Salvation to the Uttermost

CODE: 1-59665-703-0


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Please NOTE: This is NOT the physical BOOK.  This is an ELECTRONIC version of the book and must be viewed on an electronic device; i.e. Ipad, Iphone, Android, Kindle, etc.

Book Description

The covenant given at Mt Sinai symbolized an unattainable religion. The very mountain was covered in clouds, the mediator of this covenant was veiled, and the people could not enter into the holy tabernacle. In fact, at the inauguration of this covenant 3,000 people died.

However, the New Covenant symbolizes attainable religion. When this covenant was inaugurated, 3,000 people lived. The veil has been rent and our Mediator is always there for us! In this book Rev. Caram shows how the whole purpose of this covenant is to bring us to a place of true communion where His law is written in our hearts and we can experience the Lord saying “I will be their God and they will be My people.”



Rev. Daniel Caram is a part of the faculty of Zion Ministerial Institute in Waverly, New York. He has also traveled to numerous countries, teaching in Bible schools and seminars and has also authored seven other books, some of which are used in the curriculum of Zion Christian University.

Rev. Caram and his wife Jane reside in Erie, Pennsylvania where they have pastored the Church of Mt Zion for over thirty years. Rev. Caram earned his Bachelor in Theology from Vision Christian Bible School and Seminary and his Master of Theological Studies from Zion Christian University.

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