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The Gospel of the Kingdom: Revealing the Heart of God Paperback – September 14, 2012
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About the Author
Eng Hoe is married with 3 grown up children. He was a Barrister at Law, from Lincoln's Inn, London. After 10 years of legal practice in Malaysia he pioneered a crisis relief ministry, training and leading teams from Malaysia, Singapore and other nations to crisis situations in many nations including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Honduras, Turkey, India, Indonesia, Burma, Cambodia, etc.
Eng Hoe now travels widely teaching on the Kingdom, and giving training in leadership, crisis response and community transformation to those who work among the poor. He is currently an associate of Partners International and an associate of Starfish International Partnerships.
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This is a book that can transform your life and lead you to transform the life of others around you.
I like the conclusion. Yes, like the woman with the 'perfume box', we should love Jesus 'like crazy' and that is the basis for our love for people,
especially the poor and needy. As you say, "the heart of the gospel is love".
Chapter 9, I concur with you that "good work is not a strategy for evangelism"; love, good works, and message are necessary.
I believe that people should experience the 'goodness of God' through us.
Your book reminds me of :
1. William Booth who founded Salvation Army in 1852. He worked the streets of London to preach the gospel to the poor,
the homeless, the hungry and the destitute. He abandoned the conventional church and pulpit, instead taking the message
to the people. One of Salvation Army's motto: 'Heart for God, Hands for people'
2. Bob Pierce who founded World Vision in 1953, was moved by the needs of orphans in the Korean War.
"Let my heart be broken by the things that break the heart of God"
His mission: To follow Jesus Christ in working with poor and oppressed, to promote human transformation, seek justice,
and to bear witness to the good news of the Kingdom of God.
Every truly born-again Christian would naturally embrace this book.
With you-for Him,
Dr Philip Cheong
walking in God's ways. It wakes you up to the reality of what it
is to be a disciple of Jesus. To me it brought new light into
what Jesus meant when he talked of the poor in the Gospels and
what a disciple's attitude to wealth should be. It has a quick and easy to
read narrative style. Right through it, Eng Hoe shares his experiences
as a relief worker and it is sure to touch the reader's heart !