How to Be a Child of God

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How to be a Child of God provides a pathway and guide to peace with God as well as a means of understanding the salvation experience.
When we trust Jesus Christ as Lord, God, Savior and Life, we are also asking Him to take over our will and our lives. In fact He becomes our life. We are transformed; sometimes quickly, sometimes slowly, but change always comes. The very Spirit of God comes to live in us and makes us whole, alive and complete. ...

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Overview

How to be a Child of God provides a pathway and guide to peace with God as well as a means of understanding the salvation experience.
When we trust Jesus Christ as Lord, God, Savior and Life, we are also asking Him to take over our will and our lives. In fact He becomes our life. We are transformed; sometimes quickly, sometimes slowly, but change always comes. The very Spirit of God comes to live in us and makes us whole, alive and complete. Life will never be the same when we believe and give our hearts to God.
Experience these simple truths and learn how trust and faith in God can lead to a fulfilled, abundant, and victorious life.
How to be a Child of God is filled with words of motivation and images that allow believers, non- believers, and even children the ability to read independently or in a Bible study atmosphere. The text also includes 223 full-text Bible verses and serves as a 30-day devotional and meditation guide, using illustrations and Bible verses.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780692017494
  • Publisher: David Howell
  • Publication date: 5/28/2012
  • Pages: 44
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.11 (d)

Meet the Author

David Howell is a born again child of God. His book reflects the essence of the experience, strength and hope that was given to him by Jesus Christ after many years of living a life of self- centeredness and self-absorption. Through the illustrations, verses and text, Howell shows how trust and understanding of Jesus Christ and the salvation experience can lead to victorious, abundant living and peace with God on this earth.

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  • Posted August 11, 2012

    David Howell's book, "How To Be A Child of God", is a

    David Howell's book, "How To Be A Child of God", is a comic book style short book all about salvation. This book is very short - only 37 pages, and has a small amount of actual reading to it. The majority of the pages are filled with vivid illustrations. This book reminds me of the religious tracts that my grandmother used to leave on the table at restaurants, only more appealing. The book mainly focuses on the salvation granted to us from God, but also gives a short crash course in Christianity, and how to live as a child of God. I liked the colorful illustrations, which really helped tie it all together, and make it have more of a comic book feel - I think this would especially appeal to middle school and high school children who may be considering becoming Christians. I think this would also be a great way to introduce someone to Christianity, without overwhelming them with principles, and ideals. I would highly recommend this book - I thought it was great!

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  • Posted August 30, 2012

    How to Be a Child of God makes a great introduction to the Chris

    How to Be a Child of God makes a great introduction to the Christian faith and the Bible verses are very helpful for further study. The highly illustrated format will make this book especially appealing to younger people and to those who don't do a lot of heavy reading.

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