, informed us that the
prison itself had no fresh water, though there was a small pond on the grounds.
That meant the prison had no fresh water for drinking, cooking, or even bathing.
We immediately sent funds to deepen the pond. At left, General Lai and Pastor
Sareun acknowledge the pond deepening at Pursat Prison, Pursat Province,
The pictures below show the well digging project in India. Dr. Samuel and Anna Karunanithi sponsor two orphanages in Madurai and Chennai, India, with 30 orphans in each. Dr. Karunanithi is also a board member of Oliver Evangelistic Association and mentioned that they were raising funds to dig a well at one of these orphanages. We were happy to help with this crucially needed endeavor. The first picture shows the actual well digger, the second, workers carrying pipe for the well, and the last picture shows the completed well, November of 2014.
As churches and other projects are completed, we will post their pictures on
this site. Thank you for your help if the Lord leads you in this
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