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Book Release Announcement Coming Soon!!

Published April 24th, 2018 by Roarkadmin

I’m am thrilled to announce that the release of my latest book is coming SOON!! Stay tuned so you can get your copy.

Synopsis

“For thousands of years, God’s people suffered and struggled. The Old Testament chronicles the tortuous fall of mankind from the breast of God down to the pits of Hell. From the day the gate to the garden closed, humanity suffered the consequences of the introduction of sin. And from that same day, God planned a grand strategy to redeem man to Himself; He would send a Christ to save them. The Old Testament explores the fall, the suffering, and the promise, including the prophecy of a Great Coming. In anticipation of this, people waited, and they watched. They longed for the savior to come and save them from oppression, pain, and suffering. Then one day, He came! Angelic visits, prophetic visions, and a baby born to a virgin, delivered the world’s long-awaited hope. The people were ready, but would they see? Would they believe?”

The gospel of Matthew was written to prove that the Messianic prophecies of the Old Testament had been fulfilled within the person of Jesus of Nazareth. This book probes Matthew’s gospel chapter by chapter and takes the reader on a contextual study of a letter dedicated to proving that Jesus Christ is the Messiah. Readers of this book will:

  • Have their faith deepened

  • Be equipped with mountains of scriptural and anecdotal evidence to defend their faith

  • See well-known stories from a new perspective

  • Understand the gospel of Matthew like never before

  • Fall more in love with Christ

“Who do you say I am?” Jesus asked the disciples in Matthew 16:15. Theologically, it is the most important question presented to mankind. How you settle that question makes all the difference in your life both here on earth and in eternity. If you have any doubts tickling your psyche or if you know someone who isn’t sure about Christ, Matthew has something to show you. 



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