Translated!: Don't dare read this book if you don't want to be saved!

Translated!: Don't dare read this book if you don't want to be saved!

by Sunny Eronmose Isuekebhor


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Translated!: Don't dare read this book if you don't want to be saved! by Sunny Eronmose Isuekebhor

Salvation,the chief subject of the Christian faith, is an inexplicably neglected subject in the subjects and contents of today's Christian literature - consequently,there is so little understanding about this foundation;many church people don't know how to explain the new birth and an astonishing number of people in churches are not born again. Now it seems good to the Holy Spirit and to us to write a timeless classic on this foundational area. Translated is perhaps the most unique book so far written on salvation and fills a gaping void.
Translated reads like a terrific novel of distinct and yet uniquely connected stories; it provides answers to many questions that have begged answers for generations!
How do the Words of Jesus connect with the happenings and news headlines in our world today?
Did Jesus address homosexuality, terrorism, wars and global warming?
Why did Jesus use the expression 'Ye must be born again'?
Considering how important it is to be born again why did Jesus only use that expression when talking to Nicodemus?
Why did Jesus never use the words 'Born again' after the night meeting with Nicodemus?
If to be born again is the most important ingredient of the Christian faith and if the New Testament is a continuation of the old, why was the expression 'born again' never used in the Old Testament?
How does the story of Zacheus in Luke exemplify translation?
What did Jesus want us to learn by giving salvation to the thief on the cross just before He gave up the ghost?
What connects the story of the woman of Samaria at the well with that of Zachues and the thief on the cross?
Have you ever wondered how some of the key leaders in the body of Christ all over the world got saved?
Why is it so important for people to make an open confession of their faith before they can be saved?
How do natural things help us understand the power of translation?
Why did Jesus use the word Kingdom more than 100 times in the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke & John?
What is the difference between the power of darkness and the kingdom of God?
How can believers in Jesus discover their calling?
Why do some preachers make little or no emphasis on translation (salvation) and the kingdom of God?
How can I spot a false preacher or ministry?
Why should I believe in Jesus?
Why is salvation so scarce among celebrities?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781490462547
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/01/2013
Pages: 98
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.20(d)

About the Author

When one man is married to an extremely beautiful who gives birth to three gorgeous boys - those three lovely being full of house-shaking children plays; and when they all call the city which houses the funniest people in the most populous, most energetic nation in Africa, home; and when that family calls Jesus King, literally lifting up their glasses to say, 'To the King' before every meal; and then the head of such an unusual home puts pen to paper to generate a graceful gospel masterpiece, even you will sure like to read it!
Sunny Eronmose Isuekebhor is the founder of AiCS, an evangelical ministries based in Nigeria. Born to Maurice and Comfort Isuekebhor in Warri, Nigeria, over four decades ago; Eronmose is a project management expert who holds a Masters degree in Project Management from the University of Liverpool, United Kingdom; and a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the University of Benin, Nigeria. Nevertheless this author considers his credentials in Soul Winning & Evangelism from the Reinhard Bonnke School of Fire as his most important qualification.
Called to preach Salvation to the world and Discipleship and the Ministry of the Word to the Church; Sunny lives in Warri, Nigeria, with his University Sweetheart, best friend and wife of 9 years, Faith, a Barrister at Law; and their three terrific sons, Jeremy, Clarence and Kenaniah, in that order. Sunny Eronmose Isuekebhor, hosts a television program, R, which airs every Saturday morning on Kingdom Africa on the DSTV platform. A modern model for effectively combining ministry with a professional career just as the Apostle Paul combined world evangelism with tent-making; Sunny is an active project management practitioner and spends his leisure time chatting with his wife and kids and watching football or soccer.

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