Books by Street Preacher Jesse Morrell


FrontCoverAmazon “Cleansing the Temple” was written by a young fiery street preacher. Jesse Morrell was only eighteen years old in 2003, preaching in the streets of New England, when he began to write the contents of this book. It is not your typical Christian book. It is a compilation of very passionate articles calling the church of believers to uncompromising holy service to God. This book is primarily about purity, prayer, and preaching. The hope is that this book will cleanse modern Christianity to be the bride that Christ wants her to be.

“It is my prayer and belief this book will be used by God to purify and perfect His church to do the work of the ministry and raise up laborers for the harvest.  It is packed with scripture, anecdotes, historical nuggets, personal examples and testimonies.  It is not necessarily a devotional book but it will challenge you to seek the Lord.  It is not necessarily a book on doctrine but it is full of sound doctrine and will make you want to read your Bible.  It is not necessarily an open air training manual but will prepare you for open air ministry.” ~ Micah Armstrong,  2016

390 pages


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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/Calvinist 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. One Bible teacher called this book “the most comprehensive exposition on man’s natural ability in print.”

690 pages


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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.

211 pages


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“The Emotions of God: How Man Can Bless or Hurt Godby 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.
212 pages
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“How to Refute Atheism & Evolution” by Jesse Morrell  is an excellent Christian apologetic book. Some Christians may be intimidated by the topics of atheism and evolution but with a little bit of study these topics can actually become the easiest to refute! Every Christian can and should learn Christian Apologetics. We are told in the Bible to always be ready to give a defense (apologia) for the hope that is within us.
78 pages
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