Jesus: He Who Is, Who was, and Who is to Come
“Jesus: He Who Is, Who Was, and Who Is to Come” involves examining past and present evidence of the validity and reliability of scripture historically, archaeologically, and through modern research. Furthermore, the book provides scriptural proof and examples of the power and providence of God’s plan for the future. The text details:
- Escaping the corruption that is in the world through lust
- Christians making their calling and election sure so they will never fall
- God’s promise for His children to be presented blameless before His presence with exceeding joy
The scriptural empowering and building up of our most holy faith will ignite ambassadorship which calls others today to be reconciled to God through Jesus Christ the Son of God.
John comes from a large family and a wonderful Christian community. He became born again at age seven after accepting the good news of Jesus, the son of God, and His love, life, and resurrection. John is thankful to the Lord for blessing him with a wonderful wife, Del, and son Matthew. He has enjoyed teaching Bible history for so many years and is marveling at the transforming power of the Holy Scriptures.
It is a concise book that uses bible history to provide the plan of salvation by showing God’s divinity, our need for God, the coming of the end days, and what happens to those in the Church who compromise on what the Word of God says. ─ Freda Kramer
Very informative as to Christian teachings and Christian beliefs. Very informative as to living a Christian life. ─Tom Kearney
I would highly recommend this book. In a world of iniquity, Christians need to make a stand, and that is what this book does.
For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places (Ephesians 6:12). ─Keenan Burns
The introduction has captured my attention and I believe the book is evoking us as Christians to take a deeper look…encouraging us to take a stand for God. The way it connects biblical history with the current events of today is wonderful and encouraging.
This book connects the truth and facts from our history to our current situation and encourages fellow Christians to stand up for our Lord and Savior – our God is a loving and
forgiving God, but He also holds us accountable as our Father and His children whom He sacrificed and lovingly gave His life for that we might know/have eternal life.
In Christian Love, ─Ms. Vivian Starling
This is a good read, would help the saved and unsaved. Many are falling away for lack of Godly wisdom, turning a blind eye to all the evil before us each day. We need to have hope in Jesus Christ. ─Charles Spradley
It was my privilege to read this book, which was clearly inspired by the Holy Spirit and evident in the words that were written on each page. You can feel his desire to tell the gospel story; explaining that we were born into sinful nature and saved by the grace of God through Jesus’s sacrificial offering of himself to become sin, he who had no sin, to save and redeem mankind, who was created in God’s image.
The book did a great job of comparing events of old to modern-day times, showing how God never changes, and HE is the only constant in this world. We are truly living in a time that reflects the Babylonian era, which God wiped out once already because of the arrogant sin of humans and idol worship.
The book is packed full of scripture and truths, backed up by the authenticity of the Bible, God’s Holy and Divine Word.
The research and the analogies that are in each chapter lay out God’s character and the gospel of Jesus Christ. I love the story about grandpa and his life-long experiences here on earth. He told many stories about traditions of his day and all the advances in technology over the past 100 years, which seems unreal when you consider it’s divided by only one generation.
This shows how important eyewitnesses are to our future because if these stories (real-life events) are not documented and retold, the generations to come will never know the whole picture; like the example of the cousin, who had never heard of cars without electric windows or the fact that Bibles were used as legal documents to prove births before there
were birth certificates.
The book emphasized the true nature of sin, in that sin is rooted in pride and envy. “For instance, the bible teaches man looks at the outward appearance, but God looks at the heart.” He lays out how Satan was at one time a high-standing angel of God but pride led him astray, wanting others to worship him over God.
Therefore, he became a fallen angel and was cast out of God’s presence, with those that he recruited to follow him. Then Satan deceived Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden, which was the fall of man and sin entered into the world. God gave Adam and Eve free will and everything they could possibly need… but they wanted the one thing God warned them not to touch. – Doris Redish