A Debt I Cannot Pay is an inspiring and insightful spiritual guidebook and biblical commentary that focuses on the deep and abiding relationship God has with us, His children, and how He gave so much in His son in order for us to be with Him forever without sin and for eternity.
By highlighting the way for truth to transform our lives and restore our special relationship with the Creator, this book offers a message of genuine hope in a troubled world.
The Gospel: Love Divine presents the gospel of Christ in terms that every Christian can understand. This book explains the origin of the gospel, the content of the gospel, the purpose of the gospel, and the results of the gospel.
The origin of the gospel is with Abraham and his offspring (Jesus Christ); the content of the gospel is the Cross of Christ and His resurrection; the purpose of the gospel is joy, confidence, and faith; the result of the gospel is that we would become a new creation, redeemed and reconciled to God.
As such, this book is to equip the Christian community with the essential information for proclaiming the gospel, defending the gospel, and applying the gospel.
The Christian church will be stronger and a more effective witness when the gospel is fully understood. We need to be Christ’s witness in all the world.
Why do I need salvation? Does Hell really exist? There are so many religions which one is true? How do I know I am really saved? Who is God, Jesus, and The Holy Spirit? Is the Bible from man or God? What are Angels? What is man and his purpose? Why is there a Devil and how do I resist him? What is the Church and should I attend? How should I pray? What does obedience have to do with Christianity? Why and how should I share my faith?
This book is written so that seasoned believers can strengthen their walk and use the book to share with or teach others.
This book will help new Christians learn the major foundations of the Christian faith.
This book will help the unbeliever to understand Christianity. It will motivate and challenge the reader to make a personal rather than the consensus, decision about who Jesus Christ is.
Is God a statue, a theological concept, a creation of one’s own imagination, or a fairy godmother? God is spirit.
Jesus promised the coming of the Holy Spirit who will always be with us. The Holy Spirit is of the same substance as the Father and the Son; he is a living presence who dwells within the Christian believers, the church. It is the Holy Spirit connecting with our spirits that allows rebirth and transformation in the lives of the Christian believers.
There are study questions at the end of each chapter that will further help engage the readers to reflect on the subject matter and will also allow for good small-group discussion.