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It is part of our nature to search for the very meaning of our lives under the guidance of God. An enduring lecture about Christian living is all set to begin with the release of Lord, What Would You Have Me To Do In My Life?, a new book authored by David A. Zaukelies.
Lord, What Would You Have Me To Do In My Life? is a spiritual guide that presents to readers the practical way of living for God’s people. It describes what God wants of his people and gives the reasons why. It addresses its topics in a logical way, trying not to overlook anything pertaining to the main subject. Bible verses are all taken from the K.J.V. (King James Version) with the exception of a few words taken from other versions that are seemingly somewhat different in meaning. In the first three chapters, readers will find Bible quotations that seem to contradict one another. They present Christ giving salvation, then the dire result of not obeying the commandments, and then the solution of the seeming contradictions. Chapter four explains what God expects of believers, the saved ones. As the book moves on, further explanations about God’s love and plans for humanity will be laid out in deep detail.
Specially written for the reference of Christian teachers, preachers and bible scholars, Lord, What Would You Have Me To Do In My Life? is a genuine attempt to bring to one’s attention, most of all, to scriptures containing the word “love” in the New Testament. To order a copy of this book, please visit your local bookstore or call Xlibris at 1-888-795-4274 today.
About the Author
David A. Zaukelies was born in Detroit, MI, in May 1925. He attended undergraduate studies at Michigan State College and earned a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from Northwestern University. He began writing Lord, What Would You Have Me To Do In My Life? to address the lack of emphasis on Godly love in church teachings.
Lord, What Would You Have Me To Do * by David A. Zaukelies
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Publication Date: July 15, 2008
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 305 pages; 978-1-4257-5860-8
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 305 pages; 978-1-4257-5862-2
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