3 Free Christian Theology Books by Jesse Morrell | FREE CHRISTIAN EBOOKS




“The Emotions of God: How Man Can Bless or Hurt God” by Jesse Morrell is an exhaustive biblical study on the Divine Feelings.

Does God really have emotions? Or is He impassible? The question is simple enough but it has been much debated by Christians over the centuries.

The Bible portrays God as having emotions but are these real descriptions of Him?

Can God change in any way or is He absolutely immutable in all things?

Is God timeless or does He experience duration?

How should we live in regard to our obligations towards God?

Can man hurt God or inflict pain upon Him?

Can we contribute to His happiness?

These are the types of questions that are involved in this debate, which this book gives you biblical answers to.

It will challenge your understanding of God and edify your walk with Him.

As the Scriptures are expounded upon this topic, you may never view God the same way again.

“I have added the Emotions of God by Jesse Morrell to my most influential books. I would recommend it to all Christians.” ~ Stephen



The Natural Ability of Man: A Study On Free Will & Human Nature by Jesse Morrell is an exhaustive theological volume that defends the Christian doctrine of man’s free will against the false Gnostic doctrine of man’s natural inability.

This volume explains the truth of man’s freedom of choice in light of Church history and other doctrines like total depravity, regeneration, atonement, the baptism of the Holy Spirit, predestination, repentance, faith, the believers security, original sin, etc.

“The most comprehensive exposition on man’s natural ability in print.” Dean



Does Man Inherit A Sinful Nature by Jesse Morrell is a thorough examination and refutation to one of the oldest theological excuses for sin – a sinful nature.

With an abundance of Scripture, keen logic, and an appeal to Christian teachers throughout history, this book not only shows that men are not born with a sinful nature but that sin is actually contrary to the nature God gave us.

“Jesse does an outstanding job of tackling and answering questions on a very misunderstood part of mans existence.” Oahu



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How To Refute Atheism & Evolution | FREE BOOK | by Jesse Morrell


“But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer (ἀπολογία / apologia) to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear” ~ 1 Peter 3:15 ~

Every Christian should know how to defend the faith. And that is why I am giving away my book for free. When it comes to topics like atheism and evolution many Christians may feel intimidated to handle these issues. But with a little bit of study you will see that these objections to the Christian faith are actually the easiest to refute!

To receive this book for free through email all you have to do is fill out this form below. You’ll also be added to our email newsletter list where we publish many other free articles, teaching videos, apologetic & evangelism stories, etc. I email out these books manually to everyone who signs up, so please be a little patient.



Our prayer is that this book will be a blessing to your faith and to the cause of Christ!

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Free Charles Finney Book!




 Sermons from the Penny Pulpit by Charles Finney are classic sermons that Finney preached in London from 1849-1851. God used Finney’s sermons to convert masses in the United States and abroad.

This volume is what you could call “Finney Gold!” It contains classic sermons like “Regeneration,” “Holiness Essential to Salvation,” “Quenching the Spirit,” “The Christians Rule of Life,” “Purity of Heart and Life,” “The Sinner’s Self-Condemnation,” “The Conversion of Children,” “Family Government,” “The Rationality of Faith,” and many others. It is our honor and joy to make this precious volume available with these anointed sermons.

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Can God Change? Jesse Morrell

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I asked this question in my Theology Facebook Group:

When the Word was made Flesh, was that a Change?

If God cannot change in any way whatsoever, as Calvinists claim, how could the Word have become Flesh?

The idea is that if God is timeless, He cannot change in any way because all change takes place in time. Therefore, if God is timeless, He is absolutely immutable. This leads to doctrines like impassibility (God cannot have feelings) and dismissing all descriptions of God repenting as anthropomorphic.

Biblically, the Bible says God does experience time. He is from everlasting to everlasting. The years of the Lord shall not fail.

The Bible says “I am the Lord. I change not.” This is in reference to His moral character. God does at times change His mind – repent. God does at times experience change of emotions – provoked to wrath and jealousy. God does at time experience change of nature or form – the Word became flesh. So God does, at times, experience various times of change.

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Why Calvinists are NOT Elect | Jesse Morrell

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The word ἐκλεκτός can mean chosen, which is the Calvinists preferred definition,  but it can also mean choicest as in best of its kind, excellent, favorite, etc. Like the choicest flowers.

That is why the Bible says Jesus Christ is elect (1 Peter 2:6 – elect/precious) and why it says the holy angels are elect (1 Tim. 5:21).


Paul addresses the Church, which is made up of “holy brethren” or “saints” as Paul calls them, as elect. Saint and Holy is the same Greek word – ἁγίοις.

A being who lives holy is elect. I am elect because I live holy. Calvinists don’t live holy, so they aren’t elect.

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Anthropomorphism in the Bible – A Calvinist Cop-out by Jesse Morrell

Regarding the Bible’s descriptions of God being “provoked to wrath” or “provoked to jealousy,” I asked a Calvinist how this is possible if, in their view, “God cannot change” in any way whatsoever.
He said:
“be careful not to take the anthropomorphism which is in scripture and paint a false idea of God.”
This is the usual Calvinist cop-out, especially when dealing with Open Theism.
What the Calvinist fails to understand is that anthropomorphisms always have a literal meaning.
Let me say that again: Anthropomorphisms always have a literal meaning.Yes there are figurative or anthropomophic descriptions of God in the Bible, like “the shadow of His wings” (Ps. 36:7), but the literal meaning of this passage is about God’s provision and protection. Wings are just a symbol of His literal provision and protection.
You can’t dismiss characteristics of God described in scripture, that don’t mesh with your preconceived notions of Him, as mere anthropomorphic and then act like those scriptures are meaningless or without any literal point.
Again, yes the Bible does use anthropomorphic language. For example, in Psalms 7:11 it says God is angry with the wicked every day. The Hebrew word there means “foaming at the mouth.” Hebrew words often use “word-pictures.” So “God is foaming at the mouth every day” is the picture Psalms 7:11 paints.
Now, I don’t believe God is literally foaming at the mouth. That is anthropomorphic. But the literal meaning of this passage is that God is angry. Foaming at the mouth is the anthropomorphic language but His anger is the literal meaning.
To say “God doesn’t ever get angry because that would be a change of emotions. All descriptions of God being angry are just anthropomorphic” completely dismisses these passages as meaningless.
The while point of anthropomorphisms isn’t so that you can outright dismiss passages, but so that you can understand their literal meaning. It is a communication technique that is supposed to help you understand some literal truth about God.
Anytime a Calvinist uses the word “anthropomorphic” to completely dismiss and reject a description of God outright, they are abusing this literary technique and are completely missing the whole point.
If God being grieved, provoked to wrath, provoked to jealousy, or repenting are all just anthropomorphic (technically anthropapathic), then what is the literal meaning these passages are trying to communicate?
Calvinists claim that “anthropomorphic” is part of their hermeneutic, but in fact they use it to avoid proper hermeneutics and exegesis on certain passages all together.
It is just a big cop out for them, which they think gives them an out from dealing with a text that troubles their preconceived theology.
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Penal Substitution – An Essential Doctrine? Jesse Morrell

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Is the Penal Substitution Theory of the Atonement an Essential Doctrine, like Calvinists claim?

Augustine did not believe in Penal Substitution, because that theory didn’t exist yet, and yet Calvinists never call Augustine a heretic. They only pull the heresy card out when it is convenient but they are inconsistent. Jonathon Edwards Jr taught Governmental theory, but again, they don’t call him a heretic because he still identified as a Calvinist.

I reject Penal Substitution because the penalty of the law is eternal hell and Jesus didn’t suffer that. His atonement is a substitute for penalty, not a substitute in penalty.

Also, it destroys evangelism. If those Jesus died for cannot be justly punished, everyone Jesus died for is already saved because they are in no threat of danger – no threat of punishment. In other words, if Penal Substitution is true, everyone Jesus died for is already safe, and therefore there is no need of evangelism. As a street preacher, who sees the world Jesus died for as going to hell, this would be inconsistent. Getting saved implies there is a real threat of danger.

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The Foolishness of R. C. Sproul’s “Rogue Molecule” | Making God less than a Man

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“If there is one single molecule in this universe running around loose, totally free of God’s sovereignty, then we have no guarantee that a single promise of God will ever be fulfilled.”

― R.C. Sproul, Chosen By God: Know God’s Perfect Plan for His Glory and His Children

One rogue molecule could undo all of God’s plans and purposes? God cannot accomplish anything if He grants free will to anyone or anything?

What R. C. Sproul is saying is that God must control everything if He is going to accomplish anything.

This is utter is nonsense.

We ourselves don’t control everything and yet we make future plans and bring them to pass all the time.

Ever promise your kids to bring them to an amusement park and then make it happen?

We also do things all the time, that involves the free will choices of others, without controlling their wills.

Every Seminary in the country promises classes to students without controlling the will’s of their Professors.

To say that God cannot accomplish anything without controlling everything is to say that God cannot do what mere men do all the time.

Calvinists make God less than a man.

It is a weak and impotent god who cannot grant free will to his creatures and still accomplish his purposes and plans.

“I call heaven and earth to record this day against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both thou and thy seed may live” Deuteronomy 30:19

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Jesus was an Open Theist by Jesse Morrell



Jesus taught Open Theism (changeable future) when he said:

1. He could pray for twelve legions of angels to deliver him from the cross (Matt. 26:53),

2. That the times of tribulation were shortened for the sake of the elect (Matt. 24:22),

3. Pray that your flight not be in winter (Matt. 24:20).

Countless other examples can be shown also of the future being changed, like:

God not making a nation out of Moses (Exodus 32),

God not destroying Nineveh in forty days (Jonah 3),

God adding fifteen years to Hezekiah’s life (Isaiah 38),

Abraham negotiating with God over Sodom and Gomorrah (Genesis 18),

God looking for an intercessor to stand in the gap so that He wouldn’t destroy them (Ezekiel 22).

The list can go on and on as Open Theism is taught from Genesis to Revelation in the Bible.

The biblical truth of open theism is simply this: God is Sovereign and can change the future. Just read Jeremiah 18.

The future is not fixed from eternity. God is the potter. We are the clay. The future is not cement. It is clay in God’s hands.


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Rebuking Heretic Pastor of Gnostic Cult Emilio Ramos | Reformed Calvinist Exposed | Jesse Morrell Refutes Heresy


Rebuking Heretic Pastor of Gnostic Cult Emilio Ramos | Reformed Calvinist Exposed

Gnostic Cult Leader Emilio Ramos, Heretic Pastor of Heritage Grace Community Church in Frisco Texas, tries to “confront” Christian street preacher Jesse Morrell for Free Will Theology.

Emilio epically fails, humiliating himself and exposing his false Calvinist doctrine.

This encounter occurred at the University of North Texas during The National Street Preachers Conference.

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Location & Schedule for The 2019 National Street Preachers Conference


The 2019 National Street Preachers Conference is just around the corner!

DATES: April 11-13th!

PRICE: This conference is FREE to attend. 

Donations are appreciated. 

LOCATION: 4600 Wheeler St Fort Worth Tx




THURSDAY April 11th:

Morning Session at the church from 8:00am – 10:00am.
Outreach to the University of North Texas from 11:30am – 4:00pm. (W Highland St)
Evening session at the church from 6:00pm – 10:00pm

FRIDAY April 12th:

Morning Session at the church from 8:00am – 10:00am.
Outreach to the University of North Texas from 11:30am – 4:00pm. (W Highland St)
Evening session at the church from 6:00pm – 10:00pm
Night Outreach at Sundance Square Fort Worth 10:00pm – 12:00am.

SATURDAY April 13th:

Morning Session at the church from 8:00 am to 12:00pm
Afternoon Outreach at the Grassy Knoll in Dallas (where JFK was assassinated) from 12:30 pm – 4:00 pm.
Evening session at the church from 6:00pm – 10:00pm
Night Outreach at Sundance Square Fort Worth 10:00pm – 12:00am.


“The conference was very fruitful in that several students/truth seekers connected with me via fb afterwards. Righteous seeds were sewn and I believe with all my heart the Lords word will not return void. His works are being perfected in the Saints and I look forward to learning how to be a better light, a better witness, and more faithful in the area of OA Evangelism, the least supported and most needed area of ministry. Thank you for hosting this event in honor of our risen Saviour! I look forward to serving next year.”

~ Kristi (Wylie, Tx.)

“The conference had brought men and women across the country to hear from both recent to seasoned open air preachers. We were edified in hearing from God’s heart what we as street preachers needed to hear as well as things we didn’t think to hear. But we were not left hearers only, no, we were able to put into practice what we did hear and preach and see the work of God move on college students and strangers alike. Praise God I’m looking forward to next year to see the working of God move again.”

~ Sebastian (Tyler, Tx)

“All I can say is that this conference was excellent! Bible centered teaching, preaching, and exhortation. Daytime/nighttime outreaches were well planned and timed. Fellowship with like minded brethren was greatly edifying. Looking forward to next year!”

~ Zachary (Ashland Ky)

“Wonderful conference, we only stayed for 1 full day, but just that day was worth the drive, the hotel, etc!!! Jesse, thank you for allowing me and my friends to not only join you in preaching, but allowing us to be an influence/speak at such a wonderful conference. Grateful for everyone we got to meet and talk to, looking forward to next year!”

~ Jonathan (College Station, Tx)

“The conference was a great opportunity to meet up with other like-minded brothers and sisters in Christ and to learn how to deal with police, hecklers, lukewarm Christians and more. Kyle gave a great talk on the importance of building disciples to carry on the message and to grow the kingdom. The time of fellowship was just the charge my batteries needed to help me be even bolder when I return home to preach. Thank you to all who put the event together, and to all the great people I got to meet.”

~ Buddy (North Carolina)

” I am new in the street preaching community and this conference to me was great. To be around people who have been open air preaching for many years and being able to learn from them and get to know their heart was both a blessing and edifying. So I would say even if your just getting started this conference was a great way to learn from others without having to go through what they did. From handling police to the lukewarm and learning that evangelism and discipleship should go hand in hand gave a solid foundation to start making Christ known in the open air. And also getting firsthand experience with outreaches and solid biblical teachings. True blessing looking forward to next year.”

~ Caleb (North Carolina)

“It was great to meet new open air preachers who are truly saved and love the Lord Jesus Christ and want to serve Him in the beauty of holiness. It was refreshing to be with brethren of like precious faith. Where no pretense was needed.”

~ Jim (Oklahoma)

“Being with men and women who are the on the front lines of the evangelistic front is alway encouraging. I came to the National Street Preaching Conference To learn from there experience and wisdom and heart for the lost. Received a fresh powerful burden of the Lord over the sins of the world seeing the hate in the huge crowd towards Jesus and his word. Praying that men and women will answer the call of Jesus Christ to Preach the Gospel in America and beyond. Come join the National Street Preaching Movement and take our cities back for God.”

~ Kyle (San Antonio, Tx)

“The National Street Preachers Conference was a great opportunity to be poured into and then have a chance to pour out again. Many conferences you attend are set up for you to sit back and learn but this one is set up to put into practice what it is you have just learned right away. This is a meeting filled with doers and not just hearers. It blessed me to see these Saints join together to reach the lost and to equip and counsel each other in wisdom and love. The guest speakers were excellent and the gospel preachers inspiring. Looking forward to next year when I can bring a group I am raising up from my church so they can experience the blessing I did. To God be the glory!”

~ Roger (Nacogdoches, Tx)

“It was an honor to be part of the first national street preachers conference. The Lord used the men in this conference to reawaken in me a burden for proclamation. As a young preacher the wisdom I can glean from these men is priceless. I’m taking back the things I learned into the church to raise up more preachers and to bring more people to the conference next year! Everyone with a desire for more of God should be at this conference.”

~ José (San Antonio, Tx)






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How Water & Fasting Healed my Chronic Fatigue

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Chronic Fatigue Healed By Water and Fasting

I realized that I battled with “chronic fatigue” for many years because of “chronic dehydration” and not enough fasting time for the body to heal. (The body heals during times of fasting).

I cannot tell you how happy I am to have found the “intermittent fasting diet,” / “one-meal a day diet.”

I have an eating window roughly between 5-8pm, where I get all my calories. Usually just one meal around 5 or 6 – enough calories to maintain my proper weight. (I used to be slightly overweight before I started this new diet. I quickly lost the 10 pounds I needed to lose.)

I’ve been disciplined in this new lifestyle for maybe over a month now and I have never felt healthier and better. I literally felt sickly before because I was so lethargic, simply because I wasn’t giving my body the long enough fasting time it needed and enough water to make the energy I needed.

Whereas before I always felt like I needed a nap, now I have energy all day long.

Whereas before I was always looking at energy drinks or coffee to get through the day, now water is my energy drink. I realized that I just wasn’t drinking enough water for my cells to properly function!

Whereas before my body always wanted to sleep in and sleep long and I’d still wake up feeling tired, now I can sleep 4.5 – 6.5 hours and wake up totally refreshed and ready to go.

I used to go on periodic 3 day fasts to temporarily heal my chronic fatigue, but it always came back eventually, now I have a lifestyle of lots of water and lots of fasting time and this is a much easier lifestyle with much better results.

It felt before like I was sleeping my life away, because I could easily go to bed at 8pm and wake up at 8am, and still feel tired all day long – never really feeling fully awake.

I am so excited now because my days are long again and I have energy to get things done. I can be so much more productive now for the Lord!

I remember hearing Ravenhill preach on how John Wesley was disciplined with his wallet, disciplined with his hours, and disciplined with his eating. That’s good discipleship!


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