Rev. Henry A. Idonije Releases 'Is Jesus Christ God?'
John 3:16 says that, "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life," making a sacred promise of salvation that lies through Jesus Christ. Today, two thousand years after Christ's death, there are still billions who do not know Christ or believe that He was the one who was sent to take away the sins of the world and deliver mankind from the wrath of God through His death. This is why Rev. Henry A. Idonije is on a mission to spread the Good News to readers everywhere with his new book, "Is Jesus Christ God?"
God is the Creator of the world through Christ, and knowing Him is to possess the working knowledge of the Father, His Christ and by His Spirit. Knowing and believing that Jesus Christ is God is very vital and crucial to existence. Everyone must meet Christ as a Savior or as a judge. This is what Rev. Idonije seeks to impart to his readers through the pages of his book, the true nature of Christ as God, which they must know not only in their minds, but also in their hearts, in the very marrow of their bones, in the very fiber of their beings. This is the most important lesson anyone can learn in his or her life, in a way it is the only lesson in existence, the one true way to Salvation that can only be found by living a true Christian life.
"Is Jesus Christ God?" will appeal to readers because it answers the question of their beings, for to acknowledge Him is to acknowledge God, and through this, readers will be prepared to meet Him when they take their exit from this life. They must know that they are connected with God through Christ, and it is a must, if they want to have a relationship with God.
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IS JESUS CHRIST GOD? * by Rev. Henry A. Idonije
God, the Father, Called Him God. What Other Testimony or Witness Do We Need to See Him as God?
Publication Date: November 27, 2013
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