• love in his heart
• mercy in his eyes
• grace on his lips
• healing in his hands
• power in his spirit
• forgiveness in his blood
• and you on his mind!
Author Nonye Pearl Mike-Nnaji’s When Dead Men Love reveals the only unity, harmony, and oneness that aligns our lives to their greatest purposes. The author provides an insight to the joy and the incredible exploits that will come through our love of and absolute surrender to Christ. Nonye shows you a simple but powerful lifestyle that brings us to a point where we can exhale at last and embrace a profound transformation. We can really live our lives amazed and truly enchanted by the wonders that come our way each day. And we can be happy and at peace.
As the author shows, infinite possibilities that once seemed unachievable can be within our reach when we let Christ live through us. We will step into the realm of the incredible because of our love and devotion to God.
Pastor Elizabeth Washington is the pastor of the Bethel of Truth Church in Glenside, Pennsylvania. After twenty years of serving in the air force reserve, she heard the call of God for ministry. Pastor Washington’s steadfastness in serving the Lord, as well as the church and community, has helped her strive toward perfection in helping others through the gates of a Christian’s life.
From the Old Testament to the New Testament, the Bible is awash with examples of those who followed this key principle and had successful marriages (e.g. Isaac and Rebecca, Jacob and Rachel, Joseph and Mary) while other examples show what happened whenever this principle was violated (e.g. Ahab and Jezebel). Our Heavenly Father wants His sons to marry His daughters.
The creation account in Genesis 1:26 – 28 tells us that God created Adam, His own son. Later on, out of Adam, God made His daughter, Eve. Apart from creation, God’s first official role was to conduct a marriage in the Garden of Eden (Genesis 2:18 –24). That day His son Adam married His daughter, Eve. He sealed the key principle on Kingdom relationships, and in a way declared: ‘My son marries my daughter.’ That’s marriage, God’s way.
To sum up the book: God started with a wedding in the garden of Eden; He is going to finish with a wedding in the clouds (1st Thess. 4:13-18), completing the full circle of this Divine principle. His only begotten son (Jesus Christ/the Bridegroom) will marry His only daughter (the Church/the Bride). It’s official: ‘My son marries my daughter’, says God. Enjoy!