Just Knowing Jesus: A Divine Love Story

Xlibris Corporation, 1 jan. 2005 - 405 pagina's
"This is a true to life story. I consider it a must reading for Moms, Dads, Youth and all persons involved with outreach on behalf of all young people. "From the pen of one who has been there, who was brought from death to life, it is a powerful message indeed, a must reading for those who are called to reap the harvest of God. "Indeed as it is written, ´God is not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance. Bishop Monroe R. Saunders, Sr. United Church of Jesus Christ (Apostolic) Baltimore, Maryland. "Just Knowing Jesus-A Divine Love Story make you want to shout for joy. It reminds you that nothing is impossible with God. It is an invitation for all of us to be used by Jesus Christ to advance his kingdom. "I highly recommend that this book be read by all." Bishop Howard Bush Pastor, Worldwide Evangelist, Radio Minister, Overseer, and former New York City school teacher. This is a book of faith and how a man down on his luck finds Jesus Christ, as his only solution to his problems. Eventhough he had grown up in a Christian Family, who were deeply involved in a Pentecostal Church, he himself did not know that he needed to have a personal and intimate relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. It is clear that the end of all of life´s problems is this same Jesus that he should have known. These are just two of the people who I have shared the events of my book with and they were willing to say what they felt about this story. They state that it is a book that people should read, and that it will encourage and lift you from whatever state that you find yourself in. Has it ever happened to you that your attempt to do the right thing and it results in you being arrested and charged with the crime that you tried to prevent? This is what has occurred to the main character in this book. He went into a store in answer to a passionate plea for help. This found him on the wrong side of the law, making him feel that no amount of good could make up for the injustice that was about to befall him. The act of being a good samaratian only causes him to be charged with a crime that he had nothing to do with. His very presence at the scene was only to provide aid to the person who was in trouble. Yet he is arrested, tried, convicted, and ultimately sent to the worse maximum security prison that the state has to offer. Is this the proper reward for doing good and helping some one in trouble? Now he begins to wonder if his faith in God is worth the anquish that he is suffering. He becomes so discouraged that he feels if his experience with God was if it was just a flash in the pan. Maybe just some fashionable thing. Was this his misplaced dedication to God? But no matter what was happening, his faith won out in the end and he realizes that: "All things work together for good to them that love God," as Romans 8:28 so aptly states. Only because of the Word of God is expressed in statements like this one along with other similar scriptures that he is able to endure behind those grey walls of the prison. The sequel to this book is presently in the works, "Sufferings, No Stranger," and its sequel, "The Joy Beyond The Pain" is also in the works. It appears that there is a wealth of charaters and story lines that are vivid in my imagination.

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