The Word Made Flesh

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"Mankind continuously seeks knowledge to fulfill the desire within one's self to identify with a purposeful meaning for life sought through religion, philosophy, or humanistic ideology that may appeal to the intellectual rationalization of the human mind... The search for truth is the beginning of an awakening within ourselves, but not of ourselves, for our Divine Creator has placed within us a desire and a need to seek for him."

Can you imagine the creator of all things demonstrating a sacrificial act of love to...

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Overview

"Mankind continuously seeks knowledge to fulfill the desire within one's self to identify with a purposeful meaning for life sought through religion, philosophy, or humanistic ideology that may appeal to the intellectual rationalization of the human mind... The search for truth is the beginning of an awakening within ourselves, but not of ourselves, for our Divine Creator has placed within us a desire and a need to seek for him."

Can you imagine the creator of all things demonstrating a sacrificial act of love to redeem a creation that has fallen from his dominion? In The Word Made Flesh, God has infiltrated the race of fallen humanity to bring the gift of eternal life, and the epic battle of good versus evil settles the conflict between Almighty God and Satan for dominion over the earth. The Law was fulfilled in the death of the Son of God to pay the penalty for the sin of the world, and the prince of this world lost his dominion over death by the resurrection of Christ from the grave.

God has a peculiar love for his creation, and he sent his beloved Son to redeem the world by the shedding his own blood. After reading The Word Made Flesh, you will have an acute appreciation of God's forbearance in dealing with mankind to lead them to repentance and receive the gift of eternal life.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781622953448
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.
  • Publication date: 4/16/2013
  • Pages: 196
  • Product dimensions: 5.20 (w) x 8.10 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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