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KNOWING GOD

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Mankind has many conflicting ideas about what God is really like. God created the whole material universe by His Word, and then the Word of God emptied Himself to become a speck in a tiny part of it. Why? To show people exactly what God would be like if He lived in a limited human body like our own. This also allowed Him to become a perfect Example of how we should live on earth and to pay a just price for the sins of mankind, His creation. This book provides a foundation for understanding the character and nature of God, showing how God's provision in Jesus is very different from what any religion provides. This difference is vital for preparing us for all eternity. God's way to save us through Jesus helps us to grow in true love and cuts through a deadly self-righteousness that, if God allowed it, would even lower the quality of heaven. This book was first written for people in southern Sudan, but can help people anywhere who want to find meaning and purpose for their lives on earth.
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Product Details

Edition
13th Edition
Publisher
James Tarter
Published
June 12, 2017
Language
English
Pages
58
File Format
PDF
File Size
980.27 KB
Product ID
23220824

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