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Don't Delay Your Increase (Urban Christian) Mass Market Paperback – December 1, 2009
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From the Author
Most Christians do not know how to look for the Jewish texts and teachings, which in my opinion has kept us from knowledge that we can only benefit from. To us, through adoption, Christ has freely given us the right to know these truths . We are apart of the family of God, heirs and joint heirs with the Father through Jesus Christ our Lord. It's only up to us to ask and to possess the knowlege which is rightfully ours. I hope that this book will help stir up the desire to dig a little deeper and to embrace our Jewish brothers and sisters. Allowing them to deposit their wealth of information about God and His laws into our spirit. Also, tearing down the religious barriers that have kept us from fellowship, and giving us the opportunity to introduce the Saviour Jesus Christ who has made us sons and daughters of God.
About the Author
Currently she is working on her third book, Only Birds Fly South, the sequel to A Voice Behind Thunder which is due to be published in 2011.
Top Customer Reviews
Author Valerie Dodson lays out for us in easy to understand examples how we can get more out of life, and how we can make sure we are investing in what is really worthwhile. She also shares personal experiences that we can all relate to in order to show that none of us are immune from the problems in the world---but we all have access to what it takes to make it all better.
DON'T DELAY YOUR INCREASE will inspire you at a time when Good News is hard to come by but couldn't be needed more.