In Jesus Christ: The Trinitarian, author Nannette R. Heath offers a deeply spiritual, reverential book that celebrates Jesus in his totality, a self-made man who came from God, the father. Citing Bible verses and including Heath's own personal observations, it defines Jesus Christ of Revelation. It shows him as the Locus whose name is Logos, the word who became Jesus.
Containing important Christian messages, Jesus Christ: The Trinitarian entails the depth of Jesus' spiritual roots. It journeys into the mind of God where neither time nor days exists, walking the physical and spiritual steps that Heath has followed. She presents evidence that brings to life and light the theory that Jesus is indeed God.
This in-depth look contributes to Christians' spiritual comprehension, opening the potential to better know God. It's not about doctrine but about brotherly love in knowing that Jesus, the word can be whom he chooses.
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About the Author
She was born in Winston Salem, North Carolina. She received her Master's Degree of Science in Human Services through Capella University. She is the daughter of Willie and Nancy Heath. She is the sister of 6 siblings. She has been spiritually taught by the best. Her first instructor is the Spirit of God. He ushered her to His House of prayer that summer's day. Her second spiritual family was The Church of God in Christ (COGIC). They taught her to be sound in faith, stay rooted and grounded in prayer and in the Word. Most of all is true to you.... Her third spiritual influence was her spiritual Mother, Mother Estella Boyd. She prophesied author's enclosed revelations. The particular two prophesies that are written in this manuscript. She told her their significance. Her fourth spiritual influence was The Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ (COOLJC). Their doctrine of Jesus gave her a preview that Jesus is God, although He is Son." A result, in COOLJC, she reached a spiritual maturity. A spiritual growth, she "had never known." This development was possible because she clings to those COGIC roots. She now experiences the sacred place Mother Boyd spoke of: "The divine place of no return." This is the spiritual traveling plateau that Isaiah (35:8) speaks of. And this innate pavilion in God also gives her great sorrow. Nevertheless, with her anointing and with her "made up mind," every day she can give radical praise and say, "Alleluia."